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Tigers fall to Drexel on Senior Night

Towson’s offense never exactly got going as they were blown out by Drexel in their final game of the regular season. Towson clinched last place in the CAA Tournament.

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Miserable second half downs Tigers

Raven Bankston (pictured) and Dominique Johnson combined for 45 points, but had little help elsewhere as Towson lost to Northeastern, 81-63.

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TU wins 20th, TJPR becomes winningest player

On senior night, Timajh Parker-Rivera became Towson’s all-time winningest player as the Tigers secure their 20th win of the season by beating JMU.

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For Pat Skerry, Autism Awareness Week is more than just another game

Towson head coach Pat Skerry has taken great dedication to create Autism Awareness Week across college basketball. For him, it has a personal meaning.

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Defense delivers as Tigers shut down Elon

Towson held Elon to just 31-poercent shooting from the floor and shut them down for long stretches during the game as they pulled out a 67-56 victory.

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Johnson celebrates birthday with win over CofC

On her 22nd birthday, Dominique Johnson led the Tigers with 18 points to led her team to their first win in over a month, as they beat College of Charleston, 62-51.

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Morsell scores 34, offense explodes against W&M

Mike Morsell scored a career-high 34 points as the Towson men’s basketball team’s offense went off against William & Mary in a 99-82 victory.

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With Hawkins out, Tigers offense misses spark

With Byron Hawkins out with an ankle injury the Towson Tigers’ offense seemed to be missing a certain spark as they lost 47-44 to Northeastern.

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Poor third quarters sinks Tigers against Pride

Towson led by two at the half, but were out-scored 25-8 in the third quarter to allow Hofstra to take complete control of the game and the Pride never let go.

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Johnson’s milestone marred by team’s loss

Dominique Johnson made her 200th 3-pointer, but sloppy play doomed the Tigers against Delaware and led them to a 66-62 loss on Friday night.

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