No decision on Towson's Seaman until later in the week

An athletic department spokesman said Tuesday that the school is still in the process of evaluating head coach Tony Seaman's tenure at Towson.

Seaman, who boasts a career record of 260-156 in 29 years and a school mark of 96-83 in 12 seasons, needed to guide the team to its first postseason berth since 2007 to impress school officials, but for the second consecutive season, the Tigers fell in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament final – just one victory away from clinching the automatic qualifier and making an appearance.

The spokesman said that a decision on Seaman, who was named the conference Coach of the Year last Friday, likely won't be forthcoming until at least the end of this week and possibly the early part of next week.

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