|High School:||St. Bernard|
2012: First team All-Ivy League as a starting pitcher ... co-captain ... Columbia's number one starter on the weekends ... team's Cy Young award winner ... made nine starts on the mound ... worked to a 2.35 earned run average and a 1.80 ERA in Ivy League games ... each number was the lowest among all Ivy League pitchers ... struck out 46 batters in 53 2/3 innings ... notched 30 strikeouts in 30 innings during Ivy play ... allowed one home run all season ... opponents batted .241 against the right-hander ... allowed two earned runs or fewer in six of his nine starts ... threw two complete games, including one shutout ... allowed three runs and struck out four in six innings on opening day at The Citadel ... complete-game shutout came in a 6-0 win at Holy Cross ... allowed just four singles, no walks and struck out seven in the win ... allowed one run on six hits, fanned six batters in complete-game victory in Ivy opener vs. Yale ... allowed two singles, no walks and struck out eight over six innings at Cornell ... yielded an unearned run on two hits in 4-1 win over Princeton ... collected seven strikeouts and allowed one earned run in 5 2/3 innigns of 12-2 victory at Penn.
2011: Started all nine games as Columbia's first starter on the weekend ... second on the team with 37 strikeouts ... notched a career-high eight strikeouts in league opener vs. Dartmouth ... allowed two runs over six innings in series opener at South Alabama ... struck out seven Central Florida batters over five innings ... allowed one earned run on three hits, struck out six in series opener at Brown ... did not allow an earned run and yielded four hits in complete-game victory over Cornell.
2010: Ivy League Pitcher of the Year ... Columbia's first hurler to gain the award since 1983 (Kurt Lundgren) ... started 10 of 11 games in which he appeared ... posted 5-3 record with 3.46 earned run average ... four complete games ... opponents batted .224 against him, the lowest among Ivy League pitchers ... Columbia's first starting pitcher on the weekend ... eight of his 10 starts were quality starts (three earned runs or fewer in six or more innings pitched) ... allowed two runs or fewer in seven starts ... capped a stellar season with a nine-inning complete-game victory over Dartmouth in game one of the Ivy League Championship Series ... picked up first win of the season with eight terrific innings at Winthrop ... tossed a complete-game three-hitter at Penn on final weekend of regular season ... allowed two runs in six innings to earn win in series opener at Dartmouth in April ... allowed just one earned run in seven-inning complete game victory over Princeton in opener of four-game series.
2009: Pitched in 11 games ... made four starts ... earned two saves ... first collegiate start came at San Diego, when he allowed two earned runs in five innings, striking out five ... tossed a perfect ninth inning at Yale to gain first collegiate save ... struck out two in a perfect ninth at Fordham for the save ... allowed one run in six innings in second game with Cornell, striking out six, a career high ... tossed a scoreless inning in home opener vs. St. John's.
At St. Bernard: Lettered in baseball and basketball ... captain of baseball team as a senior ... Norwich Bulletin Player of the Year as a senior ... New London Day player of the year as a senior ... CCHSCA all-state in 2008 ... two-time All-Eastern CT Conference ... 9-2 record as a senior with 96 strikeouts and a 1.05 ERA in 60 innings ...won three of four games en route to the Class S state championship as a junior ... had a 19-3 career record.
Personal: History major ... son of Michele and Frank Lowery ... Patrick Morrison Lowery, b. April 2, 1990 in Norwich, Conn.