Towson University needs a shooter
Towson University lost to Johns Hopkins Saturday, 10-6, and the major difference between the two teams this season, as well as in the past, is that the Tigers don't have a top notch attackman.
That one player other teams have to game plan against. Towson can matchup with Hopkins at just about every other position, but the Tigers don't have that top-notch shooter.
Iin fact, Towson hasn't had a great attackman since Kyle Campbell played in 2001 and registered 69 points. When some of these second- or third-tier Division I teams get these type of attackmen, their programs usually soar. But for the most part, these attackmen go to Hopkins, Syracuse or Virginia.