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Trey Lowe


At the age of 6 Trey knew he wanted to be a basketball player. Every second of his free time was spent either in a gym or shooting on an outdoor court. His family knew he had a special talent for the game and committed themselves to providing him with endless support. There were countless weekend traveling for AAU tournaments all across the country but they never cared because it was Trey's passion and seeing him happy made them happy. 

As he grew up his passion grew as well. His hard work paid off when he earned full-ride scholarships to various D1 schools. He eventually committed to go to Temple University to be close to family. After college he decided to spread his love for the game and give back to his hometown by being one of the youngest basketball coaches Ewing High has ever had. He takes pride in coaching his players and helping them become the basketball player they want to be.

Basketball Career



Temple University


Ewing High School

Trey had a short but impressive career at temple before a life threatening injury. Post injury he focused on being a loyal teammate and an excellent student, graduating in 2020 with his masters in Liberal Arts.

He was First Team All-State selection as a senior, Second Team All-State as a junior, Colonial Valley Conference’s all-time leading scorer in his first game of senior season. His 2,492 points make him the second highest-scoring boys player in Mercer County high school basketball shy 132 points. He averaged 24.9 points, 9.3 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 2.9 steals per game for Ewing as a senior. Third-leading scorer in the state of New Jersey as a junior, averaging 27.8 points, 3.6 assists and 2.3 steals per game in leading Ewing to a 27-5 record and the Group 3 state championship game. As a sophomore, he tallied 22.9 points per game. He was 2014 The Trentonian Sportsman of the Year.



Trey played for various AAU teams starting at the age 8 until he ventured into the Nike, Under Armour and Adidas basketball scene. This is where he molded into the basketball player he wanted to be. In 2014, as a player on Team Final, he played a critical role in helping the team become the best in the country. 

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