Seaman gets an extension

College Lacrosse

July 07, 2005|By SPECIAL TO THE SUN

Towson University men's lacrosse coach Tony Seaman has been given a two-year contract extension through June 30, 2008, the university announced yesterday.

Seaman just completed his 24th year as a head coach in Division I lacrosse. In his seven years at Towson, he has guided the Tigers to a 60-43 record and four appearances in the NCAA tournament, including a final four berth in 2001.

"I'm very happy at Towson," said Seaman. "We've been successful. We need to be consistent to stay that way."

Seaman's overall record is 224-116, placing him eighth on the victory list of active Division I coaches.

"Coach Seaman has led Towson men's lacrosse to three consecutive Colonial Athletic Association championships, and to NCAA postseason play during four of the past five years," said Towson athletic director Wayne Edwards.

"We are extremely pleased with the continued progress of the Towson lacrosse program under Tony's leadership, and look forward to even greater achievements in the future."

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