Bowman brothers ranked 2nd, 10th best players in regional SRA Poll
By: Giovanni Hicks/GCU Staff
As if they weren’t competitive enough being brothers.
In gearing up for the Sin City Classic Spikeball Tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada, Rocky Mountain Roundnet of the Spikeball Roundnet Association (SRA) compiled a list of the top 20 men and 10 women spikeball athletes in the state of Colorado. Grand Canyon University Club Spikeball athletes and brothers Trey and Taylor Bowman were ranked No. 2 and No. 10, respectively.
The panel who compiled the list studied the athletes, watching film and going over every skill category of the sport including serving, setting, defense, serve receiving, and hitting.
“I am not surprised with my ranking,” said Trey Bowman. “The list is pretty accurate and reflects the state of Colorado well.”
His brother, on the other hand, was “very surprised” to be No. 10.
“I feel like I still have room to improve to be confident in my ranking,” said Taylor Bowman.
The brothers both had successful 2020 campaigns to earn them their top ten rankings. They competed in tournaments such as the Rocky Mountain Roundnet Mile High Classic where Trey made it to the semifinals, and the Northern Colorado Winter Spikeball Tournament where Trey and Taylor both notched top-10 finishes.
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