Jon Mowl has long been known for his high understanding of the game and has experienced tremendous success as a basketball player.  As team MVP, he carried the Indiana School for the Deaf to several regional championships and a national championship in 2005.  While starting a school record 87 straight games in 4 years, he led ISD in scoring 1,250 points throughout his career and breaking multiple school records.

He has attended to at least 20 different camps including Blue Chip, Purdue University Camp, 5-Star Basketball Camp, Mike Glenn’s Basketball Camp. He also played in several leagues and traveled with a sponsored AAU team playing in at over thousand total games in his career. His success continued collegiately where he won Capital Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year while leading Gallaudet University to its first home playoff game in school history.

At Gallaudet, he played one of the best games of his career, scoring 44 points while making a conference and school record 10 3-pointers in a single game.  Between seasons, he worked as a staff at several basketball camps around the United States.  He was invited to represent the United States at the World Deaf Basketball Championship in Guangzhou, China where he started as point guard.

After completing his 4 year eligibility at Gallaudet, he helped lead United States to a Gold medal finish at Deaflympics in Taipei, Taiwan.  He currently works at Defense Logistics Agency in Fort Belvoir, VA but still carries a love for the game. He continues his playing career at a club level, where his team is the 4-time defending United States Association Deaf Basketball Championship. Jon is the 4-time defending MVP of the nationally known USADB Championship tournament.  He also represented USA Team Handball at the 2013 Deaflympics in Sofia, Bulgaria.

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