• Roundup: Earlham's streak reaches record proportions
    October 13, 2018
    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.
  • Salisbury still controls destiny
    November 02, 2017
    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.
  • Strong second half leads No. 17 football to 45-24 win at Christopher Newport
    October 29, 2016
    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.
  • Kolb named NJAC Offensive Player of the Week
    October 24, 2016
    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.
  • No. 19 football tops Kean at home, 36-14
    October 22, 2016
    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.
  • Salisbury, Cortland get past rivals; Wabash rolls; WNEU, Albion advance
    November 14, 2015
    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.
  • Between these four and the playoffs, an archrival stands
    November 12, 2015
    The final week of the regular season is full of great rivalry games and teams trying to clinch playoff berths. For Salisbury, Cortland, DePauw and Wabash, it's both.
  • For Salisbury, everything clicked
    November 11, 2015
    When looking at the anatomy of an upset, most of the time you see the key factors for the underdog were inspiration, faith and maybe even a little luck. In this case, it was a little of everything for the Sea Gulls vs. Wesley.
  • Top 25: T.More clinches; Wesley, St. Lawrence denied
    November 07, 2015
    Salisbury kept Wesley from wrapping up the New Jersey Athletic Conference title, while Hobart kept St. Lawrence out of the playoffs for at least one more week. More in the Top 25 wrapup.
  • Defense sets tone as Gulls defeated No. 14 Rowan 31-28
    October 10, 2015
    The Salisbury University football team took down No. 14 Rowan University in New Jersey Athletic Conference action on Saturday afternoon, after a 22-point third quarter and a strong defensive game, bringing home the victory at Sea Gull Stadium in front of a crown of 2,728 on Homecoming Weekend.
  • Roundup: Trinity and Stevenson go to 4-0
    September 26, 2015
    The Tigers got a win on the west coast, while Stevenson continued its Year Five surge. The NESCAC got underway with Tufts surviving a Hamilton rally, while Salisbury couldn't be stopped in a win vs. Southern Virginia. More in the national wrapup.
  • D-III grad named coach of Atlanta Falcons
    February 02, 2015
    Dan Quinn, who once anchored the Salisbury defensive line and was defensive coordinator for the NFC champion Seahawks, is the new head coach of the Atlanta Falcons.
  • Football claims 48-27 win over Albright in ECAC South Atlantic Bowl
    November 22, 2014
    The Salisbury University football team earned its fifth Eastern College Athletic Conference bowl championship in seven appearances on Saturday afternoon, taking down Albright College, 48-27, in the ECAC South Atlantic Bowl.
  • The Empire 8: The conference where all 9 can beat you
    October 29, 2014
    So far, Brockport State has beaten Hartwick, who beat Alfred, who beat Buffalo State, who beat Frostburg State, who beat Ithaca, who beat Salisbury, who beat St. John Fisher, who beat Utica, who beat Brockport State. Such is the state of the Empire 8.
  • Fisher falls, Carroll survives
    October 04, 2014
    Salisbury went up to Rochester and knocked off St. John Fisher in overtime, while John Carroll scored twice in the fourth quarter to win at Ohio Northern. Linfield rolled past PLU, while UW-Stevens Point survived at UW-River Falls. That and more in the Top 25 roundup.
  • Hook's 16-yard TD run in overtime leads football past No. 6 St. John Fisher
    October 04, 2014
    After falling behind in the fourth quarter, the Salisbury University football team rallied to force overtime before handing No. 6 St. John Fisher College its first loss of the season, 37-34.
  • Moore scores three times as football falls at Buffalo State in Empire 8 opener
    September 27, 2014
    The Salisbury University football team started Empire 8 Athletic Conference play at Buffalo State College on Saturday afternoon, falling 32-28 to the Bengals.
  • Football takes first loss of 2014, falling to No. 4 Wesley
    September 13, 2014
    The Salisbury University football team took its first loss of the season on Saturday night, falling to No. 4 Wesley College, 43-5, under the lights at Sea Gull Stadium.
  • Roundup: Bengals slide past Cortland
    September 06, 2014
    Cortland State thought it was running out the clock, but gave Buff State one last chance. Meanwhile, Hiram rallied from a 24-point deficit to win its opener. That and much more in the opening weekend national roundup.
  • Football takes early lead, holds off CNU for 41-32 win in season opener
    September 06, 2014
    The Salisbury University football team jumped out to an early lead in its season-opening game at Christopher Newport University on Saturday night at POMOCO Stadium and held off the Captains to claim the 41-32 win.
  • NJAC goes big for 2015
    March 03, 2014
    The New Jersey Athletic Conference is getting a lot bigger and a lot stronger in football in 2015, as Wesley, Salisbury, Christopher Newport and Frostburg State join the league, while Morrisville State moves to the Empire 8.
  • Salisbury battles from behind, takes first Empire 8 loss of 2013 at Alfred, 31-21
    November 02, 2013
    The No. 23 Salisbury University football team took its first Empire 8 Athletic Conference loss of the season, and just the second in nearly three years in the league, falling on Saturday at Alfred University, 31-21.
  • Salisbury falls in season opener, 17-10, to Christopher Newport
    September 07, 2013
    The No. 16 Salisbury University football team suffered a narrow defeat at the hands of Christopher Newport University as the Captains scored on an 18-yard touchdown pass with 15 seconds left in the fourth quarter to claim a 17-10 win.
  • Four Sea Gulls named to National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society
    May 03, 2013
    Salisbury University seniors Ross Flanigan, Dan Griffin, Jeremy Harrissmith and Gaven Parker have been named to the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame's Hampshire Honor Society, the organization announced on Thursday.
  • Salisbury places 13 on Empire 8 President’s List
    January 29, 2013
    Thirteen Salisbury University football players have been named to the Empire 8 Athletic Conference fall 2012 President's List, the league announced on Tuesday.
  • Benedetti to play in Tazón de Estrellas in Mexico
    November 27, 2012
    Salisbury University superback Joe Benedetti has been selected as one of 44 NCAA Division III seniors to represent Team Stars & Stripes in the fourth annual Tazón de Estrellas played at La Fortaleza Azul against the CONADEIP All-Stars in Guadalajara, Mexico on Saturday, Dec. 15.
  • Salisbury’s season comes to end with 28-7 loss at Widener in NCAA second round
    November 24, 2012
    The No. 11 Salisbury University football team's season came to an end with a 28-7 loss to ninth-ranked Widener University at Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium on Saturday.
  • Widener and Salisbury keep defensive coordinators up at night
    November 20, 2012
    In perhaps the only Saturday playoff game without a clear favorite, whichever defense, Widener or Salisbury, can figure out how to slow the potent offense on the other side is likely to move on.
  • Wood, Hamby headline 19 selections to All-Empire 8 Team
    November 20, 2012
    Salisbury University Head Coach Sherman Wood and punter Kyle Hamby were named Empire 8 Coach and Special Teams Player of the Year, respectively, leading a group of 19 selections to the 2012 All-Empire 8 Teams, announced Tuesday by the conference.
  • Wittenberg posts huge first-round rally
    November 17, 2012
    Wittenberg put Heidelberg away after being down 18. Mount Union had little trouble and five road teams won first-round games on Saturday. The full wrapup and updated bracket.
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