|Since the program's inception in 1992, the Tigers have had six players earn first team all-conference status, while a total of 30 players have earned spots on various all-conference teams.
There have also been eight players who have received all-rookie team notice.
Goalkeeper Brandi Daniels (right) is the only Towson Women's Soccer player in school history to earn first team all-conference honors twice; she earned All-CAA First Team honors as a junior and senior (2005, 2006).
The Tigers have had six players receive All-CAA Second Team notice. The latest is Cheyenne Skidmore, who finished her career ranked third in assists (20), fourth in points (58), fifth in goals (15), sixth in shots (155), and tied for ninth in game-winning goals (four). She also earned third team All-CAA honors in 2011.
Meanwhile, three Tigers have been named to the All-CAA third team - Skidmore (below, right), Melissa Gomes (2010) and Brittany Hadaway (2008).
Champs in '96
Led by Ashlee Douglas and Christi Landi, the Tigers earned their first-ever conference championship in 1996 when they won the America East Conference by edging Delaware, 2-1 in four overtimes. The Tigers, who posted a 10-7-2 overall record, finished the season with just one loss in their final five matches to earn the title.
So close in '97
After winning their first America East championship in 1996, the Tigers advanced to the America East title game again in 1997. However, the University of Hartford kept Towson from repeating as champions.