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The Towson Tigers men's basketball team represents Towson University in Towson, Maryland in NCAA Division I competition. The school's team currently competes in the Colonial Athletic Association and play their home games at SECU Arena.

Towson Tigers
2018–19 Towson Tigers men's basketball team
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UniversityTowson University
Head coachPat Skerry (8th season)
ConferenceColonial Athletic Association
LocationTowson, Maryland
ArenaSECU Arena
(Capacity: 5,200)
NicknameTigers
ColorsBlack and Gold[1]
         
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away
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Alternate jersey
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Team colours
Alternate
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1990, 1991
Conference Tournament Champions
East Coast: 1990, 1991, 1992
Conference Regular Season Champions
1990, 1991, 1993, 1994

Contents

HistoryEdit

Conference membershipsEdit

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Earl Killian (Mason-Dixon (Division II)) (1959–1962)
1959-60 Earl Killian 3-17 1-15 10th -
1960-61 Earl Killian 3-12 1-10 10th -
1961-62 Earl Killian 1-15 0-12 10th -
1962-63 Earl Killian 1-15 0-13 10th -
Ross Sachs (Mason-Dixon (Division II)) (1963–1965)
1963-64 Ross Sachs 1-15 0-14 10th -
1964-65 Ross Sachs 8-7 4-7 6th -
1965-66 Ross Sachs 4-13 3-9 7th -
Vince Angotti (Mason-Dixon (Division II)) (1966–1977)
1966-67 Vince Angotti 9-9 6-5 4th -
1967-68 Vince Angotti 11-8 7-6 5th -
1968-69 Vince Angotti 14-8 7-4 4th -
1969-70 Vince Angotti 16-9 5-8 6th -
1970-71 Vince Angotti 8-16 6-7 6th -
1971-72 Vince Angotti 15-10 5-4 4th -
1972-73 Vince Angotti 17-10 6-6 4th -
1973-74 Vince Angotti 15-11 4-7 7th -
1974-75 Vince Angotti 14-11 7-7 5th -
1975-76 Vince Angotti 19-10 8-6 4th -
1976-77 Vince Angotti 27-3 10-0 1st NCAA DII Elite Eight
1977-78 Vince Angotti 26-4 10-0 1st NCAA DII Regionals
Mike Radabaugh (Mason-Dixon (Division II)) (1978–1979)
1978-79 Mike Radabaugh 5-21 - - -
Vince Angotti (ECAC Metro South Conference) (1979–1981)
1979-80 Vince Angotti 10-16 - - -
1980-81 Vince Angotti 13-14 - - -
1981-82 Vince Angotti 10-17 - - -
Vince Angotti (East Coast Conference) (1982–1983)
1982-83 Vince Angotti 7-21 2-7 5th -
Terry Truax (East Coast Conference) (1983–1991)
1983-84 Terry Truax 10-19 5-11 7th -
1984-85 Terry Truax 7-21 5-9 7th -
1985-86 Terry Truax 8-20 5-9 6th -
1986-87 Terry Truax 14-16 5-9 6th -
1987-88 Terry Truax 14-16 4-10 7th -
1988-89 Terry Truax 19-10 10-4 -
1989-90 Terry Truax 18-13 8-6 1st NCAA Round of 64
1990-91 Terry Truax 19-11 10-2 1st NCAA Round of 64
1991-92 Terry Truax 17-13 9-3 2nd -
Terry Truax (Big South Conference) (1992–1994)
1992-93 Terry Truax 18-9 14-2 1st -
1993-94 Terry Truax 21-9 15-3 1st -
1994-95 Terry Truax 12-15 6-10 7th -
Terry Truax (America East Conference) (1995–1997)
1995-96 Terry Truax 16-12 11-7 3rd -
1996-97 Terry Truax 9-19 5-13 9th -
Mike Jaskulski (America East) (1997–2000)
1997-98 Mike Jaskulski 8-20 4-14 9th -
1998-99 Mike Jaskulski 6-22 4-14 9th -
1999-00 Mike Jaskulski 11-17 7-11 6th -
2000-01 Mike Jaskulski 12-17 7-11 8th -
Michael Hunt (Colonial Athletic Association) (2001–2003)
2001-02 Michael Hunt 11-18 7-11 6th -
2002-03 Michael Hunt 4-24 1-17 10th -
2003-04 Michael Hunt 8-21 4-14 8th -
Pat Kennedy (Colonial Athletic Association) (2004–2010)
2004-05 Pat Kennedy 6-23 2-16 9th -
2005-06 Pat Kennedy 12-16 8-10 7th -
2006-07 Pat Kennedy 15-17 8-10 7th -
2007-08 Pat Kennedy 13-18 7-11 9th -
2008-09 Pat Kennedy 12-22 5-13 10th -
2009-10 Pat Kennedy 10-21 6-12 8th -
2010-11 Pat Kennedy 4-26 0-18 12th -
Pat Skerry (Colonial Athletic Association) (2011–present)
2011-12 Pat Skerry 1-31 1-17 12th -
2012-13 Pat Skerry 18-13 13-5 2nd -
2013-14 Pat Skerry 25-11 13-3 2nd -
2014-15 Pat Skerry 12-20 5-13 9th -
2015-16 Pat Skerry 20-13 11-7 T-3rd Vegas 16 Tournament Quarterfinals
2016-17 Pat Skerry 20-13 11-7 3rd -
2017-18 Pat Skerry 18-14 8-10 5th -
Total: 703-894

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Postseason resultsEdit

NCAA Division I tournament resultsEdit

The Tigers have appeared in the NCAA Division I tournament two times. Their combined record is 0–2.

Year Round Opponent Result
1990 First Round Oklahoma L 68–77
1991 First Round Ohio State L 86–97

NCAA Division II tournament resultsEdit

The Tigers have appeared in the NCAA Division II Tournament two times. Their combined record is 3–2.

Year Round Opponent Result
1977 Regional Semifinals
Regional Finals
Elite Eight
Winston-Salem State
Baltimore
Sacred Heart
W 102–83
W 92–87 OT
L 82–85
1978 Regional Semifinals
Regional Finals
Albany State
Elizabeth City State
W 106–89
L 73–84

Vegas 16 resultsEdit

The Tigers have appeared in one Vegas 16. Their record is 0–1.

Year Round Opponent Result
2016 Quarterfinals Oakland L 72–90

CIT resultsEdit

The Tigers have appeared in one CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT). Their record is 2–1.

Year Round Opponent Result/Score
2014 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
USC Upstate
East Tennessee State
Murray State
W 63–60
W 83–77
L 73–85

Program recordsEdit

Through the 2016-17 season

Career statistical leadersEdit

Points
Rank Points Player Years
1 2,000 Devin Boyd 1988–93
2 1,832 Pat McKinley 1973–77
3 1,778 Scooter Alexander 1991–96
4 1,665 Brian Matthews 1974–78
5 1,546 Larry Witherspoon 1971–74
Assists
Rank Assists Player Years
1 438 Pat McKinley 1973-77
2 389 Brian Allen 1999-03
3 366 Bill Leonard 1983-87
4 360 Michael Keyes 1993-97
5 351 Rica Page 1982-85
Rebounds
Rank Rebounds Player Years
1 1,421 Pat McKinley 1973–77
2 1,062 Brian Matthews 1974–78
3 970 Bobby Washington 1974–78
4 806 Robert Nwankwo 2007–12
5 788 Lawrence Hamm[2] 2002–06
Steals
Rank Steals Player Years
1 269 Brian Matthews 1974-78
2 264 Devin Boyd 1988-93
3 219 Bill Leonard 1983-87
4 199 Marty Johnson 1987-89
5 195 Brian Allen 1990-92

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Correct Use of the Towson University Athletics Logo Graphics (PDF). Retrieved April 1, 2016.
  2. ^ http://lawrencehamm.com/TheCareer/Stats.asp

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