Bucknell-Randolph Macon pipeline

Former Bucknell player Dan Bowen has joined Mike Rhoades' staff at Division III Randolph Macon.

Rhoades, for those who either are new to this site or didn't pay attention during the winter, was the point guard on Bucknell coach Pat Flannery's 1994 D-III national championship team at Lebanon Valley. Current Bucknell assistant Nathan Davis is a R-M grad who played and served as a student assistant coach while Rhoades was an assistant there before taking over the head coaching job.

For those who don't remember Bowen, here's some background from the Randolph Macon release on his hiring:
As a college player, Bowen had a stellar four-year career at Division I Bucknell University in Pennsylvania from 1996 through 2000. His honors included: 1997 Patriot League Rookie of the Year; first-team all-league twice; two-time team most valuable player; MVP of the 1999 Pepsi Marist Classic tournament; and 1999-2000 Bucknell team captain. In 2000, Bowen played professional basketball in Bosnia.
In related news, off the success of last year's NCAA Tournament season, Bucknell has moved to a new flagship radio station for football and basketball.

This won't mean much to most of you. But to those in the Lewisburg area, it should mean a much stronger signal.

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