2004 Journalist


Jeremy Sowers, Vanderbilt University

Jeremy Sowers is a junior lefty at Vanderbilt, who chose to pitch for the Commodores despite being the 20th overall pick out of high school by the Cincinnati Reds. Regarded as one of the elite pitchers in the country, Sowers went 7-5 with a 2.50 ERA in 115 innings with 123 strikeouts and 29 walks as a sophomore, going 7-0 with a 2.11 ERA in his last nine starts. A native of St. Clairsville, Ohio, Sowers has a twin brother – Josh – who is a right-hander at Yale. Jeremy will provide a look at Vandy’s quest to reach the NCAA tournament and the ever-tough SEC throughout the season.



A Fond Farewell (5/24/04)

Going a Little Extra in the Bayou (5/17/04)

Commodores Take Roadie from Rival (5/12/04)

Sweep Worth Lack of Sleep (5/5/04)

Goose Egg in Gainesville (4/28/04)

Hogs Go Wild, but Commodores' Goals Still Within Reach (4/20/04)

Trumping the Tide (4/13/04)

The Invasion of the Gamecocks (4/8/04)

Get Out the Brooms (3/30/04)

Three Tight Games, Three Tight Losses (3/23/04)

Rough Outing Eased by Series Win (3/16/04)

Sweep of the Bearcats (3/9/04)