Skyhawk Football | Dominique Bowman - Assistant Head Coach / Defensive Backs
Dominique Bowman enters his second season as the defensive backs coach at UT Martin while assuming the role of assistant head coach.
During the 2017 season, Bowman coached one of the best statistical defensive units in the country. The Skyhawks finished the season ranked first in red zone defense (60.6 percent), fourth in scoring defense (14.3 ppg), fourth in first downs defense (168), sixth in total defense (273.8 ypg), sixth in third down conversion percentage defense (28.7 percent), eighth in fourth down conversion percentage defense (28.6 percent), eighth in team passing efficiency defense (104.3), ninth in passing yards allowed (159.9 ypg) and 20th in rushing defense (113.9 ypg) nationally.
Before UT Martin, Bowman served as the defensive backs coach at the University of Arkansas at Monticello for the 2016 season. While leading the secondary unit, the Weevils tallied 11 interceptions on the year along with 34 pass breakups.
Bowman joined Arkansas Monticello following a two-year stint as defensive coordinator at Cordova High School in Memphis. Bowman helped led his team to a 9-2 record while ranking as the fifth-best total defensive unit in the state of Tennessee and first in the Shelby Metro area. During the 2015 season, Bowman coached three first-team all-region defensive backs and two first-team all-state selections.
Bowman was also selected as the defensive coordinator for the Liberty Bowl Memphis Metro All-Star Game both in 2014 and 2015.
A native of Memphis, Bowman played college football at Lambuth University under current Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze where he earned all-conference honors as both a junior and senior. He graduated from Lambuth in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree.
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