Kim Lowry Named the New Head Lacrosse Coach at Dickinson

(Carlisle, Pa.) Dickinson Director of Athletics Dr. Les Poolman announced the hiring of Kim Lowry (McDaniel College '05) as new head coach of the Red Devil women's lacrosse program. Lowry comes to Carlisle from Bridgewater College in Virginia, where she has been the head coach for the past three years.

Lowry has been rebuilding the program at Bridgewater and has shown a successful track record of improvement. She has played a key role in the restructuring of the schedule and made a strong effort to recruit quality student-athletes, earning six All-Conference honors in the past three seasons.

Lowry is very active on the regional and national All-America committees, on the NCAA Regional Advisory Committee and served as an NCAA Regional Site Representative for the NCAA Tournament. Prior to taking over the program at Bridgewater, Lowry spent two years as an assistant coach at Hamilton College in upstate New York. While at Hamilton, she helped the Continentals reach the final four and the national championship, and produced three All-Americans during her tenure. In 2010, Hamilton was honored as the Liberty League Coaching Staff of the Year.

In addition to her experience at Hamilton, Lowry also spent a year at Endicott College, assisting that program to a third straight conference championship and bid to the NCAA Tournament. Lowry spent a year in England, enhancing the development of women's lacrosse as a coach at the St. Mary's School.

Lowry is a 2005 graduate of McDaniel College, earning a B.S. in Sports and Entertainment Marketing and Management, and minors in Sports Journalism and Coaching. She went on to earn a M.S. in Exercise Science and Physical Education from McDaniel in 2008. As an undergrad, Lowry competed in both soccer and lacrosse for the Green Terror. She served as a team captain for both soccer (2004-05) and lacrosse (2004-06), earning IWLCA All-Metro Region and All-Centennial Conference honors in lacrosse in 2006.

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