Fri, Aug/31 Final
14 Albright
48 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Sep/15 Final
0 Kean
28 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Sep/22 Final
38 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Sep/29 Final
42 Salisbury
0 at Wm. Paterson
Sat, Oct/06 Final - OT
27 Salisbury
24 at Chris. Newport
Sat, Oct/13 Final
15 Montclair St.
17 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Oct/20 Final
33 Salisbury
0 at Southern Virginia
Sat, Oct/27 Final
45 No. 25 Salisbury
7 at Rowan
Sat, Nov/03 Final - OT
19 Wesley
13 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/10 Final - OT
35 Salisbury
38 at Frostburg State
Sat, Nov/17 Final
14 Alfred
7 vs. Salisbury
Fri, Sep/06 Final
63 Salisbury
28 at Albright
Sat, Sep/14 Final
19 Wis.-Oshkosh
24 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Oct/05 Final
27 Salisbury
24 at Montclair St.
Sat, Oct/12 Final
38 Wesley
45 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Oct/19 Final
7 Rowan
38 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Oct/26 Final
65 Salisbury
16 at Kean
Sat, Nov/02 Final
0 Chris. Newport
51 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/09 Final
62 Salisbury
20 at TCNJ
Sat, Nov/16 Final
42 Salisbury
13 at Wm. Paterson
Sat, Nov/23 Final
0 Maritime (N.Y.)
83 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/30 Final
41 Union (N.Y.)
62 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Dec/07 Final
24 Muhlenberg
8 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Mar/13 Final
32 Salisbury
30 at Wesley
Sun, Mar/21 Final
5 Chris. Newport
30 vs. Salisbury
Sun, Mar/28 Cancelled
vs. Salisbury
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Football prevails in final game with Wesley, 32-30

Football prevails in final game with Wesley, 32-30

DOVER, Del. – The final Route 13 Rivalry game proved to be a memorable one as the Salisbury University football team pulled out a 32-30 win over the Wesley Wolverines to open the unconventional Spring 2021 season.




First Quarter

  • Wesley scored first on its opening possession and capitalized on an early SU fumble to score on a Xavier Drummond 34-yard run to take a 6-0 lead two minutes into the game.
  • After Josh Adewumi intercepted a Brady Walters pass put Salisbury on its own 15-yard line, SU manufactured a long 6:34 drive that stretched into the second quarter.

Second Quarter

  • The long 13-play drive was capped off with a Jack Lanham touchdown pass to Hunter Cleaver on a 13-yard slant route. Bert Schrecongost added the extra point to give Salisbury the 7-6 lead.
  • The two teams traded punts throughout the second quarter before Salisbury went up 14-6 with five and half minutes left in the first half. The drive started with a 42-yard option run by Chad Gleason. Marcus Wilson capped off the drive by steamrolling into the end zone from one-yard out.
  • Wesley's quick-strike offense responded on the ensuing possession when Walters connected with Jerrish Halsey for a 63-yard touchdown to tie the game at 14 heading into halftime.

Third Quarter

  • Ben Spiess recovered a Walters fumble halfway through the third quarter for Salisbury's second turnover of the day. Salisbury gave the ball right back two plays later on a Lanham interception.
  • For the second time of the game, Wesley scored off a Salisbury turnover when Latrell McCants crossed the goal line with a one-yard touchdown run to put Wesley ahead 22-14.

Fourth Quarter

  • Salisbury cut into the Wesley lead, 22-17, when Schrecongost converted a 27-yard field goal to open the final frame.
  • An inadvertent kneel-down on a punt attempt gave Salisbury the ball on the Wesley eight-yard line. A play later, Wilson took the inside handoff to score a touchdown. Wilson would convert the two-point conversion to allow Salisbury to regain the lead, 25-22, with 13:30 left in the game.
  • Salisbury added insurance, 32-22, with just over two minutes left in the game. An 11-play, 92-yard drive that started with back-to-back 20-plus yard runs by Wilson and Gleason was sealed by a 14-yard scamper by Lanham.
  • Wesley was able to trim the lead down to one score, 32-30, when Walters and Halsey hooked up again with a 10-yard touchdown pass on fourth-and-goal play and McCants ran it in for two.
  • Salisbury recovered the onside-kick try from Wesley to cap the series with a Salisbury win.


  • Marcus Wilson led the Salisbury offense with 101 yards on 17 carries and a pair of touchdowns.
  • Jack Lanham went 9-of-16 through the air with 85 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Lanham added a touchdown on the ground.
  • Chad Gleason carried the ball seven times for 71 yards.
  • Shamar Gray notched 35 yards on the ground and 19 yards receiving.
  • Hunter Cleaver caught two passes for 40 yards and a touchdown.
  • Jake Schneider led the SU defense with eight tackles.
  • Josh Adewumi tallied seven tackles and an interception.
  • Sean Carroll, Casey Counts and A.J. Butler all recorded five tackles. Carroll added a tackle for loss and a pass breakup.
  • Ben Spiess registered a sack and a fumble recovery.
  • Salisbury held onto the ball for 32:57.


  • Brady Walters went 16-of-31 for 278 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.
  • Jerrish Halsey recorded a game-high 128 receiving yards on five catches and two scores.
  • Xavier Drummond (103) and Latrell McCants (63) each recorded a rushing touchdown for Wesley.
  • Marcus Gaspard paced the Wesley defense with 11 tackles, an interception and a tackle for loss.


  • Salisbury has a chance to lock up the New Jersey Athletic Conference South Division Championship on Sunday, March 21 when the Sea Gulls welcome CNU to the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
  • The game is set to start at 6 p.m.