Bre Lowe joined the Hamilton College field hockey coaching staff as an assistant in May 2016. She helped guide the Continentals to a 9-6 record and a ranking as high as eighth (all-time best) in the Division III Top 20 coaches poll. Hamilton hosted a NESCAC championship quarterfinal for the second consecutive year. She coached an all-American and three players made the all-region and all-conference teams.
Lowe helped guide the Continentals to a 12-5 overall record, including 7-3 in the NESCAC, in her first year. The team advanced to the NESCAC championship semifinals for the first time and hosted their first NESCAC quarterfinal. The Continentals ended up at No. 13 in the final coaches poll. Lowe coached two all-Americans, four all-region selections, three all-conference picks and the NESCAC Defensive Player of the Year and NESCAC Rookie of the Year.
Lowe was an assistant coach at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn., from 2013 through the 2015 season. She helped lead the Lynx to a record of 42-18, including 20-4 in the Southern Athletic Association (SAA). Rhodes was an SAA championship finalist all three years and won two titles with Lowe on its staff. In 2015 the Lynx advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III championship with a 5-1 win against DePauw University -- the first NCAA victory in Rhodes field hockey program history.
Lowe was a two-year starter at midfield at Christopher Newport University from 2009 to 2012. She finished her 67-game career with four goals, five assists and seven defensive saves. Lowe and the Captains posted a record of 60-16 and made four NCAA postseason appearances. In 2012 she helped lead the team to a then-program record 17 wins, including an 8-2 romp against Gwynedd-Mercy College in the first round of the NCAA Division III championship. Lowe was selected the team's Most Valuable Player in 2011 and picked for the 2012 all-state team by Virginia's sports information directors. She was a member of the National Field Hockey Coaches Association's National Academic Squad all four years.
During her final semester at Christopher Newport, Lowe was an intern for the field hockey team and helped recruit, developed drills and coached players in practices. She has worked for the Stick Power Field Hockey Club as an U12/U14 head coach and U16/U19 assistant. Lowe was an assistant coach with USA Futures Elite, a field hockey Olympic development program, and coached a region Futures Tournament team. She served as an assistant coach for Heritage High School in Newport News, Va., from 2010 to 2012.
Lowe graduated from Christopher Newport with a degree in psychology and minors in sociology and leadership studies. She hails from Suffolk, Va.