Salisbury Sea Gulls
|Overall record: 7-3 - Conference: 2-1|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • D-III opponent)
|9/4||vs. N.C. Wesleyan •||W, 13-7||BX|
|9/11||vs. Christopher Newport •||W, 58-10||BX|
|9/18||at Husson •||W, 84-7||BX RC|
|9/25||vs. Hampden-Sydney •||L, 32-28||BX BX BX P|
|10/2||at Newport News *||W, 31-7||BX BX P P|
|10/16||vs. Huntingdon •||W, 45-21||BX BX RC P|
|10/23||at Union||W, 52-21||BX P|
|10/30||vs. Wesley * •||L, 17-14||BX RC P P|
|11/13||at Frostburg State * •||W, 37-6||BX|
|11/20||at Delaware Valley||L, 23-12||BX RC P|
October 13, 2018 Roundup: Earlham's streak reaches record proportions Earlham tied the Division III record with its 50th consecutive loss. Salisbury held off Montclair State in a battle of unranked-but-undefeated NJAC teams while Central won a nailbiter over Simpson in the ARC. Centre, too, stayed in its SAA title hunt.
November 2, 2017 Salisbury still controls destiny Frostburg State and Wesley have garnered most of the attention in the New Jersey Athletic Conference and national rankings this season. But after an opening loss in overtime to Albright, the Sea Gulls have won seven in a row and put themselves in position yet again to win a conference championship.
October 29, 2016 Strong second half leads No. 17 football to 45-24 win at Christopher Newport The No. 17 Salisbury University football team battled with Christopher Newport University on Saturday afternoon and came away with a come-from-behind 45-24 victory to remain at the top of the New Jersey Athletic Conference standings.
October 24, 2016 Kolb named NJAC Offensive Player of the Week The New Jersey Athletic Conference released its weekly football awards and Salisbury University senior Ryan Kolb has been named the league's Offensive Player of the Week.
October 22, 2016 No. 19 football tops Kean at home, 36-14 The No. 19 Salisbury University football team earned a 36-14 New Jersey Atheltic Conference victory on Saturday afternoon at Sea Gull Stadium, topping Kean University.
November 14, 2015 Salisbury, Cortland get past rivals; Wabash rolls; WNEU, Albion advance The Sea Gulls rallied from a 20-point fourth-quarter deficit, while Cortland took the Jug and a bid. The Golden Bears held off Salve Regina, while Albion ends up on top. Let's take a look at how playoff teams and hopefuls did on Saturday.