Salisbury University head men's lacrosse coach Jim Berkman discusses Kylor Berkman's legacy and impact on the men's lacrosse program.
The Salisbury University men's lacrosse team was ranked first in College Athletic Advisor's Top 20 Programs that inspire.
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. This week, we check in with SU Athletics Hall of Fame inductee in the Class of 2012 and men’s lacrosse alumnus Erik Miller ’95. A two-time All-American, including first-team honors in 1994, Miller was named the National Goalie of the Year in 1994. Miller helped Salisbury men’s lacrosse win its first national championship in 1994 with a 15-9 win over Hobart. After the national championship game, he was selected as the Most Outstanding Player.
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).
In an interview sponsored by The Irish Penny Pub & Grill, Salisbury University Athletics Hall of Famer Chase Caruso '08 chats about playing in the "COVID" season with the Denver Outlaws of Major League Lacrosse, the layoff from playing lacrosse, his time at SU and more.
Major League Lacrosse (MLL) and Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) are currently holding tournaments to determine a champion after both league's regular seasons were disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.