Fri, Aug/31 Final
Football
14 Albright
48 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Sep/15 Final
Football
0 Kean
28 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Sep/22 Final
Football
7 TCNJ
38 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Sep/29 Final
Football
42 Salisbury
0 at Wm. Paterson
Sat, Oct/06 Final - OT
Football
27 Salisbury
24 at Chris. Newport
Sat, Oct/13 Final
Football
15 Montclair St.
17 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Oct/20 Final
Football
33 Salisbury
0 at Southern Virginia
Sat, Oct/27 Final
Football
45 No. 25 Salisbury
7 at Rowan
Sat, Nov/03 Final - OT
Football
19 Wesley
13 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/10 Final - OT
Football
35 Salisbury
38 at Frostburg State
Sat, Nov/17 Final
Football
14 Alfred
7 vs. Salisbury
Fri, Sep/06 Final
Football
63 Salisbury
28 at Albright
Sat, Sep/14 Final
Football
19 Wis.-Oshkosh
24 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Oct/05 Final
Football
27 Salisbury
24 at Montclair St.
Sat, Oct/12 Final
Football
38 Wesley
45 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Oct/19 Final
Football
7 Rowan
38 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Oct/26 Final
Football
65 Salisbury
16 at Kean
Sat, Nov/02 Final
Football
0 Chris. Newport
51 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/09 Final
Football
62 Salisbury
20 at TCNJ
Sat, Nov/16 Final
Football
42 Salisbury
13 at Wm. Paterson
Sat, Nov/23 Final
Football
0 Maritime (N.Y.)
83 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/30 Final
Football
41 Union (N.Y.)
62 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Dec/07 Final
Football
24 Muhlenberg
8 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Mar/13 Final
Football
32 Salisbury
30 at Wesley
Sun, Mar/21 Final
Football
5 Chris. Newport
30 vs. Salisbury
Sun, Mar/28 Cancelled
Football
Kean
vs. Salisbury
Fri, Sep/03 Final
Football
56 Salisbury
14 at Albright
Sat, Sep/11 Final
Football
31 Wis.-Whitewater
14 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Sep/25 Final
Football
14 Western New Eng.
40 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Oct/02 Final
Football
27 Salisbury
7 at Montclair St.
Sat, Oct/16 Final
Football
24 Salisbury
7 at Rowan
Sat, Oct/23 Final
Football
6 Kean
38 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Oct/30 Final
Football
84 Salisbury
14 at Chris. Newport
Sat, Nov/06 Final
Football
23 TCNJ
37 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/13 Final
Football
7 Wm. Paterson
38 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/20 Final
Football
45 Johns Hopkins
20 vs. Salisbury
Fri, Sep/02 Final
Football
0 Albright
49 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Sep/10 Final
Football
21 Salisbury
35 at Stevenson
Sat, Sep/17 Final
Football
14 Ave Maria
42 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Sep/24 Final
Football
35 Salisbury
0 at Western New Eng.
Sat, Oct/01 Final
Football
7 Montclair St.
30 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Oct/08 Final
Football
23 Salisbury
0 at Wm. Paterson
Sat, Oct/22 Final
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70 Salisbury
17 at TCNJ
Sat, Oct/29 Final
Football
23 Rowan
28 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/05 Final
Football
32 Salisbury
17 at Kean
Sat, Nov/12 Final
Football
33 Chris. Newport
36 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/19 Final
Football
0 Salisbury
51 at Mount Union
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Navitsky dazzles in debut; Salisbury rolls to 38-7 win over TCNJ

Navitsky dazzles in debut; Salisbury rolls to 38-7 win over TCNJ

SALISBURY, Md. – 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 start, finished the game with 152 rush yards and two touchdowns while also adding in 35 passing yards and a touchdown in an impressive opening performance under center for the maroon and gold.

Salisbury (3-0, 2-0 NJAC) totaled 437 rushing yards as four players rushed for touchdowns in the victory, while five of eight Sea Gulls rushed for 45 or more yards as Navitsky led the way with 152.

Navitsky opened the scoring less than two minutes into the contest rushing for a 69-yard touchdown run to give the Sea Gulls a 7-0 lead. He would call his own number again less than 10 seconds into the second quarter scrambling from 18 yards out to break a 7-7 tie to cap a three play 44-yard play drive.   

TCNJ (0-4, 0-3 NJAC) responded to the Sea Gulls opening touchdown drive with a drive of its own taking over seven minutes off the clock and finishing it off with a touchdown to level the score at 7-7, as quarterback Andrew Donoghue hit wide receiver Vinny Guckin in the right side of the end zone. It is the first points surrendered by the Salisbury defense in almost 100 minutes of game action since giving up a touchdown to Albright in the season opener at the 6:52 mark of the second quarter.

Trevor Skoglund capped the scoring for the first half as he added to the lead right before the break knocking in his first field goal of the season to stretch the maroon and gold advantage to 10, 17-7.

The Sea Gulls added to their lead with 5:58 left in the third quarter as Navitsky tossed his second touchdown pass of the season hitting Matt Scott for an 18-yard strike. The pass capped the Gulls longest drive of the evening using 11 plays to go 77 yards in 4:48. It was Scott's first reception of the season.  

Kadarrius Campbell continued the explosive third quarter by the maroon and gold offense pushing the lead to 31-7 on a 20-yard touchdown scamper. Campbell concluded the night with eight carries for 46 yards.

The defense continued its outstanding start to the season holding the Lions scoreless after allowing the opening drive touchdown. Shane Gaines recorded the defenses' first interception of the season and the fifth of his career. Tom Montag and Patrick Bernardo combined for 12 total tackles to lead the team with six each while Matthew McFarland posted team-highs in both sacks and tackles for loss with two and two and a half respectively.

Salisbury returns to action on Saturday, September 29 when it travels to William Paterson University for its first road contest of the season. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m.