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Aug. 20, 2012

LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech women's basketball coach Kristy Curry was happy to have her 2012-13 schedule completed last week. Now she has completed her staff as well after announcing on Monday that former Michigan State star Lindsay Bowen will join the Lady Raiders as video coordinator for the upcoming season.

"Lindsay will bring a level of intensity and energy to this position as film breakdown and technology is such an integral part of our success as a program on the court and across the social media aspect of our program," Texas Tech head coach Kristy Curry said. "The fact that she has won championships as a player with a fiery point guard mentality will bring immeasurable knowledge and enthusiasm to this position."

Bowen's responsibilities will include oversight of video exchange and the breakdown of opponent and individual video scouting along with assisting in the daily operations of the program.

She comes to Tech after spending time as a professional basketball player in the WNBA and overseas as well as her duties as the Michigan State Basketball Camp Commissioner from 2006-10 and San Antonio Shooting Stars Camp Facilitator from 2006-10. She recently spent the 2011-12 season as a strength and conditioning intern with Michigan State.

"I am so thrilled and excited to be joining the Lady Raider family," Bowen said. "I feel confident I can bring a high level passion and knowledge to the video coordinator position with the experiences I have had as a player and in program development."

Bowen received her bachelor's degree at Michigan State while becoming one of the top shooters in Big Ten history and is Michigan State's all-time leader in 3-pointers with 294 made - tied for 19th in NCAA history. She was a Division I All-American and second-team All-Big Ten in her senior year and earned All-Big Ten honors all four years while leading the Spartans to four NCAA Tournament appearances, including the NCAA Championship game in 2005.


 

 

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