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Tigers on the rise, eye postseason return

After and up and down season last year the Towson women’s soccer team is in a much better position to make a push to get back in the postseason in 2016.

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Delgado named All-CAA 3nd Team, Pinkney 3rd

Senior centerback Vasthy Delgado saw a remarkable season end with All-CAA Second Team honors while leading scorer Natalie Pinkney earned second team.

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Tigers eliminated from playoffs with loss to W&M

The Tigers dropped a 3-2 contest to William & Mary and with the loss they have eliminated from possibly playing in the postseason.

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Tigers drop another overtime game to CAA power

In a span of three day the Towson Tigers battled both Hofstra and Northeastern to overtime but both times they suffered losses.

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Tigers fall in overtime to CAA leader Hofstra

Towson dropped a 2-1 overtime decision to CAA-leader Hofstra on Friday. It was only the Tigers first home loss of the 2015 season.

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Pinkney thriving in go-to role for Tigers

Natalia Pinkney was asked to take over the role as the Towson women’s soccer team’s top offensive threat and has looked like a natural at it.

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Tigers close non-conference state with 0-0 draw

The Tigers saw two goals get called back by the officials, leaving them to deal with a score-less draw against Pennsylvania to end their non-conference schedule.

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Pinkney leads Towson to sixth-straight win

Natalia Pinkney (left) set up the game-tying goal and then scored the late game-winner in double overtime against St. Francis (Pa.)

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Offense explodes in Tigers 4-0 win over Mount

Towson won their fourth-straight game with a 4-0 victory over the Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers in the Battle of Baltimore.

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Tigers shutout Villanova for first win

Junior Taylor Sebolao made nine saves and Natalia Pinkney scored the games lone goal as Towson beat Villanova, 1-0, for their first win of the year.

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