Lowden currently ranks fourth among FSU's all-time scoring leaders with 199 career points on 74 goals and 125 assists in 158 contests and is the school's record holder for most career hat tricks (five). Lowden, who hails from Agincourt, Ontario, is listed eighth in career goals scored (74) and second in career assists (125). His 68 points (28-40–68) in the 1985-86 campaign is fourth best among the program's single-season leaders while his 55 points (23-32–55) in the 1984-85 season is 13th highest in team history. In single-season goal scoring, Lowden is tied for fifth with 28 tallies during the 1985-86 season and his 23 goals in the 1984-85 campaign ties him for 13th place. He ranks tied for fourth place in single-season assists with 40 in the 1985-86 season and is tied for 15th place with 32 assists in the 1984-85 campaign. A tri-captain for the 1985-86 campaign, Lowden shared 1983-84 FSU Rookie of the Year honors with his brother (Paul). He was honored with the Lloyd Earl Trophy as the team's top points getter in 1984-85 (55 points) and also shared 1985-86 team Most Valuable Player kudos with his brother. He presently holds or shares FSU single-season records for most games played (43 in 1986-87) and most four-goal games (one - 1984-85). He compiled a school-best 11 points (5-6–11) in a two-game series against Michigan (1/4-5/85) and shares a FSU mark for most points (3-2–5) in a period. He went on to play pro hockey in Germany while also serving as captain and assistant coach. He has residences in Illerzell, Germany and Caledon East, Ontario.