There were two hard hit balls by the Hot Rods. Robbie Tenerowicz began the second with a line drive to shortstop Hector Vargas, who made the play. In the fourth, Lowe lined hard to Taylor Trammell in left. The 27 outs included nine strikeouts, seven flyouts, nine groundouts, and one runner caught stealing.
The no-hitter came 24 hours after Dragons pitcher Tony Santillan took a perfect game into the seventh on Friday before surrendering two hits.
The Dragons improved to 29-13. They are 18-4 over their last 22 games and 17-2 over their last 19 home games.
Dayton, which scored both of its runs in the second, hosts the Hot Rods (17-23) again Sunday at 2:07 p.m.