Brittany Bowe claim fifth place in the 1500m event at the Winter Olympics
Bowe is the Owls 8th all-time leading scorer
Brittany Bowe will represent the USA in the 2014 Olympics
Brittany Bowe broke the world record in the 1,000 meter race
Senior (2009-2010): Started each of FAU's 29 games and averaged better than 33 minutes per contest...scored a career-high 24 points against Troy (2/20), shooting 6-of-8 from the field while making 12 free throws...shot 50% or better in ten games, tallying a field goal percentage of 40 for the season...dealt out 80 assists while swiping 48 steals...recorded eight or more assists in seven games...earned double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds against South Alabama (1/2), sparking a stretch of eight consecutive double-digit scoring outings...averaged 12.2 poinnts and 4.7 assists per game throughout the season...named FAU's Most Outstanding Female Athlete.
Junior (2008-2009): Competed in the World Championships in inline skating last September...was the only player to start every game for FAU, leading the team in scoring in conference play (12.3 points per game) and overall assists (3.7) and steals (2.1)...played 37 minutes against UCF (11/22), scored 15 points and tallied six assists in the Owls' road win over an eventual NCAA tournament team..tied her career-high in rebounds with seven against UIC (12/3)...named to the Bahamas Sunshine Shootout All-Tournament team after averaging 17 points and four assists per game in the two contests against Mercer (12/18) and East Carolina (12/20)...notched her first double-double of the year with 11 points and ten rebounds against South Alabama (1/1)...scored 21 points on eight-of-11 shooting and tallied six assists in the Owls' near victory of WKU (1/11)...notched her third career double-double with a 20-point, 13-assist performance and also nabbed a career-high seven steals against FIU (1/14)...tied her career-high with 23 points in the Owls' third consecutive win over ULM (1/21)...led all Owl scorers with 18 points in FAU's win over Louisiana-Lafayette (1/31)...pushed the Owls to a win over Denver (2/11) by leading all scorers with 17 points, five rebounds, six assists and no turnovers...was one of three FAU players in double-digits with 14 points on six-of-14 shooting in theSun Belt tournament 1st round game against New Orleans (3/4).
Sophomore (2007-2008): Started all 28 games and led the team in minutes played per game (30.9)...assumed the point guard role midway through the conference season...finished second in the league in assists (4.9 per game) during Sun Belt play...scored 18 points on seven-of-15 shooting, both career-highs at the time against Saint Bonaventure (12/2)...put up 13 points, including two free-throws, which sealed the contest late in the win over Eastern Michigan (12/6)...played well in both meetings against MTSU, scoring 15 points and a perfect four-of-four from the field in the second half against the Blue Raiders in Murfreesboro (1/10)...in the later meeting, she connected on a career-high 23 points, a season-high total for any FAU player that season and hit 15 of 20 foul shots in the Owls OT loss to Middle Tennessee at FAU Arena (2/23)...dished out a career-high 11 assists on two separate occasions last season, the first time coming against Denver (1/24), the second 11-assist game coming in the Owls first Sun Belt win of the year over Louisiana-Lafayette (2/2)...had two double-doubles on the year, the first coming against ULL in which she scored 10 points, the second in the Middle Tennessee game in which she had 10 assists along with her career-high 23 points.
Freshman (2006-2007): Averaged 5.4 points and 2.2 rebounds in 30 games, starting seven...started her first game in the opener against New Mexico (11/10)...had a season- high 18 points on 7-of-13 shooting against Arizona State (11/13) in the season opening Veterans Day Classic...tracked down a season-best seven rebounds against Alabama State (12/19) in the consolation game of the Blazer Invitational...recorded six double-digit point performances, including a 16-point effort against Arkansas State (1/31).
High School: Played for Michael Bowe, her father, at Trinity Catholic...as a senior averaged 21.9 points, 8.7 assists and 5.3 steals per game...along the way she earned 2005-2006 class 3A second-team All-State honors...was a 3A State Player-of-the-Year Runner-Up...played on the Florida North/South All-Star Team and was MVP of the Marion County versus Alachuan All-Star Game...nominated for 2005-2006 McDonald's All-American honors...in both 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 seasons she was named Third Team Class 3A All-State...three-time District Player of the Year, three-time Marion County Player of the Year...four-time Marion County first team all-area selection...holds Trinity Catholic's record with 1,869 points, 839 assists, 611 steals, 198 three-pointers...outside of basketball she has also excelled as an inline speed skater...12-time World Champion in inline speedskating...six-time Team USA World Speed skating teammember...academically, captured the 1st Merit Biology Award...was a member of the National Honor Society...earned the 2006 Trinity Catholic Female Scholar-Athlete-of-the-Year award and is a Bright Futures recipient.
Personal: Double-major in Social Science and Sociology...born Feb. 24, 1988, in Ocala, FL...daughter of Mike and Debbie Bowe...won an inline skating gold medal at the Pan-Am Games in 2007 after a dominating performance at the 2007 U.S. Championships.