Fri, Aug/31 Final
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14 Albright
48 vs Salisbury
Sat, Sep/15 Final
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0 Kean
28 vs Salisbury
Sat, Sep/22 Final
Football
7 TCNJ
38 vs Salisbury
Sat, Sep/29 Final
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42 Salisbury
0 at Wm. Paterson
Sat, Oct/06 Final - OT
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27 Salisbury
24 at Chris. Newport
Sat, Oct/13 Final
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15 Montclair St.
17 vs Salisbury
Sat, Oct/20 Final
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33 Salisbury
0 at Southern Virginia
Sat, Oct/27 Final
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45 No. 25 Salisbury
7 at Rowan
Sat, Nov/03 Final - OT
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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
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63 Salisbury
28 at Albright
Sat, Sep/14 Final
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19 Wis.-Oshkosh
24 vs Salisbury
Sat, Oct/05 Final
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27 Salisbury
24 at Montclair St.
Sat, Oct/12 Final
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38 Wesley
45 vs Salisbury
Sat, Oct/19 Final
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7 Rowan
38 vs Salisbury
Sat, Oct/26 Final
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65 Salisbury
16 at Kean
Sat, Nov/02 Final
Football
0 Chris. Newport
51 vs Salisbury
Sat, Nov/09 Final
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62 Salisbury
20 at TCNJ
Sat, Nov/16 Final
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42 Salisbury
13 at Wm. Paterson
Sat, Nov/23 Final
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0 Maritime (N.Y.)
83 vs Salisbury
Sat, Nov/30 Final
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41 Union (N.Y.)
62 vs Salisbury
Sat, Dec/07 Final
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24 Muhlenberg
8 vs Salisbury
Sat, Mar/13 Final
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32 Salisbury
30 at Wesley
Sun, Mar/21 Final
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5 Chris. Newport
30 vs Salisbury
Sun, Mar/28 Cancelled
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Kean
vs Salisbury
Fri, Sep/03 Final
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56 Salisbury
14 at Albright
Sat, Sep/11 Final
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31 Wis.-Whitewater
14 vs Salisbury
Sat, Sep/25 Final
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14 Western New Eng.
40 vs Salisbury
Sat, Oct/02 Final
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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
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84 Salisbury
14 at Chris. Newport
Sat, Nov/06 Final
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23 TCNJ
37 vs Salisbury
Sat, Nov/13 Final
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7 Wm. Paterson
38 vs Salisbury
Sat, Nov/20 Final
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45 Johns Hopkins
20 vs Salisbury
Fri, Sep/02 Final
Football
0 Albright
49 vs Salisbury
Sat, Sep/10 Final
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21 Salisbury
35 at Stevenson
Sat, Sep/17 Final
Football
14 Ave Maria
42 vs Salisbury
Sat, Sep/24 Final
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35 Salisbury
0 at Western New Eng.
Sat, Oct/01 Final
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7 Montclair St.
30 vs Salisbury
Sat, Oct/08 Final
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23 Salisbury
0 at Wm. Paterson
Sat, Oct/22 Final
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70 Salisbury
17 at TCNJ
Sat, Oct/29 Final
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23 Rowan
28 vs Salisbury
Sat, Nov/05 Final
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32 Salisbury
17 at Kean
Sat, Nov/12 Final
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33 Chris. Newport
36 vs Salisbury
Sat, Nov/19 Final
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0 Salisbury
51 at Mount Union
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Navitsky and Broadwater rush for over 100 yards; Sea Gulls shutout William Paterson

Navitsky and Broadwater rush for over 100 yards; Sea Gulls shutout William Paterson

WAYNE, N.J. – 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 yard rushing performances as Navitsky totaled a team-best 130 yards on 19 carries to lead the team. Broadwater rushed for 101 yards on just nine carries and added two touchdowns to his stat line, which tied him for a team-best with Kadarrius Campbell.   

The Sea Gulls (4-0, 3-0 NJAC) jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter behind touchdown runs from both Campbell and Broadwater. After forcing one of three William Paterson three-and-outs on the afternoon Navitsky marched the Salisbury offense on a five-play 46-yard touchdown drive that culminated with a 15-yard run by Campbell for the 7-0 lead.

Salisbury doubled its lead on its very next drive, this time embarking on a 7-yard touchdown drive that took under three minutes off the clock. Navitsky did most the work accounting for 49 of the 70 yards on three straight running plays including a 37-yard scamper on second down to get the maroon and gold to the Pioneer 29-yard line. Broadwater would finish off the drive with his first touchdown of the afternoon scoring from 17 yards out to push the advantage to 14-0.

The Gulls took a 21-0 lead into the half off a 13-yard touchdown strike from Navitsky to Cameron Carlyle, their second touchdown connection in the last three games, with just two seconds left to play in the half.

Broadwater and Campbell continued their successful afternoons in the second half with each running for a touchdown in the third quarter. Broadwater finished off the Sea Gulls' first drive of the third quarter punching it in from four yards out to cap a five-play, 45-yard drive.

Then on what proved to be the Sea Gulls' longest drive of the game in both yardage and time of posession, Campbell extended the lead to 35-0 when he found the endzone from four yards out. His second touchdown run of the game capped the 12-play, 78-yard drive that chewed up over six minutes of game time.

The defense played solid throughout the contest holding the Pioneers to just 25 yards on the ground, forcing six punts, and also forcing a fumble while limiting William Paterson to just a 4-of-13 mark on third down.

Patrick Bernardo led all Sea Gulls with seven tackles and a fumble recovery while Austin Farinholt totaled six tackles as well as team-highs in both sacks and tackles for loss with one each. Sean Carroll also turned in a solid performance intercepting Pioneer quarterback Tracy Fudge while also recording six tackles, five of which were solo.

Salisbury returns to action on Saturday, October 6 when it travels to Christopher Newport University for a 6 p.m. contest under the lights against the Captains.