HOW ACQUIRED: Selected with 8th overall pick in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft on January 16, 2014.
2014 (Seattle): Lowe was selected by Seattle with its top pick, No. 8 overall, in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft. He logged six appearances in the preseason, including three starts, but was sidelined for the rest of the season due to a hip injury.
As a senior at Hartford, Lowe started all 19 appearances and recorded a career-high five goals and two assists. He was honored as a tri-captain for the 2013 season. By season’s end, he was named to the Second Team All-Northeast region, First Team All-America East and All-America East Tournament Team. He led Hartford’s defense to aschool record 0.84 goals against average and its best record since 1996 (13-4-4). In his junior campaign, Lowe started all 16 appearances, missing just one game and scoring three goals with one assist. His seven points were third-best on the team, and ranked second on the team in goals scored. He was named to the West Virginia University Nike Classic All-Tournament Team (August 28). Although he missed the first 12 games due to injury as a sophomore, Lowe returned to start the final nine matches. He helped the defense to two-straight shutouts against UMBC (November 5) and Boston University (November 9) in the first two rounds of the America East Championship. He 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 (November 9). Lowe was named to the America East All-Tournament Team.
Lowe played for Reading United in the USL-PDL and was named to the All-Eastern Conference team. He appeared in 10 regular season matches, scoring once while helping Reading allow a division-best 12 goals in 14 games. In addition, Lowe started two games for Reading in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. Lowe attended Camperdown High School in Kingston, and played youth soccer for Jamaican club Harbour View.