When the Towson men’s lacrosse program sits back and reviews its 2019 season, Wednesday night might prove to be the turning point.
Using a plethora of solid performances from a variety of positions, the No. 7 Tigers secured their second upset of the year by shocking top-ranked Loyola Maryland, 12-10, at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson.
Before an announced crowd of 2,534, the second-largest for a Tigers home game in February since 2002, Towson remained perfect with a 4-0 record while knocking the Greyhounds from the ranks of the unbeaten with their first loss in four games.
“I’m excited for our program to earn a tough win over a top team like Loyola,” coach Shawn...