44  Tiahana Bowens
Tiahana Bowens

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Raleigh, N.C.

High School:
Southeast Raleigh

Height:
6-0

Position:
Forward


As a Freshman (2007-08): Played in 28 contests, making two starts ... Swiped two passes and scored a basket at Rice (03/01) ... Grabbed five boards against Tulane (02/07) ... Scored six points on 3-for-4 shooting at Memphis (01/12) ... Pulled down five rebounds at Marshall (01/05) ... Tallied four points and four rebounds at Virginia Tech (12/30) ... Grabbed five rebounds against Georgetown (12/29), adding three points ... Played a personal-best 21 minutes at UNC Wilmington (12/20) in her second career start ... Registered her first career start at Presbyterian (12/18), tallying five points and pulling down nine rebounds ... Was a perfect 4-for-4 from the field against No. 24 N.C. State (12/09), tallying eight points and grabbing four rebunds ... Pulled down a personal best nine rebounds against VCU (12/01) ... Dished out a personal-best three assists at Appalachian State (11/28), adding two points and three rebounds ... Swiped a personal-best two steals and an assist against UMass (11/24) ... Tallied a career-best eight points in 15 minutes of action against Winthrop (11/23) in the opening round of the Lady Pirate Invitational ... Pulled down a personal-best three rebounds and tallied two points against High Point (11/19) ... Scored first collegiate basket at Long Island (11/16), playing 12 minutes ... Played five minutes against Old Dominion (11/13) in collegiate debut.

At Southeast Raleigh High School ... As a junior, averaged 17 points, ten rebounds, two blocks, two assists and two steals per game ... The 2005-06 Greater Neuse River Conference Player of the Year led Southeast Raleigh to a 22-1 record and the NCHSAA Sectional Finals her junior season ... She also led her AAU basketball squad, Team NC, to the Junior Olympics Championships ... Ranked 30th in the nation in the wing/forward position and is the 166th best high school basketball player in the country according to The All-Star Girls Report.