TSU'S BOWENS, FLOWERS PLAY FORWINNING HBCU TEAM IN ALL-STAR GAME
NASHVILLE --- Roshaun Bowens and Rod Flowers, Tennessee State University's representatives in the 2005 edition of the Black College All-Star Game last weekend, each made solid contributions in helping their team to a victory. Bowens and Flowers were members of the winning HBCU team's 116-111 victory over the Ohio All-Stars. The game was the Second Annual Black College All-Star Game and was played in Cleveland's Gund Arena. TSU was the only HBCU school that had two players as represented. Bowens, a Nashville native, concluded a four-year career with TSU this past season. Flowers played his senior year with TSU while enrolled in graduate school after playing his first three seasons at Cincinnati. Bowens scored 11 points, grabbed six rebounds, had three assists, and tied for a game-high three steals. Flowers tallied four points, had four rebounds, and a pair of assists. In addition to the game, the players participated in other events held in conjunction with the all-star weekend.