Towson football season plans to go on sale next Thursday

March 25, 2010|By Sports Digest

Towson will put football season tickets on sale to the general public next Thursday. The Tigers will play Coastal Carolina on Sept. 11, Massachusetts on Oct. 2, James Madison on Oct. 9, Rhode Island on Oct. 30 and Maine on Nov. 13. Gold Chair Back season seats cost $75 each, adult season tickets cost $50 each, and Towson faculty and staff and children's tickets cost $30 each.

Women's bowling: UMES was selected to the eight-team field for the NCAA championships April 8-10 in North Brunswick, N.J. The finals will air live on ESPNU at 8:30 p.m. April 10.

Baseball: Rider junior left-handed pitcher Mike Thomas (Fallston) was named Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week.

Softball: Maryland senior third baseman Alex Schultz and sophomore Kendra Knight earned the Atlantic Coast Conference's Player of the Week and Co-Pitcher of the Week honors, respectively. ... Salisbury junior Kelly Leary (Glen Burnie) was named Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III South Region Pitcher of the Week.

Men's track and field: Navy freshman Miles Snelgrove was named Patriot League Track Rookie of the Week. ... Salisbury senior Delannie Spriggs was named CAC Athlete of the Week.

Women's track and field: Navy senior Krystina Johnson was named Patriot League women's Field Athlete of the Week after she set the academy record with a high jump of 5 feet, 8 3/4 inches. ... Towson junior hurdler Ashley Adams was named Colonial Athletic Association Track Athlete of the Week.

Gymnastics: Maryland freshman vault specialist Ally Krikorian was named East Atlantic Gymnastics League Rookie of the Week. ... Towson senior Jackie Schweitzer, who competes on the uneven bars and balance beam, was named ECAC Specialist of the Week.

Men's tennis: York junior Ryan Harvey (Fallston) was named CAC Player of the Week.

Women's tennis: Johns Hopkins freshman Nandita Krishnan was named Centennial Conference Player of the Week.

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