Staci Lowe

Staci LoweAthlete • Inducted 2007

One of only a few three-sport athletes in JCCC history, Staci Lowe was 1995 NJCAA national champion in the javelin posting a mark of 153-2. Her effort helped JCCC to a fifth-place team finish at nationals. She set the school record earlier in the season with a mark of 157-5. She still owns the top five marks ever posted in team history. She was also the Region VI and East Jayhawk Conference champion in the javelin and the record holder.

Lowe also played two seasons for the JCCC women’s basketball team and one year for the volleyball team. The volleyball team went 37-14 and were crowned conference champions. She received the team’s Cavalier Award that season. Lowe began her collegiate career at Kansas State University. As a freshman, she placed fifth at the Big 8 championship in the javelin, and earned Academic All-Big 8 honors. After her time at JCCC, Lowe returned to KSU where she captured the final Big 8 championship in the javelin in 1996, and the first Big 12 championship in the javelin in 1997. She also earned Academic Big 12 honors her junior and senior years. Lowe also earned USAA All-American Scholar honors in 1996 and 1997. In 2000, Lowe ranked 16th in the U.S. in the women’s javelin.