The Towson Tigers men’s basketball fell again as they were defeated by Coppin State, 57-71. The Tigers are now 0-10 to start the season, but only 0-1 in CAA play.

Towson played Coppin State on the road which was just a short drive for the Tigers as Coppin State is in Baltimore City. Coppin State is still undefeated at home with a 4-0 record; overall they are 4-5.

Tigers’ forward Marcus Damas led the team with 16 points and forward Robert Nwankwo had 15 points. Damas and Nwankwo have been the only Tigers players that have been able to get into double digits in points on a consistent basis this season.

Eagles guard Tony Gallo destroyed the Tigers with 27 points, with included six three-point baskets. Taarig Cephas also did solid damage to the Tigers scoring 19 points.

The Tigers next game is against the Manhattan Jaspers, who are 7-4, they will play at the Towson Center.