Congratulations, Paige Lowry – Fairfield University

College commit story by PhilaFH

College Commitment: Fairfield University
NCAA Division I / MAAC
committed Jan. 2018

Intended major: Liberal Arts

On choosing Fairfield: “From the first time I visited Fairfield University, I felt it was the right college for me. The academics, the campus and the field hockey program matched the type of school and program I was looking for in my college search. I was immediately impressed with Coach Kane’s program and her players, and look forward to continuing to play at Fairfield.”

Other programs considered: Villanova, Lafayette and Richmond

Field hockey honors: varsity starter freshman, sophomore, junior year; captain junior year; First team All-Main Line; Second team All-Delco

Other sports: Radnor Rec Basketball

Best field hockey moment: “My best field hockey moment is when my U16 team won our pool at the national hockey festival in 2017. I was so proud to bring our first medal home from this tournament to our club. My team worked so hard and was so determined to win.”

Field hockey goals: “My field hockey goals are to win as many tournaments as I can with my club and to make it to the state playoffs with my high school team. At Fairfield, I hope to make an impact on the team and to help continue winning the MAAC conference title.”

Lowry’s shout-out: “I would first like to thank my parents for helping me make the right decision. I would also like to thank all of my Main Line Mayhem coaches who have helped me become the player I am today. Lastly, I would like to thank my coach Alex McMahan for always believing in me and supporting me through this process.”

The Main Line Field Hockey Club

The Main Line Field Hockey Club (“Mayhem”) is the first field hockey club to offer advanced skills development in the heart of the Main Line of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. MAYHEM is about MORE than just field hockey. It’s about building confidence in young women that will change their lives, and it’s about coaches who are not only experts in their craft but who serve as role models.