Jason Bowman enters his 4th season with the Duhawks as an assistant and Head Varsity Reserve Coach.
In Bowman's first season at Loras, he helped lead them to a 4thplace finish in the IIAC and a semifinal appearance in the IIAC Tournament. They finished the season with (15-12) record.
Bowman's responsibilities with the Duhawks include recruiting, scouting, monitoring academic success, individual workouts, and contributing to offensive and defensive strategies.
"It's been a great opportunity for me to be a part of the exceptional Duhawks tradition. The coaching staff, faculty and facilities are first-class, and it continues to be a great experience for me to grow as a coach."
In 2010, Bowman founded Team Fury Basketball, a competitive Iowa AAU high school girl's basketball program. His responsibilities include coaching, budgeting, fundraising, tournament scheduling, and individual workouts. His program has made an immediate impact for young athletes in the community and surrounding tri-state area.
Bowman began his coaching career in 2007 at Hempstead High School in Dubuque, IA. He served as head freshman coach for two seasons and assistant sophomore coach for one season. His role also extended to serve as an assistant varsity coach under current Hempstead High School head coach Everette Locklear from (2007-2010). He also developed and coordinated the programs Summer Strength & Conditioning workouts during his tenure.
Bowman graduated in 2004 from Trine University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and was a four year varsity sprinter for the Thunder. He currently works as a full-time on-site contractor for John Deere Construction and Forestry Division as a Team Lead and Embedded Software Engineer.
A native of Huntington, Indiana, and graduate of Huntington North High School where he was a three-sport athlete, Bowman has been in Dubuque since 2004.
|3||Kaitlin Phillips||SO||PG||5-6||Hinckley, IL||Hinckley-Big Rock|
|10||Callie Johnson||FR||G||5-7||Geneva, IL||St. Edward|
|11||Hailey Varner||JR||G||5-7||Bloomington, IL||Normal Community|
|14||Lauren Byrne||SR||SF||5-8||DePere, WI||Green Bay Notre Dame|
|20||Alexis Hanson||FR||G||5-6||New Glarus, WI||New Glarus|
|21||Kathleen Cabrera||FR||G||5-6||Gilbert, AZ||Highland|
|22||Katie Langmeier||SR||PF||5-10||Cuba City, WI||Cuba City|
|23||Sam Rohrer||FR||G||5-10||Berwyn, IL||Providence Catholic|
|25||Katie Wheeler||SR||SF||5-9||Glenview, IL||Loyola|
|30||Emma Bradford||FR||G||5-7||Elburn, IL||Kaneland|
|32||Erin Weaver||FR||F||5-10||Tuscola, IL||Tuscola|
|33||Megan Jones||SO||SG||5-9||Colfax, IL||Ridgeview|
|34||Naomi Phillips||FR||G||5-9||Waterloo, IA||Waverly - Shell Rock|
|40||Victoria May||JR||PF||5-8||Port Byron, IL||Riverdale|
|42||Terese McMahon||FR||F||5-10||Lindenhurst, IL||Lakes|
|44||Katie Goode||SO||PF||5-11||Grimes, IA||Dallas-Center Grimes|
|50||Lori Obendorf||FR||C||6-2||Naperville, IL||Metea Valley|
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|University of Dubuque||57|
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|Central College at||63|
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|Buena Vista University||79|
|University of Chicago||73|
|(15) Wheaton College at||76|
|(6) Washington University in St. Louis||67|
|(16) Carthage College||71|
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|Concordia Illinois at||58|