AS A JUNIOR IN 2017
Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2016
MPSF All-Academic ... Team's GPA Award ... Appeared in 19 matches, starting 17, and 53 sets ... Had 94 kills, averaging 1.77 per set, while hitting a team-best .355 (94-29-183) ... Tallied 16 digs, 32 total blocks and 114 points ... Produced double-digit kills in three matches, putting down 12 vs. California Baptist (2/5) and Pepperdine (3/2) after 11 without an error (11-0-20) at Holy Names (1/23) for a .550 percentage ... Hit career-best .647 (12-1-17) vs. Pepperdine and .562 (12-3-16) vs. CBU, when he added lone ace for season-high 14.0 points ... Twice hit .600 (both 7-1-10), at Hawai'i (1/31) and at Long Beach State (2/17) ... Career-best five total blocks vs. USC (2/6).
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2015
Team's Most Improved ... Appeared in 16 matches and 42 sets, with nine starts at outside hitter ... Served as the team manager for the start of the season, before making his college debut vs. No. 4 Pepperdine (2/13) with two digs and two block assists ... Played in two more sets and put down his first career kill late in fourth set vs. Stanford (2/14) ... Jumped into the starting lineup in a big way vs. California Baptist (3/6), registering 15 kills on .303 hitting (15-5-33), to go along with first career ace, seven digs and three blocks ... Started each of next eight contests before missing season finale at UC Irvine (4/18) ... Also reached double figures in kills vs. Hawai'i (3/28) with 10, adding a season-high nine digs.
Played for Mountain View Volleyball Club all four years in high school.
A 2014 graduate of Mountain View High School ... Earned first-team all-league honors in 2014 and second team in 2013 ... Mercury News Player of the Year (2014) ... MVP for the Santa Clara Valley De Anza League ... Undefeated in league (14-0) and Central Coast Section (CCS), taking first place in both ... Varsity team finished fourth nationally in 2014 ... Varsity team went undefeated in league in 2013, placing first in league and second in CCS ... Won the Leigh Tournament (2014).
Born June 6 in Geneva, Switzerland ... Parents are John and Mara Flowers ... Has a brother named Marco ... Management science major at Marshall College ... Hopes to either find a job after graduation, or attend graduate school ... Most memorable volleyball moments include winning CCS and Northern California Division 1 titles ... Enjoys beach volleyball, pick-up football and snowboarding ... Roots for the San Francisco Giants and 49ers ... Favorite athlete is pro beach player Phil Dalhausser ... Top movie is Interstellar ... Listens to The Chainsmokers and Diplo ... Loves gnocchi with tomato sauce ... Considers his grandfather his greatest influence.