How Towson University Handled Its Locker Room Recording Scandal

Forty days after members of the Towson University women’s swimming and diving team discovered a phone recording them in their locker room, most details about the incident remain unknown to the public. But behind the scenes, the school was working feverishly—and not always entirely effectively—to discover the facts,… »Yesterday 3:09pm11/25/15 3:09pm


Towson University Diving Coach Charged In Locker Room Recording Case

Towson University diving coach Maureen Mead has been charged in Baltimore County Circuit Court with felony interception of a communication, as well as misdemeanor peeping tom and altering of physical evidence charges, according to online court records. The charges relate to an October incident where members of… »Monday 10:06pm11/23/15 10:06pm

Towson University Preemptively Called Police Before Telling The Men's Baseball And Soccer Teams They Were Cut From The Budget

In October, Towson University athletic director Mike Waddell recommended that his employer cut two sports—men's baseball and soccer—for reasons related Title IX compliance and "to make the remaining programs more competitive." Days later, Towson parents flew a plane over Ravens stadium trailing a banner that read… »3/09/13 1:55pm3/09/13 1:55pm