Sean Bowers retired as a member of the San Diego Sockers in 2009-10 with the PASL after an illustrious indoor career. He is the only person in NPSL/MISL history to achieve at least 1000 blocks and 1000 points. He was a 2002/2003 MISL All-Star and the league's Defender of the Year with the Baltimore Blast.
Bowers was a three-time Defender of the Year in the MISL. He played for the Kansas City Wizards from 1996-99 in the MLS, and earned the team's Defender of the Year award twice. He also served as Wizards’ team captain for the 1999 season. Bowers was the U.S. National Futsal Team’s captain from 1998-2004. He also saw time with the Detroit Rockers of the NPSL from 1991-95 and 2000-01; he was the league's Rookie of the Year as the Rockers won the 1991 NPSL championship. He was a four-time NPSL All-Star and three-time Defender of the Year. To honor his play at Quincy College (Ill.), Bowers was inducted into the college’s Soccer Hall of Fame, in 2007. Over the ten years before becoming the General Manager of the San Diego Sockers, Sean was a full time Professor at San Diego Miramar College, teaching Kinesiology and coaching the women’s soccer program as the Head Coach. Under Sean's leadership the women's soccer program at Miramar College had a record of 146-32-17 including 5 PCAC Championships, 2 Sweet Sixteens and 3 Elite Eights. Sean is also the President and owner of 619futsal since 2011, helping develop over 2000 players annually through leagues, camps and clinics. He is married to his lovely wife Maria and has 3 wonderful children Aydan (23), Isabella (21) and Gracie (19).