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Towson tops Florida Atlantic, Cal Poly gets first tourney win

NCAA Baseball Regionals

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Towson's baseball team faced an uncertain future a few months ago, unsure if the program would exist beyond this season.

Saved by some state funding last month, the Tigers will be playing baseball at least a while longer. And they might stick around in this NCAA tournament, too.

Andrew Parker hit a three-run homer in the sixth inning while starter Mike Volpe allowed one unearned run in seven innings to help Towson beat Florida Atlantic 7-2 on Friday in the Tigers' first regionals appearance since 1991.

Parker's blast capped a five-run inning for the ...


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