Downtown Trolley service returns for Spring Semester

The city of Salisbury, Shore Transit, and Salisbury University are proud to announce the return of Downtown Trolley service and a new and updated route available to Salisbury University students and the community. Service will resume Thursday, Jan. 31, at 9 p.m. and will run throughout the SU Spring semester on Thursday and Friday evenings. […]

Some 714 degrees awarded at SU Commencement

Some 714 graduates received their degrees during Salisbury University’s 93nd-year Fall Commencement on Wednesday, Dec. 19, at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center. This was the first SU Commencement led by Dr. Charles Wight, who became the university’s ninth president in July. During the ceremony, the SU Alumni Association presented its annual Faculty Appreciation Awards. […]

Photo Gallery: Fruitland Falcons at SU

The Fruitland Falcons Football U8 and U10 teams played at Salisbury University’s Seagull Stadium on Saturday. The U8 team played two games, followed by U10 playing a semi-final round to determine which team advanced to the league championship, according to Coach Kevin Lindsay. “This is the second year of event. We did this with once […]

Sea Gull shut out Southern Virginia, remain undefeated

The No. 25 Salisbury University football program kept its unbeaten streak alive this season with a 33-0 victory over host Southern Virginia University on Saturday afternoon. After a tough first half, the Sea Gulls (7-0, 6-0 NJAC) used a 27-point second half to secure the victory and continue its unbeaten streak. Mike-Ryan Mofor scored all […]

Sea Gulls go to 6-0 with Homecoming win

Salisbury football pushed its win streak to 18 straight victories on homecoming games under coach Sherman Wood as the Sea Gulls downed previously undefeated Montclair State University, 17-15, on Saturday afternoon in a tough New Jersey Athletic Conference showdown. Salisbury used early scoring a stifling defense to secure the victory and stay unbeaten in 2018. […]

SU International Center named for Dudley-Eshbach

Salisbury University today spotlighted the global vision of President Emerita Janet Dudley-Eshbach by remaining its Center for International Education in her honor. “The opportunity to learn and live in another country was an extremely important, formative aspect in the development of my own values and intellectual growth,” Dudley-Eshbach said. “Because I firmly believe that higher […]

Sea Gulls flawless in shutout at William Patterson

The Salisbury University football team took to the road for its first away contest of the season to square off against William Paterson University. The Sea Gulls blanked the Pioneers 42-0, their second shutout this season, for their third New Jersey Athletic Conference victory of the season. Jack Navitsky and De’John Broadwater each posted 100-plus […]

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 adds greatly to its Downtown presence

Salisbury University’s presence Downtown took a major step forward Monday with the dedication of the Eastern Shore Regional GIS Cooperative’s new home on the Downtown Plaza. “Community partnerships are important to the University, and the ESRGC’s move makes good sense. Many of its clients are government agencies and Downtown provides a centralized and convenient meeting […]

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 […]