33 Drew Bowen
33 Drew Bowen
Height: 6-3
Weight: 210
Year: So.
Hometown: Tulsa, Okla.
Position: RHP
Previous School: Memorial HS
B/T: R/R
Sport: HS

Made 13 starts in his final season with the Golden Eagles... went 4-3 with a 3.48 ERA... pitched 67.1 innings and held opponents to a .213 batting average, 5th in the Southland Conference... earned his first win of the season against nationally-ranked Central Arkansas on March 23, allowing just one run while striking out six in six innings... beat Sam Houston State on April 20, surrendering just two runs in 8.1 innings... won his final regular season start, knocking off Northwestern State on May 17 when he allowed just two runs in seven innings... won his final start as a Golden Eagle, topping Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on May 23 at the Southland Conference Tournament... gave up just one run on three hits in his final start, striking out eight batters... ended his career with five career wins and one save in postseason play, including a pair of NCAA Regional victories... signed a professional contract with the Chicago White Sox organization after the season.

Went 7-2 with an outstanding ERA of 1.95 in 13 starts... struck out 68 batters and allowed just 21 free passes in 87.2 innings on the mound... earned shutouts against Missouri State on March 15 and IPFW on May 11... struck out 10 batters in a complete game victory on March 2 versus Alcorn State... picked up a save in only appearence out of the pen in the Summit League Tournament against North Dakota State on May 26... pitched six innings and earned the victory on June 1 against No. 4 Baylor in the Waco Regional... named the Summit League pitcher of the year... All-Summit League first team member... honored as the Summit League tournament MVP.

Was 6-2 with a team best 1.73 ERA... Recorded 53 strikeouts in 67.2 innings and three complete games... Posted a team best opponent batting average of .201 in 2011... Named 2nd Team All Summit League and Summit League All Tournament Team... Named Summit League Player of the Week on May 2.

Made just six appearances before an elbow injury ended his season in late March … was 2-2 with a 9.38 ERA, striking out 21 batters in 24.0 innings … struck out six batters in five innings in season-opener at Florida International on Feb. 26 … turned in strong outing against Western Michigan on March 13, allowing two runs on eight hits and striking out seven in six innings to get the win … threw 5.2 hitless innings against North Dakota on March 26, allowing one earned run while walking four and striking out five in his final appearance of the season.

Made 13 appearances with five starts... posted a 2-2 record with a 5.35 ERA... struck out 41 batters with 27 walks in 37.0 innings pitched... held batters to a .210 average, which ranked second on the team... earned first collegiate win in first start against IPFW on April 4 in a 4-0 victory... limited Mastodons to three hits and no runs while fanning 12 batters and issuing only one walk in 6.0 innings... earned second win in a 13-inning thriller at Wichita State on May 5... pitched the final 2.0 innings, allowing no runs... posted a brilliant performance at No. 20 Arkansas on May 12 before surrendering a three-run two-out double in the bottom of the ninth inning... held the Razorbacks to no runs through the first 8 2/3 innings with a career-high 13 strikeouts... 

High School
2008 graduate of Tulsa’s Memorial HS... helped lead the Chargers to four conference championships... named the 2008 conference pitcher of the year in addition to being an all-conference performer all four seasons... a member of the Rawlings All-Region West Team... ranked in the top 300 prospects nationally by Perfect Game... posted career 15-6 record with a 1.85 ERA... also recruited by Kansas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and TCU.

Full name is Michael Drew Bowen... son of Mike and Tammy Bowen... born in Tulsa, Okla... majoring in business management at ORU.