Nic Bowman, Assistant Director of Public Relations


Nic Bowman is in his ninth year at the Big South Conference, joining the staff on August 10, 2005.  He is responsible for assisting with the day-to-day operations of the Big South’s Public Relations department.

He serves as the League’s primary contact for men’s and women's soccer, women’s basketball, baseball and the League's running sports, as well as other selected sports.  Bowman handles the creative services for most of the Big South's printed publications -- notably the League's fan guides, as well as the cover designs for the Football and Basketball Media Guides.  He also develops the graphics for the Conference's website, and assists with updating the Conference’s website, and the Big South record books.  In addition, Bowman is the primary administrator for the Big South Women's Golf Championship and serves as a delegate for the Coastal Collegiate Swimming Association (CCSA).

During his time at the Big South, Bowman as been an active volunteer at NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships.  Bowman was the Timeout Coordinator for the 2008 NCAA Men’s Basketball Sweet 16 in Charlotte, as well as the 2013 Women's first/second rounds in Louisville, Ky., the 2010 Women's first/second rounds in Norfolk, Va., the 2009 Women’s first/second rounds in Piscataway, N.J., and in 2005 he served on the staff of the NCAA Men’s Basketball first/second rounds in Charlotte.

He has also served as a volunteer with the PGA Tour’s Quail Hollow Championship, serving as a Hole Captain in 2007 and a Scoring Assistant in 2009.

Bowman joined the Big South following a one-year stint as the Public Affairs Assistant with the Southern Conference.  While at the SoCon, he was the primary contact for men’s soccer, wrestling, men’s and women’s tennis and softball, while assisting with various conference championships.

A native of Brevard, N.C. and a 2004 graduate of Western Carolina University, Bowman spent two years as a student sports information assistant at WCU where he served as the primary contact for women’s soccer and assisted with football, men’s basketball and baseball, among others.  Bowman resides in Fort Mill, S.C. with his wife, Nicole, daughter, Addison and their dog, Howie.