CAREER: Justin Lowery has emerged as the starting goalkeeper for the Panthers, accumulating an impressive 1.57 goals against average and .755 save percentage for his career...1.57 goals against average is the 10th lowest in Pitt history...his 51 goals against is 5th lowest in Pitt history...has six career shutouts.
2004: Improved his stats in goals against average and in save percentage, improving to a 1.32 goals against average and a .783 save percentage...started 9 of 10 Big East Conference games...recorded a season-high eight saves at Long Island, and had seven saves twice (at West Virginia and vs. Syracuse)...recorded three shutouts in 2004 (vs. Canisius, at Long Island, vs. Providence)...finished season with 65 saves in 13 games.
2003: Saw his first action as Pittsburgh's goalkeeper, starting all 18 games in 2003...recorded 88 saves and registered three crucial shutouts (all 1-0 victories against Boston College, St. Francis, Pa., and Niagara) in 2003...earned Big East Goalkeeper of the Week honors for his outstanding play in the Boston College game...registered seven saves on four different occassions (at Georgetown, at Seton Hall, vs. Rutgers, vs. Hartwick)...recorded a season high nine saves in a 2-0 loss against Notre Dame.
2002: Did not see any game action but served as the Panthers' No. 2 keeper behind All-Big East Third Team goalkeeper Justin Gaul.
2001: Redshirted as a true freshman.
HIGH SCHOOL:Earned four varsity letters in soccer at The Paideia School while playing for Carl Rosenbaum...named to Gwinnett County All-Star Team in 2000...named to Gwinnett County All-Freshmen Team in 1997...starting goalkeeper for Georgia State Olympic Development team...played as forward at Paideia and scored 54 goals and 41 assists in his final two seasons...also lettered three times in basketball and earned one letter in football...1999-2000 National Merit Scholar.
PERSONAL: Born June 19, 1983...son of Brenda Lowery...has one brother and one sister...majors in architectural studies.
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