Head Men's Basketball Coach
The former highly successful Coach at Middlesex County College led the program from 2006-2010. During his tenure at Middlesex, Coach Lowery led his teams to an overall record of 88-28 and a Garden State Athletic Conference record of 64-13. His teams won 3 straight GSAC championships (07, 08, 09), 1 Region XIX championship runner-up (07), 1 Region XIX championship (08), and a National Championship tournament run (08).
Coach Lowery was honored as the GSAC and Region XIX Coach of The Year in 2008. During his four-year tenure at Middlesex College coach Lowery recruited 2 players that earned All-American honors, 1 player that scored over 1200 points, another who scored over 950 points, 4 players who earned 1st team All-Region, and 3 players who earned 2nd team All-Region. Coach Lowery is regarded as the most successful coach in the history of Middlesex County College’s athletic program.
Before heading to Middlesex County College, Coach Lowery was an assistant coach at Bloomfield College for 1 year. During his short tenure there, Lowery helped lead the Men’s Basketball program to the Regular Season CACC Championship, CACC Tournament Championship, and the NCAA division II tournament in 2006.
From 2001-2005 Coach Lowery was the Head Boy’s Basketball coach at Hillside High School. Coach Lowery led his teams to an overall record of 77-26, two Mountain Valley Conference Championships, and two state sectional final appearances. Coach Lowery was named Mountain Valley Coach of the Year in 2004 and Union County Coach of the Year in 2005.
He began his coaching career in 1998 as the Freshman Boy’s basketball coach at the young age of 23 and was promoted to Head Varsity Coach in 2001, making him the youngest Head coach in the state (26) at the time. Coach Lowery graduated in 1993 from Piscataway High School, where he was a standout varsity basketball and football player for three years. Lowery went on to play basketball at Rutgers-Newark University and earned his Sociology degree in 1998. Lowery also completed his Masters Degree in Administration and Supervision from Saint Peters College in 2002. Currently, Coach Lowery is also a Principal at Franklin Elementary School in Union Township, New Jersey. Coach Lowery is married to the former Kimberly Montalvo and has two beautiful daughters Cameran Lowery (6) and Caylin Lowery (5). Coach Lowery strongly believes “Success comes to those who have faith and the ability to attain the necessary resources to execute a well thought out plan.”
Head Women's Basketball Coach
Head Women's Coach Mitchell is entering his sixth season as head coach of the Lady Wolverines. His teams to date have compiled a 97-57 record with 3 trips to the Region XIX semi finals. A 1977 graduate of the college Mitchell spent 4 years as an assistant coach to the men's team.
After earning his ECC associate degree ECC Mitchell attended Chicago State. Mitchell has spent the past 26 years coaching the sport he loves and has assisted over 150 student athletes in getting college scholarships and becoming better citizens.