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Liam Bowen Named Volunteer Assistant Baseball Coach
BALTIMORE—Liam Bowen has been named assistant baseball coach, head coach Bob Mumma announced Wednesday.
Bowen comes to Baltimore after working as the pitching coach for Lincoln Memorial for the 2011 season. The team’s ERA feel from 7.67 the year before to 5.42 in 2011.
Before joining the Division II school, Bowen worked at St. Mary’s College for four seasons, where the team’s ERA dropped from 7.25 in 2006 to 4.60 in 2009.
“Liam has a great record as a pitching coach,” Mumma said. “He comes highly recommended and will be a tremendous help to our pitching staff. Plus he gets to return to the area where he grew up, so it’s a great fit.”
Bowen earned a Bachelor’s degree in history from Macalester College in Minnesota in 2006. He was named all-conference and the team’s most valuable player in 2004.