MITCHELL, S.D. – Hannah Bowes becomes the seventh signee of the 2017 class for Dakota Wesleyan University women's soccer head coach Clay Glasgow. Bowes comes to DWU from Omaha, Neb., where she attended Omaha Westside High School.
The 5-foot-7 goalkeeper was a four-year starter for the Warriors. She entered her senior season with a 27-12 record, with 25 shutouts in her career.
Bowes had a .918 percent save percentage to go along with her .644 goals against average. She helped lead her team in clinching the District Championship in 2014 and 2015.
Bowes played her club soccer with Sporting Omaha FC. She was named the 2014-2015 Gold Player of the Year.
"We are truly excited that Hannah chose Dakota Wesleyan University to further her education and be part of the soccer experience," Glasgow said. "She will definitely be a positive factor for what we are trying to build both on and off the field and ensuring that the program reaches new heights. DWU and our team will benefit from her knowledge and experience immensely."
She was named High Distinction Scholar Athlete in 2014 and 2015 and was a member of the honor roll.
Hannah is the daughter of Tim and Jen Bowes. She plans to major in marketing at DWU.
"I chose DWU because of the tight-knit community and the different opportunities it offers on campus," Bowes said. "Everyone I have encountered at DWU is so kind and genuine. The professors and staff clearly invest into the success of their students."