By Matt Browning
Nick Lowe, who now plays football at Louisiana-Monroe, was chosen for the Butler Community College profile for October. Lowe played for the Grizzlies 2019-2021.
“My experience at Butler was great. I was close to home which was good for my first time in college,” Lowe said. “The faculty and staff are fantastic. They are very helpful in making the transition from high school. I also met some of my best friends there. It was a bunch of kids from all around Kansas that I had not met before. It helps to give Butler that feeling of being home.”
Playing for a coaching staff at Butler that experienced success was a significant part of why Lowe liked playing for the Grizzlies.
“The coaches are former players that won National Championships and they know the standard that it takes to achieve success and they hold the players to that standard,” Lowe said.
One of Lowe’s favorite memories at Butler making friendships that he envisions will last forever.
“A lasting memory that I experienced at Butler was meeting my best friends Seth Falley and J.J. Crawford,” Lowe said. “Both are Kansas kids that grew up very close to me but had never really met. J.J. and I played youth baseball together but did not keep in touch after. They are now some of my closest friends and that is all because of the time we spent at Butler together.”