Both Cowboys Could Claim Individual Bids to NCAA Championships
Wyoming's Amos Bowen Qualified Last Season as Individual
Senior Places Fourth Individually to Lead Cowboys to Fourth as a Team
Bowen and White Seek Second-Straight All-MW Honors
Three Runners Earn Marks in Wyoming's Record Book
2014-15: Was Wyoming's top Cowboy in five of six meets during the season and qualified as an individual for the NCAA Championships...earned All-MW Second Team and All-Mountain Region honors...was named MW Athlete of the Week on Sept. 23 after winning the Montana State Invite in 25:01...also placed fourth at the Aggie Invite in 21:09...ran the second-fastest 8k by a Cowboy since 1990 with a 23:43 at the Washington Invite to place 13th...ran the fourth-fastest time at the MW Championships with a 23:51 to place ninth...also notched the fourth-fastest 10k with a 29:56 at the NCAA Mountain Region to finish sixth overall...placed 217th at the NCAA meet in 32:53.
2013-14: Placed in Wyoming's top four runners in all six meets during the season...was in UW's top two runners in three meets....top performance was fourth at the CSU Invite in 15:01 to finish as UW's top runner...was the second Cowboy to cross the line at the Roy Griak in 25:13 for 46th and was also second at the Highlander Invite in 17:50 for fourth...his performance at the Highlander was the second-fastest 6 kilometer by a Cowboy since 1990.
Before Wyoming: Competed one season for Garden City Community College, before transferring to Wyoming in the spring of 2013...ran the 2012-13 track season for Wyoming...posted UW's eight-best all-time mark in the indoor 5,000 meters with a 14:42.4 at the Husky Classic on Feb. 8...coached by Jeff Marcus at Brush HS where he was a state champion in the 3,200 meters on the track and runner-up at the state cross country meet as senior.
Personal: Parents are William and Irene Bowen ... has two older brothers and three younger sisters ... majoring in microbiology.