|Hometown:||Williston Park, NY|
Darren A. Lowe '92
Hometown: Williston Park, NY
Year Inducted: 1999
Darren Lowe may possibly be the greatest lacrosse player to ever play at Brown. In 1992, he became the only player in Brown lacrosse history to be named USILA Division I Player of the Year in the 73 years of the program. He also became the only player in Brown history to be named USILA Division I Attackman of the Year in 1992.
A native of Williston Park, New York, Lowe led Brown to a 45-16 record during his four-year career which included a 13-1 record and Ivy League title (6-0) in 1991. The 1991 team is one of only four NCAA Tournament appearances in his four years, advancing to the quarterfinals each year.
Darren’s senior season was his best, finishing the season with 36 goals and 66 assists for 102 points in only 16 games. The 102 points is the best single season mark at Brown, as are the 66 assists and 6.4 points per game. He was named Ivy League and USILA Player of the Year for his efforts, and was also selected to play in the North-South All-Star game.
Lowe finished his career at Brown with his named etched throughout the record books. His is Brown’s all-time point leader, and second in NCAA history, with 316 points. He is also Brown’s all-time leading assist man with 205 career assists. Lowe is the only Brown player to eclipse the 300 point mark. His 5.18 career points per game is the best in Brown history, and he is the only Brown player to score more than200 assists in a career and 100 points in a season. His 108 career Ivy League points and 64 career Ivy assists put him first in the ivy League record books in both categories. He was a three-time All-America selection, a four-time All-Ivy selection, the 1989 Ivy League Rookie of the Year, the 1992 Ivy League and USILA Player of the Year, and the 1992 USILA Attackman of the Year.
Darren graduated from Brown in 1992 with a degree in Political Science. He is currently living in New York City with his wife, Kristen, and is working at Lehman Brothers.