Sea Gulls take winning streak to 3, beat TCNJ, 27-7

Salisbury University football stretched its winning streak to three with a 27-7 victory over host The College of New Jersey on Saturday afternoon scoring 27 unanswered points including 20 in the second half to earn the win. TCNJ (0-4) jumped out to an early 7-0 lead just over 45 seconds into the game with an […]

SU football is overwhelming in 2017 home opener

The Salisbury University football team picked up its first win of the 2017 season in its home opener on Saturday afternoon, rolling to a 63-7 victory against William Paterson University. The contest also marked the New Jersey Athletic Conference opener for each squad. Salisbury took nearly all doubt about the outcome away in the first […]

Parker Athletic Complex undergoing expansion

Field 5 at Wicomico County’s Henry S. Parker Athletic Complex has been transformed, and three new fields will soon be added. Officials spoke about the expansion project during a news conference at the Complex on Wednesday. Field 5’s infield has been replaced with synthetic turf, and the construction of new dugouts is under way. There […]

Berkman gets 500th win as SU Men win, 17-5

The top-ranked Salisbury University men’s lacrosse team hosted No. 9 Cabrini University at Sea Gull Stadium on Wednesday night in an NCAA quarterfinal and took down the Cavaliers, 17-5 to advance to the semifinals. With the win Salisbury Head Coach Jim Berkman earned his 500th victory at Salisbury. Berkman is the first ever NCAA lacrosse […]

Former football star Tebow to face Shorebirds

Former professional football player Tim Tebow is expected to be in town this week, playing Minor League Baseball against the Delmarva Shorebirds. The 29-year-old Tebow, born in the Philippines to missionary parents and know for “Tebowing,” or kneeling and praying in uniform, plays for the Columbia Fireflies. His team is scheduled to face the Shorebirds […]

NCAA LAX seedings to be released Sunday

The Salisbury University men’s lacrosse team captured its 20th Capital Athletic Conference tournament victory and secured its 29th consecutive berth into the NCAA tournament with a 15-5 win on Saturday afternoon over York College of Pennsylvania. Salisbury got out to an 11-0 lead in the first half to put away the game early and get […]

Salisbury University opens new softball stadium

Despite winter weather, parents, fans, alumni and guests poured into the new Sea Gull Softball stadium for a festive ribbon cutting on Saturday before the team’s first home game of the season. The sun was bright as SU President Dr. Janet Dudley-Eshbach and Interim Athletics Director Gerry DiBartolo joined more than 70 past players, coaches, […]

Tim Kennard River Run festivities this weekend

The last two years have been tough weather-wise for participants in the annual Tim Kennard 10-Mile River Run and 5K Run-Walk. Last year the weather was clear, but brutally cold, with temperatures around freezing. The year before that was worse, with snow and sleet falling on already icy roads. For this Sunday’s event, however, runners, […]

Champs last year, SU lacrosse excited about ’17

The 2016 season saw the Salisbury University men’s lacrosse team climb back to the top of the Division III lacrosse ranks as its season ended at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia with a 14-13 win over Tufts University in the national title game. The win vaulted Head Coach Jim Berkman to the top of the […]

Dan Quinn’s ‘band of brothers’ look to claim NFL’s biggest prize

For the Atlanta Falcons the trip to Super Bowl LI against the New England Patriots is something special, but something very few in black and red have experienced as the franchise will make just its second . However, for the guy calling the shots this week – Salisbury University alumnus Dan Quinn – this is […]