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Team: Towson Tigers [ID #182] Bookmark Towson Tigers

Location: Towson, MD (Mid-Atlantic)

Conference: V.9 [Division 2]

President: fitzjfc send message
          [since October 25th 2020 | last seen January 28th 2022]

Coach: Dane Freeman

Arena: SECU Arena

Rating: 82.90 - Overall Position: #436

Fan Mood: 82.03

Alumni Mood: 109.80

Prestige: 48

Team Notes:

• Aug 31 2023: Demoted to conference V.9.
• Apr 03 2023: George Lee was hired as the new assistant coach.
• Apr 03 2023: Assistant coach Tim Nickerson was let go.
• Mar 11 2023: Dane Freeman was appointed as the new head coach.
• Mar 11 2023: Quentin McGee was fired as head coach.
• Dec 22 2022: 3-star prospect Herman Lea committed.
• Nov 26 2022: 4-star prospect Sandy Hudson committed.
• Oct 22 2022: 3-star prospect Julian Mathis committed.
• Sep 01 2022: Lee Gatti was hired as the new assistant coach.
• Sep 01 2022: Assistant coach Lorenzo Urias, leaves to pursue head coaching opportunities.


Wins: 7 Losses: 2 Pct: .778     Conf Wins: 0 Conf Losses: 0 Conf Pct: .000 Conf Rank: 1     Last10: 7-2 Streak: W3

Pts Ave: 75.8 - 63.8     Pts Diff: +12.0     Team Power Index: 129.4

Press Releases:

Mar 06 2021: Movin' Up - by fitzjfc on September 13th, 2021

For just the second time in Hardwood History, Towson is a conference champion. The Tigers captured the conference VI. 17 title, and will move up to LL 5 after a 3-year hiatus. Though this is back where Towson was when I took over the program, winning this conference is a big step. It's a result of filling all the scholarships, finding players who can develop and mining local talent to maximize recruiting. This year's senior class of Billy Beard, Joey Kaufman, Kyle Mays and Hector Olivares have the set the tone for the future of Towson basketball. With another strong recruiting class next year led by my highest-ranked commit ever in Cal Richardson, the future is bright for the Tigers.

Feb 16 2017: Towson Wraps Up 2017 Recruiting Class - by fitzjfc on January 27th, 2021

The Tigers 2017 recruiting class is complete after three recent commits. 6'7 Trevor Parker was the third commit in the class. The Herndon, Virginia native is a speedy player with an offensive game to the three-point line, and could be a diamond in the rough if he develops. Point guard Kyle Mays was the next commit. Mays was my backup plan at point guard after Guy Ballard inexplicably became a center despite standing only 5'8. Mays is 6'2 and looks to be still growing. Like Parker, he could develop into a solid all-around player. 5'9 shooting guard and Baltimore native Cody Duffy rounded out the class. He's more of a project, but could be a good offensive player if he develops.
For the first time since I took over Towson, the Tigers will have all 13 scholarships accounted for. It also allows me to get a head start on next year's recruiting class, when I have to use five more scholarships. Towson has treaded the water the last two years, but the foundation has been set for a better future.

Dec 10 2016: A great recruiting week. - by fitzjfc on January 8th, 2021

In their second year under president Justin Fitzgerald, Towson reeled in its two best commits so far in high school seniors Guy Ballard and Guy Olivares. Ballard a 5'8 point guard from Nashville, is a smart player who can score both inside and outside. With Stan Terry graduating, Ballard is the point guard of the future Olivares, a 6'3 small forward from Wake Forest, NC, has a good outside shot and should only get better once he comes to Towson. With three more scholarships to fill, this could be the start of a class that is crucial to building our program for the long-term