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Page Lowry Ends RHS Field Hockey Career With Most Goals

November 28, 2018

Page Lowry Ends Radnor Field Hockey Career with School Record for Single Season Goals

 
 

The RHS Senior Was Recognized for Her 32 Goals at the Nov. 27 School Board Meeting

 
 
Page Lowry Radnor High School field hockey captain Page Lowry recently completed an historic - if bittersweet - last year as a Raider. While her team missed out on States after a strong regular season, the senior forward ended her high school career as the RHS new record-holder for single season goals, scoring 32. Page is also believed to be the field hockey program's all-time leading scorer.
 
For her outstanding accomplishment, Page was recognized by the RTSD School Board at its Nov. 27 meeting.
 
“It’s very exciting,” Page said of this accomplishment. "I’ve worked really hard for it!"
 
The previous single season scoring record was set by Ashley Brennan ('04), who scored 17 goals during the 2003 season. Page passed that milestone during the team's regular season win over Marple Newtown on Oct. 4.
 
Page attributes her success to those around her.

“We play as a team," Page said. "We play so well together.”
 
At one point in the season, the Raiders won 15 straight, outscoring their opponents 81-9 over the that stretch. Sadly, the team fell to Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School 2-0 in a game that determined a berth in the state tournament.

Page attended St. Katharine of Siena in Wayne through 8th-grade, joining the district as a freshman. She started playing field hockey in 4th-grade, attending clinics alongside her three sisters before competing as a member of her St. Katharine teams in grades 5-8. She also competes as a member of the Main Line Field Hockey Club, Mayhem. 

In addition to field hockey, Page participates in the RHS SpeakUp! program and Women in Business club. She will continue both her academic and field hockey career at Fairfield University in Connecticut next fall. 
 
Pictured above, right: Page at the Nov. 27 School Board meeting with her parents and grandparents