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  • Towson men's basketball enjoying first five-game winning streak in 13 years

    Towson men's basketball enjoying first five-game winning streak in 13 years
    The last time the Towson men's basketball team strung together five consecutive wins was the 2000-01 campaign when the Tigers eventually finished 12-17 overall and 7-11 in America East. This year's team is hoping for a different ending after racking...
  • Towson men's basketball loses to Northeastern on last-second 3-pointer

    Towson men's basketball loses to Northeastern on last-second 3-pointer
    Despite losing records overall and in the Colonial Athletic Association, the Northeastern men's basketball team was the kind of opponent Towson coach Pat Skerry was leery of. In fact, the day before Wednesday night's contest, Skerry had expressed his...
  • Towson football earns No. 7 seed, first-round bye in NCAA FCS tournament

    Towson football earns No. 7 seed, first-round bye in NCAA FCS tournament
    A day after achieving the program’s 10-win season since 1983, the Towson football team found another reward with the No. 7 seed and a first-round bye in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs Sunday morning. The Tigers (10-2) will not...
  • Towson football receives No. 7 seed, first-round bye in FCS playoffs

    Towson football receives No. 7 seed, first-round bye in FCS playoffs
    A year after being snubbed for a berth in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs, Towson today received the No. 7 seed and a first-round bye this year. The announcement by the NCAA means Towson will play host to the winner of a first-...
  • Collapse vs. Delaware sparked Towson defense to better play

    Collapse vs. Delaware sparked Towson defense to better play
    The Towson football team’s run to a No. 7 seed and a first-round bye in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision tournament had a lot to do with the play of junior running back Terrance West and his massive offensive line. But the defense had...
  • Towson football fortifies FCS resume with 28-17 win over James Madison

    Entering Saturday's Senior Game against Colonial Athletic Association rival James Madison, No. 7 Towson knew that a berth in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs was no guarantee after being snubbed last season. Behind a career day from...
  • Family tragedy inspired guard's success on court

    Family tragedy inspired guard's success on court
    Dominique Johnson was on her way to a youth basketball tournament nearly 10 years ago in Hershey, Pa., when she spoke on the phone with her brother, Josh, a former student at Laurel High who had moved out of the area. He wished his sister good luck in...
  • State basketball: Knorr helps Navy rally past UMES, 67-59

    Kendall Knorr set a career high with 17 points and scored the final seven points of the game as host Navy (4-3) overcame a nine-point first-half deficit to earn a 67-59 victory over UMES (2-3) on Tuesday night. The Hawks led 28-19 with 5:09 to play in...
  • State basketball: No. 6 Terps women fall to Virginia, 86-72

    Alyssa Thomas had a game-high 27 points, but No. 6 Maryland was outscored by 18 points in the second half as Virginia upset the visiting Terps, 86-72, Thursday night. The loss ended a 14-game winning streak by Maryland (16-2, 4-1 Atlantic Coast...
  • After loss, Towson must deal with CAA leader Delaware

    After loss, Towson must deal with CAA leader Delaware
    After a stunning three-point loss to Northeastern Wednesday night, the Towson men's basketball team had just two days to lick its wounds and craft a game plan against Colonial Athletic Association leader Delaware. That was fine with Marcus Damas. "That'...
  • Slow start again too much for Towson men to overcome in 83-76 loss at Delaware

    Slow start again too much for Towson men to overcome in 83-76 loss at Delaware
    NEWARK, DEL. — Towson coach Pat Skerry wondered if it was the longest basketball game in which he’d ever been involved. But it might have benefited the Tigers if they had more than the two hours and 15 minutes they spent trying to cope...
  • Q&A with ESPN lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon

    Q&A with ESPN lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon
    The 2014 campaign opens this Saturday when High Point visits Delaware and Lehigh tangles with Furman, but the season doesn’t begin locally until Feb. 7 when Loyola travels to Virginia. That means it’s time to check in with ESPN analyst and...