Towson Upends No. 7 Drexel to Win Fourth Straight

"I've never thought of winning a game on a save before, but I knew I was going to save that shot," Love said. "I told myself that there was no way I was going to let that goal in."

While Pastirik led the Tigers with five assists, Harrington and Brashears each scored two goals. Love, who was named as CAA Co-Player of the Week on Monday, made five of his seven saves in the second half.

"Our seniors are unbelievable," said Towson Coach Tony Seaman. "They are hanging in there and giving great efforts. They refuse to lose right now and they hang in there and battle.

"The players believe in themselves and they are having fun," Coach Seaman added. "We played so many good teams early on and we lost some close games. But, we were ready to play tonight."

Manos made 14 saves in a losing effort for the Dragons, who were outshot by a 29-22 margin. Ambler and Perri each had a goal with an assist.

The Tigers, who have won four straight games for the first time since 2006, will play their final home game of the regular season next Saturday afternoon against Penn State at 12 noon. The game will be televised on WMAR-TV in the Baltimore area and nationally on ESPNU.

The Dragons, who had their three-game win streak snapped, will travel to Delaware on Saturday afternoon for a 7:00 p.m. game against the Blue Hens.

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