Leaders of historic Red Storm senior class set to compete against nation's best.
Kieran McArdle Named BIG EAST Attack Player Of The Year As Red Storm Lands Four On All-Conference Teams
The junior attackman became the first member of the Red Storm lacrosse program to ever be tabbed a BIG EAST Player of the Year.
Colin Keegan finishes with a career-high six goals and seven points.
Red Storm matches highest since win total since reinstatement in 2005.
Kevin Cernuto finishes with three goals and two assists against the Wildcats.
St. John's 15 Marquette 10 April 27, 2013
St. John's 16 Providence 13 Providence, R.I. April 20, 2013
St. John's 17 Robert Morris 11 March 23, 2013 at Malvern Prep H.S.
St. John's 7 Hofstra 6 March 19, 2013
St. John's 20 Rutgers 13
As A Junior (2012): Ranks fourth all-time in program history with 446 career saves ... named to preseason Tewaaraton Award Watch List ... earned second team All-BIG EAST accolades after finishing the season with 175 saves ... finished the 2012 season ranked fourth in the NCAA at 11.67 saves per game ... started the season with 15 saves and a win against Holy Cross (Feb. 18) to achieve a spot on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll ... slowed the formidable Orange attack with 15 saves against Syracuse (March 10) to earn his second BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll selection of the year ... totaled 12 saves in back-to-back victories over Stony Brook (March 13) and Rutgers (March 17) ... earned a third BIG EAST Honor Roll nod of the season with a season-high saves at Georgetown (April 7) ... recorded 13 saves in both BIG EAST Championship games to earn All-Tournament honors.
As A Sophomore (2011): Started all fourteen games in net ... finished second in the nation in saves per game (12.64) by stopping 177 on the season ... named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week once and to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll four times ... made 16 saves in the season opening victory over Holy Cross (Feb. 19) to earn BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week honors ... stopped another 15 shots against Yale (Feb. 26) to grab a spot on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll ... recorded a career-high 18 saves against Georgetown (March 5) ... earned a spot on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll with a 14 save performance in a win over Providence (April 9) ... garnered another BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll selection after turning away 13 shots against Notre Dame (April 16) ... saved 16 Villanova (April 23) shots to be selected for the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll.
As A Freshman (2010): Saw action in 10 contests while starting eight games ... posted a season-best 16 saves in three separate contests ... earned a victory in his first career start against Vermont (March 20), registering 10 saves in an OT victory ... earned a place on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for his 16 saves in St. John's win over Rutgers (April 3) ... posted a season-best .583 save percentage and held Providence to five goals in a win (April 10).
At Severna Park: Played three seasons of lacrosse ... was captain for last two seasons ... won the 2007 State Regional and County Championship ... won the 2008 Regional County Championship ... in 2009, won coaches All County First Teams ... in 2007, won Capital Second Team All-County.
Off The Field: Jeffrey Clark Lowman ... born in Newark, Del. ... son of Gary and Jackie Lowman ... has one brother, Shawn (22) ... he's currently majoring in advertising ... enjoys star gazing, movies, Skype and dancing ... plays Jimmy Buffet, Hootie and the Blowfish and the Temptations on his iPod before a game ... he hopes to one day own an island ... named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star in 2010 ... aspires to be a country music star ... hopes to attend graduate school at the University of Texas ... nicknamed "Flowman."
Lowman Up Close
Favorite Book: "Tom Sawyer"
Favorite Movie: "Surf Ninjas"
Favorite TV Show: "Rocket Power"
Favorite Song: "Will You Be There" by Michael Jackson