The Salisbury University athletic department announced on Thursday that the SU Maroon & Gold Club will be offering fans the opportunity to purchase custom fan cutouts, courtesy of Gardner Signs, to fill the visitor's side of Sea Gull Stadium, just in time for Coast-to-Coast Athletic Conference championship play!
Salisbury University head athletic trainer Pat Lamboni ’78, M’80 who has overseen the athletic training department for the past 39 years, announced on Tuesday that he will retire following the conclusion of the 2020-21 athletic season.
The Salisbury University athletic departments announced its 2020-21 Scholar-Athletes of the Year and men’s lacrosse senior Brad Apgar and cross country/track & field senior Sydney Ruckel were named the honorees.
On the latest SU Featured, we sit down with Tim Smith, Salisbury University's Equipment Specialist. One of the important members of the daily workings of Sea Gull Athletics, we catch up with how he spent his quarantine, taking new responsibilities and how he got started in intercollegiate athletics.
hen Salisbury University students returned to campus in August for the first time since being sent home abruptly last March as a precaution against COVID-19, SU President Charles Wight made them a promise: The University would do its best to let them stay there through the end of the semester in December.
Salisbury University head baseball coach Troy Brohawn reflects on the Sea Gulls' recently completed fall practice season, newcomers and returners to keep an eye on for the spring, and Pete Grasso's appearance on the D3Baseball.com All-Decade Team.
Salisbury University athletics in coordination with the SU Maroon & Gold Club, SUSeaGulls.com will be checking in with our alumni student-athletes to see what they have been up to since they hung up their jerseys.
The Coast-To-Coast Athletic Conference (C2C) announced on Wednesday the cancelation of all conference-scheduled competitions, including conference championships for the fall 2020 and winter 2020-21 seasons as a result of the continued impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Salisbury University will continue to explore the possibilities of scheduling contests for both our fall and winter sports during the spring 2021 semester. SU remains committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for the student-athletes and staff members.
In this SU Featured presented by the SU Maroon & Gold Club, we catch up with Luke Campbell '16. Campbell is an 11-time national champion and 16-time All-American during his time at SU. He is currently representing Germany and training for the Tokyo Olympics in 2021. Campbell chats about his journey from the Eastern Shore to across the pond in Germany, how he has been holding up since COVID-19 and his training and mindset getting ready to compete professionally.
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Salisbury Sea Gulls are known for excellence and winning traditions. From Tawes Gym to Maggs Gym and now Sea Gull Stadium, this segment of “Remember When” looks at the transformation of indoor and outdoor athletic facilities. Featured are SU’s current and former athletics directors: Dr. Gerry DiBartolo and Dr. Mike Vienna.
Salisbury University Director of Athletics and Campus Recreation Dr. Gerry DiBartolo chats with SID Cyrill Parham to discuss the varsity sports returning to practice, practice and training protocols, intramurals and club sports updates, and the potential spring season.
On July 21, the Capital Athletic Conference and Salisbury University announced the suspension of fall sports competitions. A week later, the New Jersey Athletic Conference released its suspension news which affected the football team. Instead of being defeated by the news, SU student-athletes, coaches and support staff got creative in how to deliver a worthwhile athletic experience in the fall semester with a commitment to the health and safety in the COVID environment.
What makes Salisbury University unique?
SU has partnered with Stamats Communications, Inc. and its subsidiary, The Thornburg Group, to conduct extensive research to find out as part of a new Brand Exercise Project.
Effective Wednesday, Sept. 15, Salisbury University recreation facilities will reopen for students, faculty and staff use. The facilities include Maggs Physical Activities Center, University Fitness Center and recreational field spaces.
Salisbury University, in conjunction with the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC), announced on Friday, Sept. 11 the suspension of all athletic competitions for the remainder of the 2020 calendar year as a result of the continued impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
During the past several months, our world has changed drastically since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Students, faculty, and staff have had to deal with a virtual learning environment during the spring semester. Early on during the spread of COVID-19, not much was known about the severity of the virus. When a Salisbury University student-athlete was sent home back in March, they had to deal with the virus firsthand.
The Salisbury University athletic department in conjunction with the Hall of Fame Committee is pleased to announce the Salisbury University Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2020. The class will feature Kylor Berkman ’09 (Men’s Lacrosse), Mike Celenza ’10, M’13 (Baseball), Kelly Phillips ’08 (Women’s Lacrosse), Delanie Spriggs ’10 (Men’s Track & Field), Kyle Sterling ’10 (Men’s Soccer), Danielle (Twilley) Sweitzer ’08, M’09, D.N.P. ’11 (Field Hockey) and Doug Fleetwood ’72 (Baseball).
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) has decided to suspend all fall sports contests and league championships during the fall 2020 semester. As a result, the fall 2020 season for the Salisbury University football team has been suspended.
The Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) announced on Tuesday, July 21, the suspension of all Conference competitions, including Conference championships for the fall 2020 season as a result of the continued impact of COVID-19. In response to the CAC decision, Salisbury University has announced that formal conference and non-conference varsity athletics competition by CAC sponsored fall sports will be suspended.
Even though on-campus summer camps at Salisbury University have been canceled due to COVID-19, the athletic department partnered with the SU Office of Conference Services and PAC-14 to create virtual clinics for the youth to help build skills and stay in shape through the summer.
The Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) will expand to 11 member institutions as league officials announced on Tuesday (May 26) six schools have accepted invitations to join the CAC and will become official members effective June 15, 2020.
Even though this time period was supposed to be NCAA Championship season for the spring sports, Salisbury University Athletics will be sharing links to some of our favorite games, highlights and stories from different NCAA Tournaments and meets for NCAA Week.
With the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continuing to require social distancing, Salisbury University has announced it will host no in-person summer events on campus in 2020. To help slow any further spread of COVID-19, summer camps, academic events and other campus activities have been canceled or moved online. Participants who have pre-paid registration fees for canceled in-person events should contact event organizers to coordinate refunds. For more information call 410-543-6030 or visit the SU website.