Nov 12, 2014, 11:09 AM EST
We continue our Ten Teams in Ten Days preview series with Towson. Be sure to check back tomorrow for our final team preview.
Who’s Back: Forward Timajh Parker-Rivera (Jr., 6-7, 6.2 ppg/5.2 rpg); Guard Four McGlynn (Jr., 6-2, 9.2 ppg/1.5 rpg)
Who’s Gone: CAA Player of the Year Jerrelle Benimon (18.7 ppg/11.2 rpg); All-CAA Third Team guard Rafriel Guthrie (11.4 ppg/2.9 rpg); All-CAA Third Team forward Marcus Damas (11.1 ppg/5.1 rpg); Guard Mike Burwell (10.9 ppg/ 4.3 rpg)
Who’s New: Guard A.J. Astroth (So., 6-6, transfer from Vanderbilt); Forward Alex Gavrilovic (Gr., 6-9, transfer from Dayton); Guard Byron Hawkins (Fr., 6-1); Forward Eddie Keith (Fr., 6-5)
Where They’re Picked: Seventh
Tigers in a Nutshell: Towson continued its rise under Head Coach Pat Skerry by winning a school-record 25 games and advancing to the quarterfinals of the CIT last season. The Tigers will need to rebuild with the loss of four starters, including three who earned All-CAA honors, but should have a solid season.
Coach Skerry Fun Fact: He played youth hockey with NHL great Joe Sacco. Get to know more about Coach Skerry by watching his exclusive 1-on-1 interview with Blaine Taylor.
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