TOWSON TRAVELS TO DELAWARE ON SATURDAY FOR MATCH-UP OF TOP TWO CAA TEAMS
Tigers looking to win fourth straight road game
NEWARK, Del. — The Towson men’s basketball team will visit first-place Delaware on Saturday in a game that can be seen live on Comcast SportsNet.
Al Koken and John Feinstein will be on the television call, with the game scheduled to tip at 12:00 p.m. inside the Bob Carpenter Center.
Towson (12-7, 3-1 CAA) will be seeking its fourth straight road win and third straight victory over Delaware.
The Tigers are coming off a 57-54 loss to Northeastern on Wednesday. The loss snapped Towson’s five-game winning streak overall and 13-game home court winning streak.
Senior forward Marcus Damas led the Tigers with 21 points on 6-for-11 shooting, including a season-high five three-pointers. Damas has scored 20 or more points in two of his last three games.
Delaware (13-7, 5-0) is coming off an impressive 90-77 win at Drexel. The Blue Hens have won seven straight games overall and five straight at home. Senior guard Devon Saddler leads UD by averaging 21.8 points per game.
Delaware boasts the top scoring offense in the CAA as the Blue Hens average 81.1 points per game. UD also leads the league in free throw percentage (71.5) and three-point field goal percentage defense (30.7).
Saturday’s game will be the 71st all-time meeting between rivals, tying Delaware with Loyola as the Tigers most commonly played opponent all-time.