May 9, 2014, 12:26 PM EDT
Towson Softball, which earned the No. 4 seed in the 2014 CAA Softball Tournament, has made its run over the past two days to advance to the championship game. The Tigers fell to top-seeded James Madison, 3-1, on the first day of competition in Harrisonburg, Va., but Towson turned around to Day 2 and took two games to enter Friday’s championship game.
The Tigers used the power of the old superstition of the “rally cap”, although Towson Softball put a twist on the basic rally cap. Towson knocked-off both second-seeded College of Charleston, 8-6, and third-seeded Hofstra, 5-4, in back-to-back elimination games on Thursday.
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