Towson Day Watch Guide

Calling all Towson Tigers.

Your friends at FloSports have cooked up a little reprieve from big cat "rescues" and perpetual postponements: Towson Day is coming to your favorite Flo vertical on Sunday, April 19.

Here's the lineup (all times CST):

8 AM — Volleyball vs James Madison (Nov. 24, 2019)

11:15 AM — Football vs Delaware (Nov. 2, 2019)

2:10 PM — Men's Basketball vs Hofstra (Feb. 27, 2020)

4:10 PM — Women's Basketball vs Delaware (Feb. 28, 2020)

6 PM — Football vs Stony Brook (Nov. 9, 2019)

9:15 PM — Football vs William & Mary (Nov. 16, 2019)

Along the way, enjoy features on players like Tom Flacco and Shane Simpson, head football coach Rob Ambrose, and, of course, our All-Access feature on the Tigers football program done last summer.

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