The Clyde Lamb Awards are given to the top male and female scholar athletes at each of the OAC's 10 institutions.
Rohrman lettered in a pair of sports as she was a four-year member of the women's lacrosse team and two-year member of the women's soccer team. In women's lacrosse, Rohrman holds a pair of Purple Raider career records with 205 goals and 326 draw controls while she is second in points with 292. She was a three-time All-OAC first team and IWLCA All-Great Lakes selection, who was also the 2017 OAC Rookie of the Year and 2019 OAC Midfielder of the Year. She helped lead the Raiders to three OAC regular season and tournament titles along with three NCAA Championship appearances. In women's soccer, Rohrman was a two-time All-OAC selection who also earned United Soccer Coaches all-region honors in 2018.
Off the field, the three-time Academic All-OAC selection has a 3.69 grade point average as a Mechanical Engineering major.
Plant was a three-time national champion and posted six All-American performances in the hurdles for the Mount Union indoor and outdoor track and field teams. He holds OAC records in both the 60 meter indoor and 110 meter outdoor hurdle events and has seven career All-OAC finishes. He was the 2019-20 United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Great Lakes Men's Indoor Track Athlete of the Year, was ranked No. 1 in the nation in the 60 meter hurdles and prepared to defend his national title in the event when the season was stopped.
Off the track, he is a Sport Business major with a 3.33 grade point average.
Criteria for the award includes at least two years participation in an OAC-sponsored sport, senior status, a minimum grade point average of 3.00 and sportsmanlike conduct in a manner that has brought credit to the student-athlete and his or her institution.
The award was founded in 1985 and is named in honor of Clyde A. Lamb. Lamb organized the department of health and physical education at Ohio Northern University in 1929, and served as a coach, department chairman and athletics director at ONU from 1929-64. He continued to teach full-time until his death in 1969.
Lamb, who received his bachelor's degree from Coe College in 1923 and a master's degree from Columbia University in 1929, coached numerous sports at Ohio Northern during his tenure. In 1959, he was elected to the NAIA Helms Hall of Fame. He was honored as Ada's Distinguished Citizen in 1956 and was inducted into Ohio Northern's Athletic Hall of Fame in 1969.