Marshall fell in long delayed game two, 6-4
Marshall honoring six seniors Sunday
Game three of series Sunday 1 p.m.
Marshall offense explodes for 25 hits in the two games
Marshall places third-most student-athletes on list among league schools
2015 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll
GP/GS - 20/8...Earned a 2-0 record after pitching 48.1 innings as a starter and reliever...Set career a high with 24 strikeouts and a career best of .234 batting average against...3.19 ERA...Pitched her first career complete game in 11-2 win over Wright State March 31st, both runs allowed were unearned...Played great defensively from the circle with a 1.000 fielding percentage in 21 chances and started three double plays vs. Army Feb. 6th, vs. UMass-Lowell Feb. 7th and against Auburn Feb. 21st.
2014 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll
GP/GS - 18/2...Posted a 0-1 record and 7.84 Earned Run Average...Pitched 22.1 total innings and struck out 9 batters with 18 batters walked...Allowed 25 earned runs in 2014...Pitched a season high 3.0 innings vs Winthrop on February 16th.
GP/GS - 11/2...Posted a 1-1 record and 2.95 ERA...Fowler pitched a total of 19.0 innings and had 13 strikeouts...She made her first collegiate start against Northern Kentucky and struck out seven batters to earn her first victory and to improve Marshall’s victorious home win streak to 22 games.
High School: Pitched for Avon High School where she set the school record for most strikeouts in a single season with 276, also a West Shore Conference record...Fowler owns Avon High’s school record for career K’s with 663 and had a 1.1 ERA during her time there...with the Eagles was named the 2012 conference Player of the Year...also was named to the second team all-Ohio team in 2011, was an all-conference selection from 2009-12 and named to the all-district team in 2011 and 2012...was named her team’s defensive player of the year in 2012.
Personal: Born April 12, 1994 to parents Ross and Kisty Fowler...father was a swimmer at Eastern Kentucky...has a sister Jamie (23) and brother Nicholas (16)...majoring in broadcasting with plans to get into sports journalism.