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Cal Bowdler Selected in First Round By Hawks

Courtesy: ODU Athletics
         
Release: June 30, 1999
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 30) - Old Dominion University's 6-10, 250-pound center-forward Cal Bowdler (Sharps, Va.) was the 17th overall pick in the first round of the NBA draft by the Atlanta Hawks. He becomes the second-highest Monarch selected in the NBA draft.

Bowdler led the Monarchs in scoring (14.7), rebounding (10.0) and blocked shots (2.85). He ranked 13th nationally in blocked shots and 14th nationally in rebounding. A first team All-CAA selection, Bowdler led the CAA in both rebounding and blocked shots in each of the last two seasons.

He recorded 18 double-doubles this year and grabbed a career-high 20 rebounds against Seton Hall in the NIT first round. Bowdler scored a career high 28 points against George Washington. He also scored 22 points and hauled in 11 rebounds against the Tar Heels of North Carolina.

Bowdler, who graduated with a degree in sports medicine in May was selected to the All-Tournament squad in this year's CAA Tournament, the Food Lion MVP Classic and the Hawaii-Hilo Tournament. He was the MVP of the Hilo Tournament. The Monarchs compiled a 25-9 record, advanced to the CAA Championship game for the third time in four years and reached the second round of the NIT.

Bowdler joins Chris Gatling (now with Milwaukee) as the only Monarchs ever drafted in the first round. The 6-9 Gatling was the 16th overall pick by Golden State in 1991. Mark West ('83) played for Atlanta this past season.

PAST ODU NBA DRAFT PICKS

1991Chris Gatling1st round by Golden State
1986Kenny Gattison3rd round by Phoenix
1986Clarence Hanley5th round by Detroit
1985Mark Davis4th round by Cleveland
1983Mark West2nd round by Dallas
1982Ronnie McAdoo10th round by Atlanta
1980Ronnie Valentine3rd round by Denver
1977Wilson Washington2nd round by Philadelphia
1975Oliver Purnell6th round by Milwaukee
1974Joel Copeland5th round by New Orleans Jazz
1972Dave Twardzik2nd round by Portland
1971Skip Noble10th round by Milwaukee
1970Harry Lozon13th round by San Diego Rockets

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