Mark Lowry has stepped down as head coach of the Indy Eleven, the team announced Tuesday.
Lowry, 38, became the fourth non-interim coach in November 2021 and compiled a regular-season record of 25-28-15 over two seasons with the Indianapolis professional soccer team, which plays in the United Soccer League Championship Eastern Conference.
The Eleven went 12-17-5 under Lowry in 2022 and made the playoffs for the first time in four years in 2023 with a 13-11-10 regular-season record.
The team thanked Lowry for “his service with the club” and wished him “the very best in his future endeavors.” It said a search for a new head coach would begin immediately.
Lowry, a native of Birmingham, England, previously coached El Paso Locomotive FC in USL play for three seasons, compiling an overall record of 42 victories, 19 losses and 29 draws.