WHAT COACHES SAY: "He's a game-changer. Different match when he was on the field. Very technical. Very good passer. Never gives the ball away. Good athlete ... Midfielder who sat in. He's a holding mid. Good with it. Keeps connecting and moving. Can play diagonal and side to side ... Game goes through him."
COLLEGE (Virginia Commonwealth): Bowie appeared in 19 games as a senior (12 starts) in 2013, and tallied an assist from central midfield … Named to the All-Atlantic 10 first team for the second consecutive year ...Third team All Mid-Atlantic Region recognition … Listed as one of TopDrawerSoccer's top 100 players … Named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List … 2012: Appeared in 20 matches (19 starts) for the Rams, notching two assists … Named to All-Atlantic 10 First Team … Selected to NSCAA Mid-Atlantic Region First Team … 2011: Started all 20 games for VCU, chipping in two assists … 2010: Played in 17 matches for the Rams (13 starts) … Named to 2010 CAA All-Rookie Team … Named one of TopDrawerSoccer.com's 25 best underclassmen.
PDL: Played for Mississippi Brilla FC in 2012 … Played for NPSL side RVA FC in 2013.
NATIONAL TEAM: Spent time with Jamaica's Under-23 Olympic qualifying squad … Selected to the Jamaican national team camp in January 2010.
HIGH SCHOOL: Led Manchester High School (Jamaica) to a second-place finish in the DaCosta Cup … Named to the Jamaican All-Schools Team … Led Mile Gully to the Major League of Manchester Championship.
PERSONAL: Longtime acquaintance and former high school and college teammate of Houston Dynamo striker Jason Johnson, who also hails from St. Mary's ... Both players rose from humble circumstances in rural Jamaica to promising NCAA careers at VCU.