The New England Free Jacks included Jordan Lowry on the 2019 exhibition squad against the Utah Warriors. The 28-year-old wing is 5’7″ and 170 lbs.
Jordan is from Highland, Utah and lives in Bellingham, Massachusetts. He attended Lone Peak High School, graduating in 2008. In high school, he played football and played rugby for United, which was the National runner ups. In his spare time he enjoyed snowboarding, wakeboarding and doing anything outdoors.
Jordan then attended Brigham Young University in 2009-2016 with the time spent for a Church Mission in Guatemala from 2010-2011. He graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training and is employed by TB12 Sports Therapy Center as a Body Coach since 2016 in Foxboro, MA.
Jordan has a distinction that only one other player can say. He won five National Championships for BYU in 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, and in 2015. He was a Collegiate All-American Honable Mention in 2014. He also played for Salt Lake City in the Elite City 7s in 2014.
Since moving to Massachusetts in 2016, Jordan has played rugby with Worcester Rugby Club. He enjoys spending his free time with his wife Jerika and daughter Georgia.
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