Following the 2016 football season, Alex Potocko became the first Salisbury University football player to be named a CoSIDA Academic All-American, earning first-team honors. On Wednesday, he became the first student-athlete in Salisbury history – across any varsity program – to be named a First-Team Academic All-American twice when the College Sports Information Directors of America announced its football honorees.
The New Jersey Athletic Conference announced its weekly football awards for the first week of the postseason and Salisbury University freshman Jack Lanham was named the league’s Offensive Rookie of the Week.
The Salisbury University football team made its 14th-consecutive postseason appearance on Saturday, playing in the Scotty Whitelaw Bowl as part of the ECAC D3 Football Fest against Ithaca College, but the Bombers came up with the 27-17 victory.
The Salisbury University football team is going to continue its 2017 season for one more week with Monday afternoon’s announcement from the Eastern College Athletic Conference that the Sea Gulls have been selected to participate in the ECAC D3 Football Fest this Saturday, November 18.
A battle of two of the top defenses in the nation lived up to the billing as the Salisbury University football team hosted No. 16 Frostburg State University in the 19th annual Regents Cup game, with the Bobcats coming out with a 14-7 double-overtime victory.
The Salisbury University football team's annual Bull Roast has a new home and a new date for this year, being held on campus, in the new Guerrieri Academic Commons, and moving into the season, scheduled to be held on Saturday, October 28.
Salisbury University football stretched its winning streak to three with a 27-7 victory over host The College of New Jersey on Saturday afternoon scoring 27 unanswered points including 20 in the second half to earn the win.
The Eastern College Athletic Conference has announced its first Player of the Week awards for the 2017-18 season and Salisbury University football freshman Xavier Harkum was named the South Rookie of the Week for his performance in the Sea Gulls’ 63-7 win against William Paterson on Saturday, September 9.
The Salisbury University football team picked up its first win of the 2017 season in its home opener on Saturday afternoon, rolling to a 63-7 victory against William Paterson University. The contest also marked the New Jersey Athletic Conference opener for each squad.
The Salisbury University football team hit the road for its 2017 season opening at Albright College and despite trailing late, the Sea Gulls fought back, tying the contest late in regulation, forcing overtime, but the Lions were able to capitalize in the extra session for a 38-35 victory.
The Salisbury University football team closed out the 2016 season on a high note, winning the Eastern College Athletic Conference Legacy Bowl against Carnegie Mellon University in impressive fashion, 52-20, with a punishing running game and a stifling defense.