|Hometown:||Virginia Beach, Va.|
|High School:||Cape Henry Collegiate|
AS A SENIOR IN 2012: Appeared in 18 games, earning 18 starts...A-10 Midfielder of the Year for the third-straight season...All Conference first team selection...recorded 48 goals on the season, with nine hat-trick or better performances...scored season-high six goals against La Salle...recorded 30 assists on the season...recorded ground balls in 18 games played...recorded at least four ground balls in seven appearances...had career-high 64 draw controls on the season, recording 10 in games against George Washington and St. Bonaventure...had three or more draw controls in 13 games...caused at least three turnovers in eight games, including at season-high six against James Madison.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2011: Appeared in 16 games, earning 15 starts...A-10 Midfielder of the Year for the second-straight season...All Conference first team selection...A-10 All Tournament team...Synapses Sports All American third team...A-10 Player of the Week twice this season...tied a school record with eight goals scored against American...had seven hat-trick or better performances...scored six goals against Longwood...led nation with 4.14 ground balls per game...led team and conference with 66 on the season...had a career-best nine ground balls against ODU...had a ground ball in every game played this year, and had at least two ground balls in all but one game this season...led team with 27 assists...led team with 65 points...second on the team with 66 shots, including a season-high 10 against ODU...led team with 56 draw controls...had a career-best eight draw controls against American...secured seven draws against St. Bonaventure and Duquesne...had three or more draw controls in 11 games this season...second on the team with 30 caused turnovers...had a season-high five turnovers against ODU...ranked second on Richmond's single-season list with 27 assists...ranked seventh with points (65) in a single season.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010: Appeared in 19 games, earning 16 starts...2010 A-10 Midfielder of the Year...All Conference first team selection...Richmond's leader in goals (55), points (65), ground balls (68), draw controls (59) and caused turnovers (39)...Flowers' 55 goals was third-most for goals in a single season...team-leading 15 multi-goal games, with 12 of those contests being hat tricks or better...scored a career-best six goals against St. Bonaventure...ranked second nationally in ground balls...ranked sixth in caused turnovers...2010 A-10 All Tournament team...dished a season-high three assists against La Salle...recorded a career-best and Spider season-high nine ground balls against St. Bonaventure...recorded two or more ground balls in 15 games this season...recorded five or more ground balls in five games...recorded at least one draw control in every game....tallied three or more draw controls in 11 games this season, including a career-high eight draws against #10 Towson...recorded three or more caused turnovers in seven games this season...caused a season-high four turnovers three times.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009: Appeared in all 18 games, earning three starts...registered four multi-goal games...scored 11 goals and dished nine assists for 21 points...dished a season-high four assists at UMass (4/3)...recorded 32 shots, 27 of which were on goal...recorded nine ground balls...recorded 12 draw controls...recorded a season-best three draw controls at Temple (4/5) and at the A-10 Tournament semifinals (4/24)...caused 10 turnovers.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned five varsity letters...earned first team All TCIS every year in high school...captain of her squad her senior year...first team All State her sophomore and junior year...earned MVP TCIS Conference honors her sophomore, junior and senior years...named State Player of the Year her junior year...member of the Women's Division National Tournament three years...All American honorable mention her junior year...named First Team All American her senior year...member of the 2008 Regular Season TCIS Champions...member of 2008 TCIS Conference Tournament Champions...earned four letters in basketball.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Jerry and Lou Flowers...has one sister, Madeline...has two brothers, Wes and Max...born March 17, 1990.
Flower's Career Statistics