College drops baseball, so players drop school name from jerseys

Oklahoman Published: March 12, 2013

Towson University baseball players have cut the college’s name from their uniforms after school officials announced it was cutting the baseball program.



“We don’t support Towson, so we don’t want to wear something that says ‘Towson,’” said Catcher Zach Fisher.

Reports indicate that the men’s soccer team is also getting cut, too, for a total of roughly 65 roster spots.

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