Angie Loy

Angie Loy

Hockey player, participant of the 2008 Olympics
Date of Birth: 23.04.1982
Country: USA

Content:
  1. Biography of Angie Lowe
  2. Early Years and Sporting Success
  3. Continued Success and Volunteer Work

Biography of Angie Lowe

Angie Lowe, a well-known American athlete, is a talented hockey player and forward, participating in numerous competitions and winning multiple awards. She was born on April 23, 1982, in Pennsylvania, to Linda and Robert Lowe. Angie has a brother and a sister. From a young age, she developed a passion for field hockey and soon realized her dedication to the sport. At the age of thirteen, Angie first stepped onto a sports field, where her coach quickly noticed her abilities and prepared her for serious games.

Early Years and Sporting Success

After some time, Angie started playing for her own school, West Perry High School, while also excelling in softball, basketball, and cycling. Interestingly, her sister Becky also played field hockey and was a member of the ODU team from 1998 to 2002. It turned out that Angie was a versatile athlete, capable of succeeding in multiple sports.

Angie played exceptionally well in the First Team All-American and was named the Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year in 2003. She also participated in field hockey matches representing Old Dominion University. In the same year, Angie was selected for the Senior National Team and made her debut in the U.S. Field Hockey National Team in December. She quickly became a part of the national team and participated in the Pan American Games in Barbados.

Continued Success and Volunteer Work

In the summer of 2005, Angie successfully competed in the Champions Challenge held at the National Training Center in Virginia Beach. After completing her studies at the university, she utilized her degree in physical education and sports and became a volunteer in one of the hockey teams in 2005.

Currently, Angie continues her athletic career and holds the distinction of being the third Lady Monarch in the history of field hockey. For four years, she has regularly received prestigious awards from the National Field Hockey Coaches' Association (NFHCA).

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