Finished third on the team in scoring with 29 points on 22 goals and seven assists...Named to the Ivy League All-Tournament Team for her play over two games in Philadelphia en route to the program's first postseason title...Her 22 goals ranked third on the team...Had at least one goal in each of the Big Green's first nine games...Opened the season with three goals at UNH on Feb. 25...Had one goal and a season-high two assists in the team's win over No. 6 Penn on April 14 in Hanover...Scored two goals in each of the last three games of the season, all postseason contests. Had two goals against Cornell in the Ivy League Tournament Semifinals and two more in the Championship Game against Penn...Scored twice while assisting on another for three points against Syracuse in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament in the Carrier Dome...Had multiple points in nine of the Big Green's 17 games, including five games of three points.
Played in all but two of the team's 16 games as a sophomore, making six starts ... Seventh on the team in scoring with 17 points on 14 goals and three assists ... Scored her first goal of the season against Columbia on March 26 ... Found the back of the net three times against Cornell on April 9, while also adding an assist for a season-high four points ... Scored twice against both Princeton (April 23) and Harvard (April 29) in consecutive games ... Added an assist against the Tigers for three points... Netted a tally against No. 1 Maryland on May 1 ... Had a goal against Harvard in the Ivy league Tournament semifinal (May 6) ... Against Albany in the NCAA Tournament in Hanover (May 15), Bowers scored twice and added a ground ball.
• Dartmouth Lacrosse Most Improved Award
Had a solid freshman season, steadily improving as the year went on to ultimately start seven of 13 games played and scored 11 goals and three assists ... Helped fill a major void when Kat Collins ’11 missed eight games with injury ... Extended her scoring streak to a sixth game with a goal in the loss at Princeton on April 25 ... Scored two goals including the late game-tying score in the win at Harvard, April 21 ...Tallied two goals in the loss to Penn on April 17 ... Recorded two goals and two assists in the win over Siena on April 6 ... Broke out with three goals off the bench in the win over Yale, her first Ivy League game, March 27.
Four year varsity lacrosse player at Greenwich, serving as team captain her senior year ... Named All-FCIAC first team as a junior and senior … Added first team all-state accolades as a senior after a second team all-state nod her junior year … FCIAC and All-State Scholar Athlete in both field hockey and lacrosse her senior year … Also all-state and all-FCIAC in field hockey, leading her team to state and conference titles in 2006.
Daughter of Kenneth ’83 and Cecilia Bowers … Brother, Austin ’11, played soccer for Dartmouth
Patton on Bowers: Hana is a good athlete who has solid stick skills. We expect her to be a great role player on both ends of the field for us.
What is your favorite part of road trips?
The games we play in the hotel... anything from top chef to the newlywed game!
What is your major & why?
I am an AMES major (Asian Middle Eastern Studies). I am so intrigued by the rich culture and history and languages of China. One of my goals is to become fluent in both Cantonese and Mandarin, and Dartmouth's AMES program provides unbelievable language classes and overseas opportunities which I participated in during the summer of '10 in Beijing.
What do you like most about putting on a Dartmouth lacrosse uniform?
I literally get the goose bumps every time I get to put on a Dartmouth Lacrosse jersey. I can't help but think about all of the previous generations of laxers that have paved the way before us. I love knowing that when we wear those uniforms and step on the field, we are representing decades of dedication and love for this team.
Favorite hang-out spot on campus?
What was your first job?
When I was 8, my neighbor and I started a Lemonade Stand, Lawn-mowing, and Snowplowing Company. Unfortunately, our business model was not great, and we went bankrupt after one year.
Three words to describe the coaches
Passionate, inspiring, smart