|Career Statistics||2017||2018|| 2019
2018: Played in all 20 games with nine starting assignments on the first midfield line … Scored 19 goals and six assists for 25 points … Had four-man-up tallies and three game winners … Recorded a career-high four goals in win over Boston University (5/4) … Had a hat trick in victory over Jacksonville (2/10) … Tallied at least one game in 11 games and registered at least one point in 14 outings … Scored multiple goals six times and had seven games with at least two points … Registered the game winner in NCAA first round game against Villanova (5/12) … Also had what proved to be the winning markers versus High Point and Jacksonville … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2017: Played in all 18 games with two starts on midfield … Finished the season with 12 goals and 11 assists for 23 points … Ranked second among first-year Blue Devils in points … Recorded two hat tricks and had at least one point in 13 contests … Posted his first collegiate point with an assist versus High Point (2/10) … Tallied his first career goal in victory over Cleveland State (2/12) … Scored at least one point in eight of the first nine games of the season … Notched his first career hat trick in win over Jacksonville (3/13) … Finished with four points overall against the Dolphins … Tallied a pair of scores in road win at Marquette (4/22) … Tied his career-high four points with three goals and an assist in NCAA Tournament first round win over Johns Hopkins (5/20) … Scored one goal in NCAA Quarterfinal versus Ohio State … Also had seven ground balls … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016: Missed the season to injury.
Before Duke: A five-year starter for Ben Courchesne at The Roxbury Latin School … A varsity starter as an eighth grader … Finished his scholastic career with a Roxbury Latin record 285 career points from 180 goals and 105 assists … Led Roxbury Latin to its winningest season in school history with a 14-3 record as a senior … Finished with 48 goals and 20 assists for 68 points … Named a US Lacrosse All-American in 2015 … Voted to play in the Boston Lax All-American game three times, earning MVP honors his final season … A two-time all-star and all-scholastic choice by the Boston Globe and Boston Herald … Three-time All-Independent School League (ISL) selection … Registered a career-best 76 points (40 goals and 36 assists) his junior year … Named the ISL Player of the Year in 2015 … Team Captain as a senior … Also played four years of football at wide receiver … Three-time All-ISL player … Won the best overall athletic award for Roxbury Latin in 2015 … Earned 10 varsity letters in all.
Personal: Son of Jim and Liz Lowrie … Has one brother Mackay who is a quarterback at Bentley University … Mother was a member of the track and field team at UMass … Born July 25, 1996.