BOWIE, Md. – The Prince George’s County Council issued a proclamation Tuesday morning honoring the Bowie State football and women’s bowling team’s program success, including the 2021 and 2022 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Championship at the Wayne K. Curry Administration Building.
The Bulldogs women’s bowling team captured its sixth-straight CIAA championship; the program’s 10th overall marking the most championships won by a program in conference history while the Bulldogs football team secured its third-straight CIAA title.
“What can I say I have beauty and brains because these young ladies have excelled in everything that has been expected of them within the classroom and in competition,” head women’s bowling coach Andrew Campbell said. “Truly honored to stand with the football team and other groups that have won championships this season.”
Additionally, head football coach Damon Wilson was named the 2021 CIAA Coach of the Year, the AFCA Super Region Two Coach of the Year and the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) DII National Coach of the Year, becoming the first CIAA coach to win the prestigious award after leading the Bowie State Bulldogs to the program’s first ever NCAA Football Quarterfinals appearance.
“Thank you for this honor and inviting our student-athletes here to experience this, this is amazing,” said Wilson. “I want to thank my assistant coaches because without them, none of the accolades that were mentioned would be possible. I am extremely grateful for this opportunity and thankful to be the head coach at Bowie State University.”
Prince George’s County officially recognized Wilson’s and both the football and women’s bowling programs success with proclamations.
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