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|Bowden hopes to pitch Sunday|
Barry Bowden hopes to return to the mound Sunday for the final game of Southern Mississippi's three-game series with Tulane in New Orleans this weekend.
Bowden has been USM's ace, starting every Friday and posting a 5-1 record, including two Conference-USA Pitcher of the Week honors, before straining his arm in the third inning against East Carolina on April 4.
Bowden missed USM's series with non-conference foe Arkansas State this past weekend.
"The doctor said it was a little strain," Bowden said. "I've just started back throwing and we'll see how it goes."
Bowden pitched a shutout against Rice on March 28.
"It was definitely upsetting and disappointing when I hurt my shoulder," Bowden said. "It was tough not being able to go out there this past weekend. But that's baseball and injuries happen. I'm feeling all right now and will continue to work on strengthening my arm and getting it back to where it was."
Bowden said he is looking forward to the possibility of facing Tulane.
"There's never a good time for an injury, but at least I didn't miss a conference game," he said. "I'm going to continue to work hard to have the chance to get back out there and help my team."
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