Craig Lowry begins his 11th season in the Stars athletic training staff, his sixth as associate athletic trainer. Lowry served as head athletic trainer for four seasons with Dallas’ then-American Hockey League affiliates in Utah (2003-04) and Iowa (2005-08). He was also a part of the Stars’ Stanley Cup championship club in 1999.
Lowry earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Abilene Christian University and a Masters of Education from Central State University in Edmond, Okla. Lowry worked as the assistant athletic trainer for the Amsterdam Admirals in the World League of American Football and as the head athletic trainer for the Rhein Fire, also in the WLAF.
Lowry resides in his native Dallas with his wife Toni and have three children, Matthew (25), a graduate of Florida State University, Spencer (22) and Morgan (21), who both are seniors at the University of Arkansas.