Liam Bowen

Name: Liam Bowen
Position: Page Editor
Graduation Year: 2002
Liam Bowen has loved sports, baseball in particular, since he saw Jeff Ballard pitch for the Orioles in the late-80s. When he isn't on the beat, Bowen ties up his daytimes with his misguided and entirely unrealistic dream to play some sort of advanced baseball someday, somewhere. If you see him in the hall this year and he doesn't tell you how Blair is going to win the state baseball championship, count yourself lucky.

Stories (9)

Bustin' a rhyme before game time

By Liam Bowen | April 19, 2002, midnight | In Print »

No crying in baseball

By Liam Bowen | March 11, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Boys' basketball eliminated by QO

By Liam Bowen | March 1, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Out with the old, in with the Newby

By Liam Bowen | Feb. 14, 2002, midnight | In Print »

Boys teetering at the top

By Liam Bowen | Feb. 14, 2002, midnight | In Print »

School's true colors absent in sports

By Liam Bowen | Dec. 20, 2001, midnight | In Print »

Do you Remember the Titans—the T.C. Williams High School football team that won a state championship in 1971 and was famous for its diversity? Did you catch the sappy Disney movie? Blair athletics apparently missed the flick. Despite being an incredibly diverse school, Blair houses sports teams that are several colors short of a rainbow.

PSATs quarantined

By Liam Bowen | Dec. 20, 2001, midnight | In Print »

Football heats up play, cooling criticism

By Liam Bowen | Oct. 11, 2001, midnight | In Print »

They say that history moves in circles. The stock market bobs up and down at fairly regular intervals. Flared pants came back with a vengeance a few years ago. And even Blair football, after 35 dormant years, has clawed its way back to respectability.

Golf team swings into winning mentality

By Liam Bowen | Oct. 8, 2001, midnight | In Print »