Darren Lowe '92 Named To ILF All-World Lacrosse Team

Darren Lowe '92  Named To ILF All-World Lacrosse Team

July 22, 2002

Former Brown lacrosse standout Darren Lowe '92 has been named to the International Lacrosse Federation's All-World Team after leading the United States to the 2002 World Championship, recently completed in Perth, Australia.

Lowe led the United States to victory with a team high 30 points on 11 goals and 19 assists. He scored three goals and handed out two assists in the United States' 18-15 championship victory over Canada on July 14, 2002.

A member of the Brown Athletics Hall of Fame, Lowe helped Brown to three NCAA Tournament appearances in his four-year career, and is the only player in Brown lacrosse history to be named the USILA Division I Player of the Year.

Lowe's 316 career points were an Ivy League record and second in NCAA history. A three-time All-American, Lowe set a Brown record with 102 points as a senior (36 goals, 66 assists) while being named the Ivy League Player of the Year and the USILA Attackman of the Year.