Lowden is FSU's all-time leading scorer with 208 career points on 101 goals and 107 assists in 158 games. He also is the school's career record holder in goals scored (101) and ranks sixth in career assists (107). Lowden garnered team MVP honors in the 1986-87 season after being a co-recipient of the award in the previous campaign. He was a two-time Lloyd Earl Trophy winner as the team's top scorer and shared FSU Rookie of the Year honors with his brother (Peter) in the 1983-84 season.
The Agincourt, Ontario product was team tri-captain in the 1985-86 campaign before becoming team captain in 1986-87. He currently holds or shares school career records for most power play goals (43), most game-winning goals (10) and most four-goal games (four). He is a member of the 20th Anniversary All-Time Bulldog Hockey Team. A 1985-86 All-Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) Honorable Mention pick, Lowden earned CCHA All-Academic Honorable Mention laurels in 1984-85. The four-time leading scorer for Germany's Memmingen team (1988-92), he twice was a first team All-Star and Player of the Year in 1989-90. He serves as Athletics Director and hockey coach at Davenport University. He and his wife, Lisa, a 1988 Ferris television production graduate, reside in Grand Rapids. They have two daughters, Kristyn, 11, and Kaitlyn, 10, and a son, Kyler, one.