NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. -- The "Lowery Loves the Kids" charity basketball game tipped off successfully Saturday night with a packed gym full of football standouts. Lowery, who played linebacker for Rutgers under Greg Schiano, discussed year three of his charity game and the return of many Scarlet Knights to New Brunswick.
March 23, 2015
The stars will shine Friday night at New Brunswick High School when a basketball charity event led by former Rutgers linebacker Antonio Lowery comes to town. The benefit for the Rotary Foundation and New Brunswick Teen Center features more than a dozen former Rutgers athletes.
March 11, 2013
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers' fifth straight loss came to Louisville on Friday, and the frustration and difficulty of the season is easily seen on the faces and in the reactions of players. Senior linebacker Antonio Lowery displayed the essence of the frustration during this interview following the loss to the Cardinals.
November 27, 2010
PITTSBURGH -- Rutgers has long been known for its strong defense, but in Saturday's loss to Pittsburgh, that was hardly the case. The Scarlet Knights allowed 513 yards of total offense and 206 rushing yards. Afterward, senior linebacker Antonio Lowery spoke to ScarletReport.com about the game, and what went wron with the usually reliable defense.
October 24, 2010
MIAMI -- The humidity and heat Saturday night at Florida International didn't affect Rutgers linbeacker Antonio Lowery, who led the team with nine tackles and also forced a first-half fumble in the Scarlet Knights' 19-14 win. Afterward, ScarletReport.com went one-on-one with Lowery to talk about the defense, the turnovers, and how he dealt with the conditions.
September 12, 2010
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Earlier this week ScarletReport.com asked for non-football-related questions to take to linebacker Antonio Lowery. We chose nine from the list and brought them to Lowery, who in turn told ScarletReport.com's readers about Tilapia Tuesday, conch, his feelings about snow, who has the upper hand on the field against his brother and much more.
September 10, 2010
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers finished its second practice of training camp Saturday, and afterward Antonio Lowery spoke to ScarletReport.com about his changed role, the outlook for the 2010 season and the biggest change in his offseason approach -- watching tons of film to gain a better understanding of offenses and also how Rutgers defense plays.
August 8, 2010
Rutgers senior linebacker Antonio Lowery was one of the players who met with the media a few days ago to discuss offseason workouts and the upcoming season. Among the things Lowery talked about was playing against his younger brother, Antwan, who is an offensive lineman, as well as the expectations of the offensive and defensive lines. Lowery also told ScarletReport.com how his role has changed.
July 3, 2010