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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | February 25, 2005
Read our transcript with the Towson men's lacrosse coach Tony Seaman enters his seventh season at Towson. The Tigers finished 11-5 last year and won the Colonial Athletic Association title. The Tigers lost in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Dominic, Cockeysville: How are the Tigers going to do this year? My mom and gramdmother are alumni and my sister goes to school there now so we are fans. Tony Seaman: I'm very happy with our progress so far but the real test is on Saturday against Loyola.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2014
There was a time when Thomas DeNapoli was reluctant to shoot the ball. As a freshman on the Towson men's lacrosse team, DeNapoli took just 11 shots, scoring four times. The following year, he attempted 42 shots and scored 15 goals. "My first couple years here at Towson, I definitely wasn't as aggressive as I've been the last two years," recalled DeNapoli, now a senior. "Coming in as a younger guy, you don't want to step on any of the seniors' or juniors' toes. It kind of felt that way in my first couple of years.
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By Edward Lee | May 7, 2012
Tony Seaman compiled a record of 263-166 in 30 years as a head coach at Johns Hopkins, Towson, Penn and C.W. Post. In one of his many current roles, he serves to chair the selection committee tasked with filling out the 16-team field for the upcoming NCAA tournament. Seaman discussed the deliberations over the No. 1 seed, the rationale for Massachusetts not getting a top-four seed, and thought process behind inviting Princeton over Penn State. Loyola coach Charley Toomey, who is a member of the selection committee, said he recused himself for 40 minutes from Sunday's meeting before learning that the Greyhounds would be the No. 1 seed.
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By Edward Lee | June 5, 2012
Here is the second installment of a series that checks in with the seven Division I programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons ended. Monday's visit was with Navy . Tuesday's visit is with Towson. REVIEW The good: After wrapping up 2011 with a 3-10 overall record and a 1-5 Colonial Athletic Association mark that got former coach Tony Seaman dismissed, the team went 7-8 overall and 2-4 in the conference, finishing in fourth place and qualifying for the league tournament.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | May 2, 1999
Tony Seaman just sat motionless on the bus.At the season's opening college lacrosse tournament, Towson University and its new coach arrived early at St. Paul's School in what would be their first public appearance together. But the Tigers weren't alone.Staring out at once-friendly columbia blue and black uniforms, Seaman wasn't prepared to confront Johns Hopkins nor his feelings. It had only been a few months since his devastating, seven-minute dismissal by Hopkins administrators that ended Seaman's eight-year tenure at Homewood.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | March 28, 1999
Towson attackman Spencer Ford kids around with his teammates, informing them that the college newspaper used his picture because of his good looks. He'll also embellish his statistics all the time, boasting at practices that no one can stop him.But ignore the wise cracks, peel away that cocky appearance and be prepared for a surprise. Ford is actually one of the most unselfish players in college lacrosse today.Always possessing excellent vision, Ford has found his comfort level in a new offensive system and become one of the nation's most dangerous feeders, recording 17 assists in just three games.
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By NEIL A. GRAUER | July 8, 1994
Where does patriotism end and concern for the good of a sport begin?As the United States' men's lacrosse team, heavily laden with Baltimore-area stars, prepares to begin defending its international title July 20 at the quadrennial World Lacrosse Games in Manchester, England, that issue of national pride versus the enhancement of a sport is being brought into sharp focus by the decision of a former head coach of Team USA to offer his expertise to Team Canada...
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By Special to The Sun | July 22, 1994
MANCHESTER, England -- The United States routed Japan, 33-2, in its opening game of the World Lacrosse Championships yesterday.Attackman Mark Millon led the Americans with five goals and nine assists, Mike Morrill (St. Paul's) had five goals and two assists, and Gilman coach John Tucker contributed three goals and one assist.The U.S. team rolled to a 14-0 lead midway through the second quarter, and coach Tony Seaman (Johns Hopkins) said that he throttled down the offense for the rest of the half.
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By Sports Digest | February 23, 2010
No. 6 Navy's 8-7 overtime loss to No. 13 Loyola on Saturday was doubly painful as the Midshipmen (1-1) will likely have to finish the remainder of the season without senior attackman Tim Paul . Paul, the team's leading scorer last year with 32 points on 18 goals and 14 assists, tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his knee, coach Richie Meade confirmed Monday. Paul, a Parkton native and Loyola graduate, suffered the injury with about two minutes left in regulation and did not return.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | March 11, 1995
There is a price for winning, and Salisbury State is paying for it.The Sea Gulls, after years of serious contention, finally won the NCAA Division III lacrosse championship last year. But that just added to their frustration of trying to schedule opponents.Some Division III teams won't schedule Salisbury because they fear being embarrassed like Hampden Sydney and Mary Washington this season, which lost 26-2 and 28-5 in the Sea Gulls' first two games.A lot of Division I schools won't play the Sea Gulls, either.
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By Edward Lee | May 7, 2012
Tony Seaman compiled a record of 263-166 in 30 years as a head coach at Johns Hopkins, Towson, Penn and C.W. Post. In one of his many current roles, he serves to chair the selection committee tasked with filling out the 16-team field for the upcoming NCAA tournament. Seaman discussed the deliberations over the No. 1 seed, the rationale for Massachusetts not getting a top-four seed, and thought process behind inviting Princeton over Penn State. Loyola coach Charley Toomey, who is a member of the selection committee, said he recused himself for 40 minutes from Sunday's meeting before learning that the Greyhounds would be the No. 1 seed.
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By Edward Lee | February 13, 2012
The Shawn Nadelen era got off to a good start as Towson outlasted Jacksonville, 12-10, in the season opener for both teams Saturday. It also perhaps signaled a change in the net. Junior Andrew Wascavage earned the starting nod over Travis Love, a Westminster native and Winters Mill graduate who has been a two-year starter. Nadelen, who succeeded Tony Seaman as head coach in June, said Wascavage's play in the preseason convinced the coaching staff to give him the opportunity against the Dolphins.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2011
Selection Sunday was followed by Manic Monday. Less than 24 hours after the unveiling of the 16-team field for the upcoming NCAA tournament, the men's lacrosse programs at Towson and Navy parted ways with their head coaches. In a span of less than three hours Monday afternoon, the vacancies created by Tony Seaman at Towson and Richie Meade were characterized as resignations by their respective schools. But several people close to both coaches scoffed at that description. Seaman, who had signed a series of three one-year deals after the 2010 campaign, couldn't hide his disappointment about being ousted, which was first reported by WNST 1570 AM. "It's not the way I wanted to end my legacy at Towson," said Seaman, whose went 3-10 overall and 1-5 in the Colonial Athletic Association this past spring.
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By Rich Scherr, Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2011
Eighth-ranked Maryland spent much of Saturday writing the latest chapter of its largely one-sided rivalry with Towson. Seemingly in command, however, the Terrapins had to survive an unexpected dose of second-half intrigue before closing the book on an 8-4 win. Up 6-2, the Terrapins went scoreless for the next 31 minutes, 55 seconds, clinging to a slim lead until late goals by senior Ryan Young and junior Drew Snider sealed the victory before an...
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October 25, 2010
The Greater Baltimore Chapter of U.S. Lacrosse will induct 10 new members into its 2011 Hall of Fame class. Joe Breschi, Tony Seaman, Quint Kessenich, Butch Marino, Michael Watson, Krystin Porcella, Michelle Meyer Dwan, Stephanie Roberts Radebaugh, Gina Roberts Ubriaco and Anne Ensor will be inducted at a banquet on Jan. 22, 2011, at Grand Mason Lodge in Hunt Valley. Breschi, a 1986 graduate of Loyola Blakefield, was named to the Atlantic Coast Conference's 50th Anniversary Men's Lacrosse Team for his career at the University of North Carolina and was a member of the 1994 and 1998 U.S. National Teams that played in the World Lacrosse Games.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2010
On the same day Maryland found its new head coach, Towson struck a new deal with its current head coach. Towson and Tony Seaman finalized a three-year contract Tuesday morning. The new deal had been agreed to several weeks ago, but the length and terms of the contract had yet to be determined. Financial terms were not disclosed. "I'm excited, especially for the 2011 season and the recruits we have coming in and the guys we have returning," Seaman said. "Two years in a row, we've been a couple goals away in the [conference]
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By Doug Brown | May 6, 1991
JOHNS HOPKINS (8-3) * WHAT'S AHEAD: Regular season over. NCAA tournament starts May 15.* FACEOFFS: Coach Tony Seaman: "Back in October, who would have thought we'd be 8-3, with our tough schedule?" . . . The Blue Jays advanced from No. 7 to No. 4 in the poll after defeating Towson State, 12-9, Saturday night before an overflow crowd of 5,500 at Minnegan Stadium . . . They now might have a first-round bye and the home-field advantage in the quarterfinals May 19 . . . Brian Lukacz scored five goals and Brendan Cody had three . . . Hopkins broke open a close game with seven unanswered goals in the second half, blanking Towson State for almost 22 minutes . . . The Blue Jays lead the series, 15-1.
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By Bill Glauber | March 3, 1991
The goalie is just a freshman. He weighs 165 pounds. He has years of punishment, pounding and shots to take before his career can be assessed.But for one day, at least, Princeton's Scott Bacigalupo dominated the world of college lacrosse. Yesterday, he turned a game that was supposed to be a battle of coaches into a personal showcase.Bacigalupo made 14 saves and directed Princeton to a 15-10 victory over Johns Hopkins on a warm, spring-like afternoon at Homewood Field. The Tigers' patient, ball-control style played to Bacigalupo's strengths, but make no mistake, the goalie shut the door on the Blue Jays.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2010
Now, the waiting begins -- not for the Towson men's lacrosse team, but for head coach Tony Seaman. For the second time in as many seasons, the Tigers offered up a flat performance, scoring just once in the second and third quarters of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament final before trying to mount a rally that eventually failed in a 12-9 loss to visiting Delaware before an announced 2,189 at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson. The Blue Hens (10-6), who last won the CAA title in 2007 when they beat the Tigers, 10-7, in Towson, sewed up the automatic qualifier and will join the field of 16 in the NCAA tournament when the bracket is revealed tonight.
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May 7, 2010
Towson's Matt Hughes is often on the receiving end of some pointed criticism from coach Tony Seaman. But Hughes said he doesn't mind the panning too much. "He seems to yell at me a lot during practice," Hughes said with a laugh. "He continues to tell me it's for my own good, that he only yells at me because he knows I can be a good player. I believe him. I feel like I'm starting to play with more confidence in every game." The freshman attackman is beginning to display that confidence.
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