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Morsell lifts Tigers past Blue Hens in OT thriller

Mike Morsells cored a career-high 24 points and hit the go-ahead three late in overtime to lead Towson to a 101-97 win against Delaware.

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Star shines bright on Towson’s Adala Moto

Arnaud William Adala Moto looks to be yet another great transfer to Towson and has helped turn them into one of the top teams in the CAA.

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Poor second quarter dooms Tigers against JMU

While Brianna Bush was an asset inside for Towson, the overall size and length of James Madison troubled the Tigers as they lost to the Dukes, 64-57.

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Offense stalls for Tigers against Charleston

Towson shot the ball very poorly and the College of Charleston’s defense played well in an ugly 40-37 loss on Thursday night.

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Foster embracing role as Towson’s sixth man

Walter Foster started last year and the first five games this year, but since being moved to the bench he has become one of the big keys to his team’s success.

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Hot starts pushes Tigers to rout of Drexel

Towson made over half of their shots and led by 21 points and halftime on their way to a 69-50 win over Drexel for their third conference win in four outings.

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Career-marks highlight TU’s win over Elon

Dominique Johnson broke Towson’s record for most three’s in a career and dished her 300th assists while Raven Bankston scored her 1,000th point in the win.

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Timajh Parker-Rivera: A legacy of winning

Timajh Parker-Rivera has helped Towson to the greatest turnaround in NCAA history and has a chance to be there winningest player in Division I history.

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Tigers lose close battle to UNCW

Towson had a chance to tie the game in the final seconds but the shot would not fall and UNC Wilmington walked away with a 52-49 victory.

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Huge third quarter puts Tribe past Tigers

William & Mary outscored Towson’s women’s basketball team 26-7 in the third quarter on their way to a 73-54 victory over the Tigers.

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