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02-06-2008, 02:48 PM
Gonzaga University women’s basketball sophomore Heather Bowman has been named the West Coast Conference Player of the Month for January, WCC Commissioner Michael Gilleran announced today.
Bowman returned from missing five games due to a hand injury to lead the Zags to a perfect 7-0 record during the month of January, including a 6-0 mark to open WCC play. Bowman ranked fourth in the conference with 17.1 points per game and grabbed 6.3 rebounds per contest, while shooting an impressive 59.5 percent (47-79) from the field to lead the WCC. The sophomore was tabbed for WCC Player of the Week honors on Jan. 21 after averaging 24.5 points and shooting a blistering 76.0 percent (19-25) in wins at the University of San Diego and the University of San Francisco. Bowman finished in double-figure points in all but one contest during the month, including three 20-plus point performances.
This marks the second WCC Player of the Month accolade this season for the Spokane native, who was also tabbed for league recognition in November.
Way to go!! :clap:

Angelo Roncalli
02-06-2008, 03:28 PM
After some very inconsistent play in the pre-conference schedule--partly because of Heather's absence to injury--this team has quietly gone about its business in conference play and now leads the league, with a 2 game advantage over Santa Clara. That advantage may be increased because SCU's best player, Chandice Cronk, suffered what may be season-ending knee injury in the loss to GU on Saturday. Heather Bowman is by far the best player in the conference, and she'll have two more years at GU.

02-06-2008, 03:42 PM

02-06-2008, 11:14 PM
Awesome, Heather!!!

After watching you in the games broadcast on CSTV, I am not surprised!!

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02-07-2008, 09:31 AM
Gonzaga University announced today that the basketball court within the well known McCarthy Center has been named "Bowman Court" in honor of Heather Bowman's four years of rewriting the record book in many categories. Heather, recently drafted by the WNBA, was dressed in a suite and tie and carrying an attaché case said, "It's just business as usual!"

Heather, your fans love you! Congratulations on your wonderful skills, great sportsmanship, positive attitude and continued success. Play safe!:clap: