Guard Four McGlynn hit Abilene Christian with a flurry of 3-pointers in the first half, and host Towson completed a three-game sweep of the Battle 4 Atlantis mainland tournament, 74-47, on Saturday.
The Tigers (6-2) never trailed on the way to their 10th consecutive home-court victory and sixth at SECU Arena, which opened this season. Towson is off to its best start since it moved to Division I for the 1979-80 season.
Guard Rafriel Guthrie came off the bench to add a team-high 15 points. Forward Marcus Damas contributed 14 points and five rebounds, and forward Jerrelle Benimon added 13 points, seven rebounds and five assists.
The closest Abilene Christian (2-8) got in the second half was within 16 points.
St. Mary's 64, Franklin & Marshall 61: The Seahawks trailed by one in the final minute, but two free throws by Kyle Wise with 22 seconds left gave them the lead, and two more by Troy Spurrier put the game away as visiting St. Mary's (3-1) topped the Diplomats (2-4).
Nick Laguerre led the Seahawks with 14 points.
Stevenson 85, NYU-Poly 61: Alfonzo Hawkins led all scorers with 26 points on 11-for-14 shooting as the Mustangs (4-1) topped the host Blue Jays (1-3).
Pomona-Pitzer 57, Johns Hopkins 56: The Blue Jays (4-3) held the Sagehens (3-2) to two points in the final six minutes, but the rally fell short at the Wells Classic at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
Gene Williams made a layup with 2.8 seconds to pull Hopkins within one. Pomona-Pitzer missed a final free throw, but the Blue Jays couldn't make a 70-foot shot at the buzzer.
No. 8 Maryland 84, Ohio 60: Freshman Lexie Brown scored a career-high 16 points and Alyssa Thomas added her seventh straight double double to help the Terps (7-1) beat the Bobcats (3-2) at the San Juan Shootout in Puerto Rico.
Thomas added 13 points and 10 rebounds, and sophomore Malina Howard added 13 points as well. Redshirt sophomore Brene Moseley had 12 points and nine assists.
"I was really proud how we kept up our level of play on short rest from yesterday [after a 100-59 win over Texas Southern]," head coach Brenda Frese said. "It was great to see Lexie and Brene score as well as distribute. Just proud of how we got down to business when we needed to this weekend."
Ohio came out strong, holding a 14-11 lead after seven minutes. But Brown sank a 3-pointer to spark a Terps 9-0 run for a 20-143 lead. Maryland led 44-25 lead at halftime. Brown led with seven points in the spurt.
Maryland maintained its lead throughout the second half off nine of Brown's points and over 40 percent shooting from the field.
The Terrapins owned the glass 48-27 and beat the Bobcats inside 44-18.
Navy 75, Rider 64: The host Mids (6-2) used a 23-9 run to beat the Broncs (2-5) at the Navy Classic.
Chloe Stapleton led Navy with 17 points. Jade Geif and Kara Pollinger each had 15 points for the Mids.
Coppin State 71, Virginia Union 69: Larrisa Carter made a pair of foul shots with three seconds left to lift the host Eagles (3-3) over the Panthers (1-4).
Brown 92, UMBC 53: The Retrievers (1-7) could not keep the Bears (3-3) from connecting on the long ball, as Brown shot 53.6 percent from beyond the arc and knocked down 15 3-pointers to defeat UMBC on the second day of the Navy Classic in Annapolis.
Messiah 70, Johns Hopkins 66: Taylor Miller (12 points) made a 3-pointer with 35 seconds left as the host Falcons (4-1) beat Blue Jays (4-2).
Stevenson 72, NYU-Poly 38: Kayla Kelly (Centennial) had 12 points, and the visiting Mustangs (2-3) won their second straight. The Blue Jays fell to 1-4.
Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.