Video Highlights, Johns Hopkins Surges Past Towson, 15-8

Video Highlights, Johns Hopkins Surges Past Towson, 15-8


The Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse team got four goals each from Ryan Brown, John Crawley and Brandon Benn and used a 10-1 run to pull away from visiting Towson Saturday afternoon. Read More…

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#TBT, Towson State Loses to UNC in the 1991 National Championship

#TBT, Towson State Loses to UNC in the 1991 National Championship


Towson State. Towson State wearing Black Champion(the brand) sneakers. Jim Gray. Championship in a dome. Coaches wearing ties. M1. Hi-Wall. Carnage at 9:45. Bill Daye! Rib pads. CBS Sports. Read More…

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Under Armour Baltiflage Lacrosse Shafts for Towson

Under Armour Baltiflage Lacrosse Shafts for Towson


Under Armour school, Towson University, will be displaying their state pride on the field this season. The Women’s lacrosse team will continue the trend of sporting the Maryland Flag on its equipment. Read More…

Towson Men’s Lacrosse is Preparing for a National Championship

Towson Men's Lacrosse is Preparing for a National Championship


After you peruse Towson’s 2012 highlights, check the 1:50 mark and beyond to see how the team has been preparing for their 2013 run to the ‘ship. The team took part in The Program and a plethora of other hard workouts. Read More…

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Towson Lacrosse Names Sophomore and Seven Year Army Veteran as Captains

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TOWSON, Md. – Senior Andrew Wascavage, juniors Thomas DeNapoli and John Paukovits and sophomore Rob Zoppo have been selected as the 2013 Towson men’s lacrosse team captains. Head coach Shawn Nadelen said, “Towson Lacrosse will be in good hands this season with the selection of Thomas, John, Andrew and Robby as our captains. Each young man has earned the respect of their teammates and coaches and will help lead the Towson program towards achieving our goals as a team.” Read More…

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Game Photos: Play for Parkinson’s, Teams Unveil New Equipment

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The ProjectSpark Foundation, an Arlington, VA, based organization focused on raising funds to battle Parkinson’s disease, proudly hosted the third annual Play for Parkinson’s Lacrosse Series this weekend. The event featured 11 of the country’s most prominent NCAA Men’s and Women’s programs. Read More…

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Towson Men’s Lacrosse Hosts Keio University on Sept. 26

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TOWSON, Md. – The Towson University men’s lacrosse team will host Japan’s Keio University for a friendly international game on Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m. at Johnny Unitas® Stadium, head coach Shawn Nadelen announced today. Read More…

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Cassese and Nadelen to Coach South Team at USILA North-South Game



BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Lehigh head coach Kevin Cassese will team up with Towson’s Shawn Nadelen as co-head coaches for the South Team at the annual North-South Senior All-Star Game next Friday (May 25) at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. The nation’s top seniors will face off at Harvard Stadium the day before Championship Weekend kicks off at nearby Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. Read More…

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Top D.C. Girls Selected for the 2012 Under Armour Underclassmen Elite Stars Lacrosse Tournament

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Baltimore, Md. (May 9, 2012) – Corrigan Sports Enterprises and Under Armour®, Inc. (NYSE: UA) announced today the roster of the Washington, D.C. girls who will represent their region at the 2012 Under Armour Underclassmen Elite Stars Lacrosse Tournament. The sport’s most prestigious underclassmen tournament will feature girls and boys teams from Baltimore, Long Island, Midwest, New England, New Jersey, Philadelphia, South, Upstate New York, Washington, D.C., and West and consist of players from the graduating classes of 2013-15. Read More…

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Game Photos: Johns Hopkins Tops Towson 12-6

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BALTIMORE, MD – Second-ranked Johns Hopkins used a 9-0 run that bridged the second and fourth quarters and held visiting Towson scoreless for more than 31 minutes during that stretch as the Blue Jays eased past the Tigers, 12-6, at Homewood Field Friday evening. The win is the 150th in the career of Johns Hopkins head coach Dave Pietramala, who improves to 150-58 overall and 127-41 during his time at Hopkins. Read More…

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