Jake Lowery inducted into JMU Athletics Hall of Fame

Six elite student-athletes and three former head coaches were among the eight individuals selected for the James Madison Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2022, the 34th class to be inducted, according to a recent press release from JMU.

 The Hall of Fame Class of 2022 includes standout swimmer (1997-2001) and coach (2004-2013) Samantha Smith Barany, former women’s basketball head coach Kenny Brooks (2002-2016) and one of his star athletes, Dawn Evans (2007-2011), football quarterback Rodney Landers (2005-2008), long-time women’s soccer head coach Dave Lombardo (1990-2017), baseball catcher Jake Lowery (2009-2011), track runner Anthony Wallace (2000-2003) and golfer Jay Woodson (2000-2004).

 The induction ceremony was held Friday, September 9, at the JMU Festival and Conference Center in Harrisonburg.

Baseball runs in the bloodline

Tim Lowery was proud to attend the induction of his eldest son, Jake, into the JMU Hall of Fame. T. Lowery attended with his wife Lori, mother-in-law Mary Ann, daughter-in-law Karlyn, and two grandchildren, T.J., and Kinsley.

Tim was a standout ball player in Lancaster County where he played ball all through high school….

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