#11 Ian Lowe
|HOMETOWN||Bradwardine, Manitoba (MJHL- Swan Valley)|
- Academic All-CHA
- Second-Team All-College Hockey America
- Two-time CHA Offensive Player of the Week
- INCH CHA Breakthrough Player of the Year
Is one of eight BSU players to log time in all 36 games this season... Has seen action in 50 consecutive games... Has anchored the right wing of the Beavers’ top scoring line all season... Sits second on the team with a +25 plus/minus rating... Ranks third on the team in scoring with 21-9=30 points... Leads the team in goals (21) and power-play goals (8)... Ranked fourth in the CHA with 11-7-18 points in league play... Opened the season with the game-winning goal in the Oct. 9, 3-1 victory versus Air Force... Recorded four points in a series sweep over Ala.-Huntsville Nov. 20-21 with a career-high two assists in the 6-3 victory (11/21/09)... Posted the first two-goal game of his collegiate career in a 8-2 victory over Niagara Dec. 4... Led the Beavers to a 4-1 win over No. 4 Minnesota Duluth Jan. 22 with two goals and an assist on the game-winner... The three-point night sparked a three-game stretch during which the junior posted five goals and four assists... Collected two goals, which included an unassisted tally along with the game-winner, and two assists to establish a career-high for points in a game Jan. 29... Netted the game-winning goal in the final contest ever played in the John S. Glas Fieldhouse Feb. 20 as the Beavers defeated Niagara 6-1... Has been clutch when the game is on the line down the stretch netting game-tying goals in 2-2 draw at Ala.-Huntsville Mar. 6 and a 3-3 overtime tie in the CHA Tournament third-place game Mar. 13.
- Academic All-CHA
Saw action in 32 games, including the Beavers’ last 15... Was on the starting forward line six times... His 2008-09 total of 2-8=10 points was a mirror image of his total as a freshman... Opened the season with an assist at Minnesota State Oct. 10... Posted a helper in each game of the Nov. 7-8 CHA series at Ala.-Huntsville as the Beavers swept the Chargers 3-1 and 4-2... Scored his first goal of the season on the power-play at Minnesota Duluth Jan. 17... Recorded assists in back-to-back games versus Robert Morris Jan. 30-31 to help the Beavers button up a series sweep in Pittsburgh, Pa... Scored a goal and added an assist in a series sweep at Niagara Feb. 19-20 to conclude his offensive output as a sophomore.
Like so many of BSU’s 2007-08 freshman, Lowe took some time to adjust to the collegiate game, but by the end of the season, the rookie had assimilated and was a regular contributor to the Beavers’ effort... Recorded 2-8=10 points to rank second among BSU newcomers... Played in just nine of the first 21 games of the season with three assists... Netted two goals and five assists as he saw time in each of the Beavers’ final 15 contests of the season... Registered both of his goals during CHA play... Lowe’s 2-4=6 points in league play matched teammate Ryan Cramer for 10th on the CHA Rookie Scoring charts...The Beavers were a perfect 2-0 when Lowe found the back of the net.
Made his Bemidji State debut in a 3-0 victory versus Army (10/13/07)... Posted an assist on the game-winning goal for his first collegiate point...The first goal of his BSU career came on the power-play in a 7-1 win over Ala.-Huntsville (1/12/08).
His other marker as a freshman came in a 7-5 victory over Wayne State in the team’s final series of the season.
Prior to BSU
Played four seasons with the Swan Valley Stampeders of the MJHL before coming to BSU... In 254 games, scored 107-201=308 points... Led the Stampeders in scoring each of his last three seasons earning the team’s MVP award twice... In 2006-07, he totaled career-highs of 34-57=91 points with 132 penalty minutes in 54 games... Earned a spot in the inaugural prospects East-West game... Garnered second star in the contest... Remains the Stampeders' all-time leading scorer, sitting atop Swan Vally's assists list, while he ranks second on the club's career goals list.
Ian Daniel Lowe... Born Sept. 4, 1986... Son of Kerry and Teresa Lowe... Is majoring in industrial technology.