The 22-year-old was in sparkling form last month, scoring four times and providing two assists for his team-mates in five appearances as his impressive season continued.
Bowen saw off competition from Josh Dasilva of Brentford, Leeds United’s Jack Harrison and Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Brice Samba to land the award and was delighted to be presented with the trophy.
“It’s a huge honour to win this award,” said Bowen.
“It was a good month for me personally with getting the goals and providing a couple of assists. There’s no hidden secret behind it, it’s about continuing to work hard and doing the same things week in, week out.
“The focus is always on the team, though, and it’s about us trying to find that consistency that we need now. We’ve got a lot of games coming up in the next three weeks and we’ll be looking to get ourselves into a position where we can push on in the second half of the season.”
Hull City Head Coach Grant McCann was pleased to see his leading scorer’s form recognised with the divisional award, adding: “We’re all delighted for Jarrod and he’s been phenomenal over the last couple of months in terms of his performances and goals.
“We’ve said to him ‘well done, see if you can get it again next month’. He’s been a pleasure to work with ever since we arrived at the Club with the appetite he has to learn every day and get better.”