Alan E. Lowe
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At Maryland, Lowe received honorable mention All-American honors in 1966 and second team All-American honors in 1967. He was a member of Maryland's national championship team in 1967 and the Atlantic Coast Conference championship teams of 1965, 1966 and 1967. Lowe received the Powell Award, given for meritorious service to the advancement of lacrosse at the University of Maryland in 1967. He also represented the Terrapins in the 1967 North/South Collegiate All-Star Game.
Lowe played club lacrosse for the Mt. Washington and Long Island lacrosse clubs from 1968-1974. He was selected to the club all-star team six consecutive years from 1969-74. He was also selected to the summer league all-star team seven consecutive years, from 1966-72.
Lowe played for the victorious U.S. Team in the 1974 World Championship and was a co-captain of that team.
Lowe began his coaching career in 1968 for Maryland's freshman team. In 1971, Lowe became the assistant coach at East Meadow (N.Y.) High School before moving to head coach at Manhasset in 1974. At the time of his induction, his teams won eight divisional championships, four county championships, two North Shore Championships, two Long Island Championships, four sectional Championships, one Class B State Championship and one Class C State Championship.
In 1978, Lowe was selected NLCLA Coach of the Year. In 2004, Lacrosse Magazine ranked Manhasset No. 1. During his coaching career at Manhasset, his teams won 511 games.