Sat, Nov/10 Final
79 Arcadia
85 vs. Salisbury
Fri, Nov/16 Final
78 DeSales
85 vs. Johns Hopkins
Fri, Nov/16 Final
73 Lancaster Bible
92 at Salisbury
Sat, Nov/17 Final
80 DeSales
68 vs. Lancaster Bible
Sat, Nov/17 Final
69 No. 15 Johns Hopkins
78 at Salisbury
Tue, Nov/20 Final
55 Salisbury
52 at Va. Wesleyan
Mon, Nov/26 Final
68 Salisbury
62 at Washington (Md.)
Wed, Nov/28 Final
71 Goucher
101 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Dec/01 Final
96 Salisbury
94 at St. Mary's (Md.)
Wed, Dec/05 Final - OT
67 Salisbury
65 at Marymount (Va.)
Sun, Dec/09 Final - OT
89 Wesley
91 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Dec/22 Final
76 Salisbury
97 at Rowan
Sat, Dec/29 Final
82 No. 22 Salisbury
63 at Springfield
Sun, Dec/30 Final
71 No. 16 Nichols
78 vs. No. 22 Salisbury
Sat, Jan/05 Final
65 Penn St.-Harrisburg
78 vs. No. 22 Salisbury
Wed, Jan/09 Final
70 No. 19 Salisbury
84 at Mary Washington
Sat, Jan/12 Final
86 No. 19 Salisbury
84 at Southern Virginia
Wed, Jan/16 Final
90 York (Pa.)
75 vs. No. 24 Salisbury
Sat, Jan/19 Final
97 Frostburg State
86 vs. No. 24 Salisbury
Wed, Jan/23 Final
64 Salisbury
67 at No. 15 Chris. Newport
Sat, Jan/26 Final
77 St. Mary's (Md.)
97 vs. Salisbury
Wed, Jan/30 Final
66 Mary Washington
79 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Feb/02 Final
87 Salisbury
80 at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Wed, Feb/06 Final
82 Salisbury
83 at York (Pa.)
Sat, Feb/09 Final
75 Southern Virginia
84 vs. Salisbury
Wed, Feb/13 Final
91 Chris. Newport
74 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Feb/16 Final
90 Salisbury
83 at Frostburg State
Tue, Feb/19 Final - OT
76 CAC No. 5 Frostburg St.
78 vs. CAC No. 4 Salisbury
Thu, Feb/21 Final
71 CAC No. 4 Salisbury
87 at CAC No. 1 Chris. Newport
Fri, Mar/01 Final
61 Salisbury
75 vs. Baldwin Wallace
Sat, Nov/09 Final
106 Salisbury
68 vs. Rosemont
Sun, Nov/10 Final
72 Salisbury
76 at Arcadia
Tue, Nov/12 Final
74 Salisbury
62 at Stockton
Sat, Nov/16 Final
79 Yeshiva
71 vs. Salisbury
Wed, Nov/20 Final
73 Marymount (Va.)
68 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/23 Final
66 Salisbury
47 at Goucher
Tue, Nov/26 Final
78 Va. Wesleyan
64 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Nov/30 Final
70 Salisbury
71 at Carnegie Mellon
Sun, Dec/01 Final
69 Salisbury
75 vs. Brockport
Thu, Dec/05 Final - OT
96 Salisbury
92 at Cabrini
Sun, Dec/08 Final - OT
99 Salisbury
101 at Wesley
Fri, Dec/20 Final
84 Rowan
74 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Dec/28 Final
88 Salisbury
80 vs. Marietta
Sun, Dec/29 Final - OT
82 Ohio Wesleyan
80 vs. Salisbury
Wed, Jan/08 Final
61 Apprentice School
66 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Jan/11 Final
78 Salisbury
75 at Southern Virginia
Wed, Jan/15 Final
65 Mary Washington
75 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Jan/18
2nd - 00:20
66 St. Mary's (Md.)
63 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Jan/25 4:00 PM
Chris. Newport
vs. Salisbury
Wed, Jan/29 7:00 PM
Salisbury
at York (Pa.)
Sat, Feb/01 4:00 PM
Salisbury
at St. Mary's (Md.)
Wed, Feb/05 7:00 PM
York (Pa.)
vs. Salisbury
Sat, Feb/08 3:00 PM
Southern Virginia
vs. Salisbury
Sat, Feb/15 4:00 PM
Salisbury
at Chris. Newport
Wed, Feb/19 7:00 PM
Salisbury
at Mary Washington
Sat, Feb/22 TBA
TBA
vs. Salisbury
Wed, Feb/26 TBA
TBA
vs. Salisbury
Sat, Feb/29 TBA
TBA
vs. Salisbury
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Three Sea Gulls named to NABC Honors Court for classroom work

Three Sea Gulls named to NABC Honors Court for classroom work

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Three Salisbury University student-athletes were recently honored for their performance in the classroom by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). Sea Gull men's basketball players Tim Harwood, Dylan Robeson and Brandyn Wilkerson were named to the 2012-13 NABC Honors Court, the association announced Wednesday.

The NABC Honors Court recognizes those collegiate basketball student-athletes who excelled in academics during the 2012-13 season. The NABC Honors Court recognizes the talents and gifts that these student-athletes possess off the court, and the hard work they exhibit in the classroom.

In order to be named to the Honors Court, an athlete must meet a high standard of academic criteria. To be eligible, a student-athlete must be: a varsity player and a junior or senior academically; have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher; and must have been at their current institution for at least one year.

Harwood, a Physical Education major, has been named to consecutive Capital Athletic Conference All-Academic Teams. He averaged 13 points and 2.7 rebounds per game as a junior last season. The 6-foot shooting guard from Rockville, Md., shot 41.3 percent (62-of-150) from three-point range to finish fourth in the CAC and also ranked seventh nationally in free-throw percentage, converting 89.9 percent of his opportunities. Harwood was named CAC Player of the Week on Dec. 10 and earned a spot on the all-tournament team at Gallaudet (Nov. 24).

Robeson, a senior in 2012-13, graduated in May with his degree in Physical Education and was named to the 2009-10 and 2012-13 CAC All-Academic Teams. In 27 games last season, Robeson made 14 starts and averaged a career-high 2.5 points per contest. The 5-foot-8 guard from Fairfax, Va. led the Sea Gulls with a 46.5 three-point shooting percentage (20-of-43) and drained half of his attempts from beyond the arc (12-of-24) during CAC play.

Wilkerson, a 5-foot-10 guard from Mount Airy, Md., is a Physical Education major and has been named to consecutive CAC All-Academic Teams. As a junior in 2012-13, Wilkerson scored 25 points over 21 appearances and logged 5.4 minutes per contest. He also compiled 10 rebounds, six assists, and five steals.

Salisbury and York (Pa.) College led the CAC with three student-athletes named to the list. Led by second-year head coach Josh MerkelSalisbury (19-8) advanced to the CAC tournament semifinals as the third seed and fell to Wesley, 73-66. However, the Sea Gulls collected their most wins since the 1996-97 season.

About the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC)

Located in Kansas City, Missouri, the NABC was founded in 1927 by Phog Allen, the legendary basketball coach at the University of Kansas. Allen, a student of James Naismith, the inventor of basketball, organized coaches into this collective group to serve as Guardians of the Game. The NABC currently has nearly 5,000 members consisting primarily of university and college men's basketball coaches. All members of the NABC are expected to uphold the core values of being a Guardian of the Game by bringing attention to the positive aspects of the sport of basketball and the role coaches play in the academic and athletic lives of today's student-athletes. The four core values of being a Guardian of the Game are advocacy, leadership, service and education. For additional information about the NABC, its programs and membership, go to www.nabc.org