TOWSON, Md. - After scoring two goals in their loss against Delaware on Sunday afternoon, the Tigers have now scored 31 goals in 18 games, which ranks second in the Colonial Athletic Association.
It also marks the first time the Tigers have scored at least 30 goals in a season since 2002.
"We have scored in all aspects of our offense this year," Towson Coach Greg Paynter says. "As a result, opponents aren't able to key in on just one aspect of our offense. They have to be cognizant of our entire attack."
Led by junior Cheyenne Skidmore and sophomore Emily Banes, the Tigers have had nine different players score a goal while 12 different players have recorded a point. Skidmore leads the Tigers with 25 points while Banes has contributed 21 points. Both players are tied for the team lead with eight goals.
The 31 goals scored by the Tigers this year are the fifth-most in the team's 20-year history.
Now 9-9-0 overall and 4-6-0 in the CAA, the Tigers will finish their regular season schedule on Saturday evening when they visit George Mason.
Most Goals Scored in a Single Season