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Tigers come up short against William & Mary

Towson was able to respond to William & Mary’s scoring drives but couldn’t come up with enough to beat No. 7 William & Mary.

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Williams sets rushing record at FDU Florham

Junior Devonte Williams totaled only 165 yards in his career before breaking the Stevenson record and going for 298 against FDU-Florham.

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Terps give ball away fives time in loss to MSU

Maryland turned the ball over five times and Maryland’s offense was never able to get off the ground as they lost to Michigan State, 24-7.

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Tigers’ defense shuts down Maine

Led by tough defense and a powerful run game, Towson grinded their way to a 10-7 victory over the Maine Black Bears in a road conference game.

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Turnovers cost Mustangs against Albright

A lost fumble and three interceptions, including one late in the fourth quarter, prevented Stevenson from breaking through against Albright as they fall, 30-26.

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Terps come up short against Badgers, 31-24

Maryland kept things close but their inability to move the ball in the second half handed them another loss. Perry Hills was benched in the third quarter.

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Mustangs earn first-ever regional ranking

Led by one of the nation’s best defenses, the Stevenson Mustangs have earned a No. 7 ranking in the D3 East Regional poll.

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Terps offense falls flat against Iowa

Will Likely’s 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown was the highlight for Maryland but turnovers and failed third down conversations led to a 31-15 loss.

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Tigers post dominant shutout of Delaware, 19-0

There is a shutout and then there is that. Towson held Delaware to only 102 yards, only 14 yards through the air and 11 in the fourth quarter.

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Defense, run game powers Mustangs past Wilkes

Kiandre Burrell rushed for two touchdown and the defense forced three turnovers as Stevenson beat Wilkes, 31-14 to improve to 7-1 on the season.

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