2013: Started all 19 appearances with career high five goals and two assists. Tri-captain for the 2013 season. Named to the Second Team All-Northeat region, First Team All-America East and All-America East Tournament Team. Led Hartford defense to a school record 0.84 goals against average and best record since 1996 (13-4-4).
2012: Started all 16 appearances, missing just one game and scoring three goals with one assist. Seven points were third-best on the team, and ranked second on team in goals scored. Named to the West Virginia University Nike Classic All-Tournament Team (8/28).
2011: Missed first 12 games due to injury. Returned to start final nine matches. Helped the defense to two-straight shutouts against UMBC (11/5) and Boston University (11/9) in the first two rounds of the America East Championship. Assisted on the game-winning goal at Boston University to lead Hartford to a 1-0 upset over the second-seeded Terriers in the semifinal round of the America East Championship (11/9). Named to the America East All-Tournament Team.
Other Professional Experience
Played for Reading United in the PDL and was named to the All-Eastern Conference team. Appeared in 10 regular season matches, scoring once while helping Reading allow a division best 12 goals in 14 games. Started two games for Reading in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
Represented the Jamaica National Team at the 2013 CONCACAF Under-20 Championships.
Attended Camperdown H.S. in Kingston. Played youth soccer for Jamaican club Harbour View.
Father is former Jamaica international Onandi Lowe, a forward who played in the 1998 World Cup and for the Montreal Impact in the A-League in the mid-1990s and the Kansas City Wizards from 2000-01.