Tri West hoop star signs to play for Foresters

Tri West High School senior Randall Lowe has signed a Letter of Intent to continue his basketball career at Huntington University next fall.

As a sophomore, he led his team to a sectional championship, averaging 20 points per game. This past season, Low averaged 17 points per game.

Lowe's accomplishments on the court have earned him numerous accolades over the last several years. He currently holds Tri West's single season scoring record, having scored 480 points during his sophomore season. As a sophomore and junior, he was a Sagamore First Team All-Conference selection and was named to the All Hendricks County, All Metro West and All Sectional teams. Lowe also made the list of Top 100 Underclassmen as a sophomore.

Huntington University head coach, Ty Platt, is looking forward to Lowe's contributions.

"We are very excited that Randall will be joining our Forester basketball program next season," says Coach Platt. "He is a multi-talented guard who can flat out score. He is a quick, strong, athletic player who has the tools to be a very good college player. Randall has the potential to come in and contribute right away."

During the past decade, the Huntington University men's basketball program has won five Mid-Central Conference (MCC) titles, five MCC tournament titles, and has had seven NAIA National Tournament appearances, including two Final Fours and a National Runner-Up finish in 2006.
Over the 10-year span, the program has also produced 12 NAIA All-Americans and eight MCC Players of the Year. The Foresters have had eight consecutive seasons with at least 20 wins.