Becky Bowman
Becky Bowman
Title: Director of Compliance Services
Phone: 864-644-5507
Email: bbowman@swu.edu
Twitter Handle: @SWU_Compliance

Becky Bowman begins her first year with the Warriors, but continues on a career in intercollegiate athletics.  Becky is responsible for assisting the university in meeting its obligations to the NCAA and Conference Carolinas.  She works directly with institutional personnel, athletic department staff and student-athletes to provide rules education, compliance strategies and to assist with certifying eligibility and monitoring financial aid. 

Becky graduated from Irmo High School where she played basketball and continued her education at Winthrop College, playing volleyball and basketball while earning a B.S. in Physical Education.  She began coaching volleyball and basketball at Harding High School in Charlotte, and then moved to coach the volleyball team at UNC Charlotte.  While teaching at Harding, she earned a M.S. in Education from Virginia Tech.

 In 1991 Becky moved to Kansas City and worked for the NCAA national office assisting with the compliance review, athletics certification and legislative assistance teams.  After seven years at the NCAA, Becky returned to South Carolina and began as the director of compliance services at Clemson University until 2005 when she began directing the athletic academic services for the Tigers until her retirement in 2013.  During her tenure at Clemson, she served on the NCAA I Volleyball Committee, NCAA peer-review teams and served on various university committees. 

 After retirement, Becky worked as a remote employee for the NCAA conducting NCAA I data reviews and assisting with adjustments for NCAA I schools.  She left the NCAA to join the SWU team, looking forward to interacting with campus personnel and student-athletes.  Becky is a member of the Board of Directors for Helping Hands of Clemson and is active in her church, Flat Rock Baptist Church.  A huge proponent of helping as a foster parent, Becky adopted three brothers after serving as their foster parent.  Sons Noah, Isaac and Jacob are students at D.W. Daniel High School.