Famous boxing champs will attend bout in Ocean City

Five-time world boxing champion Vinny “The Paz” Pazienza and two-time current World Champion Shawn “Showtime” Porter will be in the house for the Baddest Son-O-The Beach Fight Fest on Friday, Oct. 12, at the Ocean City Convention Center. Pazienza and Porter are coming to Ocean City courtesy of Hal Chernoff of Main Street Gym in […]

Sea Gulls remain undefeated in win over New Jersey

The Salisbury university football team welcomed The College of New Jersey to Sea Gull Stadium on Saturday night for the Gulls second night contest of the season. Salisbury claimed its second straight New Jersey Athletic Conference victory in as many contests downing the visiting Lions 38-7. Jack Navitsky, who was making his first career collegiate […]

SU solid against Kean; New Jersey here Saturday

The Salisbury University football team opened New Jersey Athletic Conference play on Saturday afternoon with a 28-0 victory over visiting Kean University. A 21-point second half and solid defense throughout the contest aided the Sea Gulls, who shutout the Cougars for the first time since 2004. Sophomore Jack Navitsky contributed to the Salisbury (2-0, 1-0 […]

Sea Gulls dominate Albright College in 48-14 win

In a game that saw two weather delays lasting a combined two and a half hours, the Salisbury University football team put on a performance for the ages rushing for a school record 654 yards against Albright College in a 48-14 win. Michael Mofor led all rushers with a career-best 237 yards on 10 carries […]

SU football opens Friday at home vs. Albright College

Gene Chizik once said, “Tradition never dies” and that will be the moto for the 2018 Salisbury University football program. Head Coach Sherman Wood knows the challenges as new players within several skill positions will become first-time starters. “We continue to provide the great tradition we do during practice,” Wood said. “We are going to […]

Salisbury sailing team racing to Bermuda

On Friday, a group of local business owners will leave Annapolis and embark on the race to Bermuda known as A2B. The crew, composed of Bob Dickey, John Thomas, Richard Bearman, Mitch Wiest and Jenny Joyce, with Mark McIver as backup on the crew and local information provider, will sail on Bold Spirit, a Saga, […]

SU Men fall brutally short of National Championship, 8-6

The No. 3 Salisbury University men’s lacrosse team took on No. 9 Wesleyan (Conn.) University in the 2018 Division III Men’s Lacrosse National Championship Game on Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium. The Sea Gulls were denied the three peat as they fell to the Cardinals, who claimed their first national title in program history, 8-6. […]

SU Women fall to Gettysburg in NCAAs, 12-7

The No. 2 Salisbury University women’s lacrosse team saw its season come to a close with a 12-7 defeat at the hands of the defending national champion No. 3 Gettysburg College on Saturday afternoon at Kerr Stadium on the campus of Roanoke College in the semifinal round of the NCAA tournament. Gettysburg (20-2) got the […]

Women Sea Gulls headed to lacrosse semifinals

Senior Allie Hynson notched the game-winning goal with just 11 seconds remaining to lift the second-ranked Salisbury University women’s lacrosse team over No. 11 Trinity (Conn.) College in the NCAA quarterfinals on Sunday afternoon, sending the Sea Gulls to the national semifinals. Salisbury (21-1) built a 5-0 lead in the opening 13 minutes of play on goals […]

Women Gulls top Denison, advance to third round at home

The No. 2 Salisbury University women’s lacrosse team continued its march through the NCAA tournament, collecting a 16-4 win against Denison University on Saturday at Sea Gull Stadium in the tournament’s third round. The Big Red (17-3) was able to find the back of the net first, with Claudia Rafi scoring on an unassisted marker […]