As A Graduate (2013-14) | Game-By-Game Stats
After missing the entire 2012-13 season due to an injury, returned and appeared in all 35 games, starting 33 … she shot 86-237 in three-point field goals (35%) … her 86 three-pointers are good for fifth best in a single season in Bonaventure women’s basketball history … her strongest game came in the overtime win over UB on Dec. 12 in which she knocked down a career-high 24 points and made a career high and team season-high six three pointers … scored a career-best 331 points for the season, and finished just 22 points shy of 1,000 for her career … finished the season second-best in the A-10 to her teammate, Nyla Rueter, in three-point field goal percentage with .389 in conference games, and first in three-point field goals made with 44 (2.8 per game) in conference games.
As A Senior (2012-2013)
Sat out entire 2012-2013 season…Inactive due to an injury…will be eligible to play 2013-2014 as a Senior.
As A Junior (2011-12) | Game-By-Game Stats
7th on the school’s all-time 3-pointers made list with 146 currently … after coming off the bench the first nine games, she started the next seven, six in place of senior Megan Van Tatenhove, who was suffering from concussion-like symptoms … tied a then-career best with three assists against St. John’s Nov. 12 … went 4-for-7 from 3-point range and scored a then-season-high 15 points against Canisius Nov. 14 … grabbed a then-season-high six rebounds against Morgan State Nov. 20 … hit three 3-pointers en route to an 11-point performance opposite Buffalo Dec. 10 … made first start of the season against Niagara Dec. 16, finishing with eight points … scored a season-high 19 points behind five 3’s in a win versus Marist Dec. 18 … finished with a game-high-tying 15 points in a season-best 30 minutes at Colgate Dec. 22 … career-high four assists versus Norfolk State Dec. 30 … 13 bench points at Duquesne; first time in double-figure scoring since Dec. 22 … second double-figure scoring outing in conference play with 11 points at UMass … made a trio of 3-pointers in a 66-48 win over Xavier on Feb. 18 … recorded a season-high eight rebounds against La Salle on March 3.
As A Sophomore (2010-11) | Game-By-Game Stats
Improved from her freshman campaign to move into a starting role for most of the season, starting 25 of 26 games before coming off the bench for the final seven contests ... averaged 22.1 minutes per game … went 39.3 percent from 3-point range, good for third on the team ... averaged eight points per game ... scored 265 points after scoring 145 as a freshman ... tallied in double figures 13 times, including scoring a career-high 21 points on two separate occasions ... the first was at Buffalo (Dec. 10), and the second was at home off the bench against Charlotte (Feb. 26) to close out the regular-season conference schedule … grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds twice ... recorded her first career double-double when she netted 11 and corralled 10 boards against La Salle (Jan. 12) ... drained a career-high five 3-pointers in a game on four occasions … once she started coming off the bench, averaged 13.1 points per game the final seven contests, including a 16-point performance in the WNIT loss at Syracuse.
As A Freshman (2009-10) | Game-By-Game Stats
Provided a strong threat both in the post and from behind the 3-point line off the bench … played in all but one game, averaging 14.8 minutes per contest … finished the season averaging 4.5 points per game with a .427 field-goal percentage and a .432 mark from behind the arc to top the Atlantic 10 … was perfect from the line seven times to amass a .893 (25-28) free-throw percentage, good for second on the team … eclipsed the 20-minute mark six times, including a season-best 24 minutes at nationally ranked Virginia (Jan. 4) … finished second on the team in 3-pointers made with 32 … threw in three 3-pointers on two occasions and scored in double figures three times … showed flashes of strong rebounding ability, posting a mark of 1.7 boards per game … opened her collegiate career at Binghamton (Nov. 13), grabbing four rebounds and adding two points … was perfect against Akron (Nov. 15) in her first appearance at the Reilly Center, going 2-for-2 from beyond the arc and 2-for-2 from the charity stripe … hit a season-high 14 points against Bowling Green (Dec. 12) at home … had a season-high seven-rebound performance at Quinnipiac (Dec. 2) … shot 3-for-5 from 3-point land against IUPUI (Dec. 29) … played 21 minutes in her Atlantic 10 debut against Saint Louis (Jan. 9) … chipped in six points while going 4-for-5 from the line against the Billikens … had 10 points in the loss at Dayton (Jan. 16) going 3-for-5 from the field and 3-for-3 from the line … went 3-for-3 from long range against George Washington (Feb. 14) … helped guide the Bonnies to a second consecutive appearance in the WNIT where she was 1-4 from deep against Robert Morris (Mar. 18) and Northwestern (Mar. 22).
Finished her high school career with 2,012 points, a Crestview record for boys and girls basketball as well as Columbiana County ... pulled down 1,148 career rebounds ... a three-time Tri-County and Columbiana County first team member ... was named Division 3 District 1 Player of the Year ... MVP of All-Beach Classic ... All-High School Basketball Coaches Association Player of the Year ... notched 33 student athlete of the week honors ... named Columbiana County Player of the Year ... was on the Northeastern Inland District 3 first team for her junior and sophomore years ... earned All-Area first team and All-Area Player of the Year ... notched an All-Ohio District 1 Division 3 second team spot ... guided her team to the Inter-Tri County League regional semifinals her sophomore year ... earned All-Ohio special mention and Northeastern Ohio District first team.
Daughter of Corey and Michelle Bowker ... has three sisters, Brittany, Jessica and Sydni ... Valedictorian of her class ... also participated in volleyball ... played with AAU Sparks for seven years ... also played on the Junior Olympic Volleyball team Hollywood ... volunteered with Big Brothers, Big Sisters ... elementary education major.