In his 10th season at UMass Boston, Tyler Low led his squad to the Little East championship. With a combination of homegrown talent like Darragh Fahey (Walpole, Mass.) and high-level transfers like Conor Lenfest (Waltham, Mass.) and Gavin Admirand (Marshfield, Mass.), the Beacons tore through opponents all season. Low, who also helps run Primetime Lacrosse events and camps, has established himself as one of the cornerstones of lacrosse in the metro area.
Kyle Devitte: How did you get started in lacrosse?
Tyler Low: I was primarily a hockey player growing up. I played lacrosse starting in fifth grade, but it was always secondary to hockey for me. I went through the recruiting process more for hockey than lacrosse coming out of high school. It was very fortunate that I chose to go to Babson. I got an opportunity to continue to play lacrosse for Jim Castrataro. He was certainly a mentor for me as a coach and gave me an opportunity. I was definitely more raw as a lacrosse player coming in.