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Athletics

The Tigers athletics program has been a proud member of the NCAA’s Division I for more than three decades, and currently sponsors 19 sports.

Towson University is affiliated with both the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) and the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC).

The university’s athletic facilities are unparalleled for an institution of our size and enrollment. Five of our teams — football, women’s outdoor track, field hockey and men’s and women’s lacrosse — compete in Johnny Unitas Stadium, the third-largest stadium in the Baltimore area. In 2013, Towson opened the 5,200-seat SECU Arena, a state-of-the-art venue for our men’s and women’s basketball, gymnastics and volleyball programs. Our highly successful women’s and men’s swimming and diving teams compete in Burdick Pool, our baseball team plays at the John B. Schuerholz Baseball Park, and our women’s soccer team competes at the Tiger Soccer Complex. And starting in 2015, Towson softball began play in the new Tiger Softball Stadium, which features a modern press box, seating for 500 spectators, a concession stand and other amenities.

Here at Towson, we are serious about the “student” portion of the term student-athlete. This past year, 57.5 percent of our student-athletes earned a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Also, 125 student-athletes made the Dean’s List with a 3.5 or higher GPA, and 13 had a perfect 4.0 GPA. Towson also has the best student-athlete graduation rate of all the schools and the best African-American student-athlete graduation rate of all Division I schools in the country.

For more information on Towson Athletics, visit TowsonTigers.com

NCAA DIVISION I SPORTS:
Baseball
Basketball (M)
Basketball (W)
Cheerleading
Cross Country (W)
Field Hockey
Football
Golf (M)
Golf (W)
Gymnastics
Lacrosse (M)
Lacrosse (W)
Soccer (W)
Softball
Swimming and Diving (M)
Swimming and Diving (W)
Tennis
Track and Field
Volleyball

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