Towson University Football Camps provide players and teams with a competitive and educational experience. Our goal is to teach the game by building a solid foundation for players at all levels. Campers will be run through Division I drills designed to develop skills, vision and competency. All drills are specifically geared to prepare each camper for competition at the highest level.


Those attending Towson University Football Camps will work with our experienced coaching staff. Sessions will be a balance of instruction, skills and game experience. Athletes will learn the latest methods in training & technique.


All of our camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, and/or grade level)






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Rob Ambrose HS 2011


Rob Ambrose
Head Coach

Over a three year span, Head Coach Rob Ambrose has led the Tigers to 29 wins, a pair of Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) championships and two NCAA FCS playoff appearances.

In 2013, he guided the Tigers to a magical season as Towson reached the NCAA FCS championship game by beating No. 9 Fordham, No. 2 Eastern Illinois and No. 3 Eastern Washington in consecutive weeks. Towson finished the campaign with a 13-3 record; the 13 wins were a school record.

Ranked second in the final NCAA FCS polls, Towson won the Lambert/Meadowlands Award as the top FCS team in the East. The Tigers were also honored as the ECAC FCS Team of the Year.

During the 2012 season, Ambrose led the Tigers to a 7-4 record against a brutal schedule. The Tigers lost to a pair of nationally ranked FBS programs in Kent State and LSU. But, Towson finished the season with a 6-2 CAA record as the Tigers shared the league title.

In 2011, just his third season as the Tigers’ coach, he guided Towson to one of the most dramatic turnarounds in college football history. Only one season removed from a 1-10 record, the 2011 Tigers became the Turnaround Tigers - their 7.5-game improvement was the most dramatic improvement in NCAA Division I and one of the biggest ever.

They posted a 9-2 regular season record, beating six nationally ranked teams, and won the CAA championship outright with a 7-1 record. The Tigers also made their first appearance in the NCAA FCS playoffs, becoming the first program to earn playoff berths at the Division III, Division II and FCS (I-AA) levels.

Once the season ended, the Tiger coach was honored as the 2011 CAA Coach of the Year, the AFCA District Coach of the Year and was a finalist for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year. In January 2012, he was the recipient of the Eddie Robinson Award as the top coach in FCS football.

Ambrose joined the staff at UConn as the Huskies grew from an NCAA Division I-AA program into a major college contender. During his seven seasons in Storrs, Connecticut, the Huskies were 49-36 with just two losing seasons. UConn made three bowl appearances in five years, debuted in the AP national rankings at 16th, and won a share of the Big East title in 2007.

Joining the staff as the quarterbacks coach, Ambrose played a major role in the development of Dan Orlovsky, the first UConn quarterback to play in the NFL as a fifth-round draft pick by the Detroit Lions. In 2008 as the offensive coordinator, Ambrose coached Donald Brown, an All-American and the 2008 Big East Offensive Player of the Year. Brown led the nation with 2,083 yards on 367 carries and became the first UConn player to be selected in the first round of the NFL draft.

He left Towson after the 2000 season to become the head coach at Catholic University in 2001, a Division III program in Washington, D.C. In one year at Catholic, Ambrose led the Cardinals to a 3-7 record.

In nine years as a Tiger assistant, the team went 54-36 with only two losing seasons. Ambrose started as a student-assistant before being promoted to wide receivers coach in 1993, offensive coordinator in 1997 and then to associate head coach in 2000.

He coached four All-Americans in running back Tony Vinson, quarterback Dan Crowley, and wide receivers Mark Orlando and Jamal White. Vinson led the nation in rushing yards (2,016), all-purpose yards (2,073) and points scored (138) in 1993. Vinson went on to be a fifth-round draft pick of the San Diego Chargers. Orlando earned All-America notice by catching 55 passes for 1,223 yards and 12 touchdowns.

In 1999, Towson led the nation in passing yardage, averaging 381.2 passing yards per game.

As a player at Towson, Ambrose started his career as a quarterback but moved to wide receiver as a sophomore. In 1990, he caught four passes for 20 yards. As a junior, he had four catches for 35 yards. Three of those receptions were touchdown passes from Dan Crowley. He caught an 11-yard TD pass at James Madison, a seven-yard TD toss at Liberty and a 14-yard TD?pass against Hofstra. An injury in the spring before his senior year forced Ambrose to the sidelines.

The Tigers’ coach is the son of one of the most successful high school football coaches in Maryland. His father, Tim, was the head coach at Middletown for 31 years and won 249 games, leading the Knights to 14 Monocacy Valley League championships. He retired in 2013, just in time to follow the Tigers' march to the NCAA championship game. The former athletic director at Middletown, he stepped down as football coach after the 2004 season. Coach Ambrose’s brother, Jared, was an assistant football coach at Delaware for two years before joining the Tigers’ staff in 2009.

Ambrose and his wife, Melissa, have two children: Grace and Riley.


Season Overall CAA Comments
2009 2-9 1-7, 10th place  
2010 1-10 0-8, 10th place  
2011 9-3 7-1, Champions CAA Champions, NCAA FCS Playoffs
2012 7-4 6-2, 1st place CAA co-champions
2013 13-3 6-2, 2nd place

NCAA FCS Finalists
Lambert/Meadowlands Award
ECAC Team of the Year

2014 4-8 2-6, 10th place    
2015 7-4 5-3    4th place


2016 4-7 3-5    8th place  
2017 5-6 3-5    7th Place  
2018 7-5 5-3    3rd place

NCAA FCS Playoffs


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