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John Lowery

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Biography Data
Positions: P-20
Proper Name: John Eugene Lowery
Born: October 17, 1969 (46.314)
Place Martinsburg, West Virginia
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 220 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Jefferson (Shenandoah Junction,WV)
College: University of Minnesota
Drafted: Not drafted
TBC Player ID:140057
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  • Jobs in Baseball for John Lowery
    1994Normandale Community CollegePitching Coach 
    1995Ball State UniversityPitching Coach 
    1996Ball State UniversityNCAAPitching Coach1614.533 
    1997Ball State UniversityNCAAPitching Coach2110.677 
    1998Ball State UniversityNCAAPitching Coach238.742 
    1999Ball State UniversityNCAAPitching Coach256.806 
    2000Ball State UniversityNCAAPitching Coach188.692 
    2001Ball State UniversityNCAAPitching Coach215.808 
    2002Ball State UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach179.6542Conf. Finalists
    2003University of MichiganNCAAAssistant Coach1614.5333 
    2004University of MichiganNCAAAssistant Coach1913.5943 
    2005-Head Coach 
    2006-Head Coach 
    2007-Head Coach 
    2008-Head Coach 
    2009Ball State UniversityNCAAHead Coach1410.5831 
    2010-Head Coach 
    2011-Head Coach 
    2015-Assistant Coach 
    2016-Head Coach 

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