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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Sea Gull offense gets hot for 81-44 victory over Frostburg

Sea Gull offense gets hot for 81-44 victory over Frostburg

FROSTBURG, Md. - The Salisbury University men's basketball team went on the road for an 81-44 victory over Frostburg State University in Capital Athletic Conference action on Saturday.

The Sea Gulls opened the game on a 10-4 run, with three-pointers coming on their first-two possessions. Senior Conor Strickland hit from the right wing for the game's first points, and after a Bobcat score, sophomore Justin Witmer gave SU a 6-2 lead from the left wing.

Junior Wyatt Smith scored on a hook shot in the paint, before Witmer hit two free throws to cap the run and give Salisbury a six-point lead in the first three minutes of the contest.

Frostburg cut the lead to 10-8 at the 15:11 mark, but over the next six minutes and 17 seconds, the Gulls increased their lead to double digits with a 9-0 run.

Strickland hit from three again, this time from the left wing, before junior Adrien Straughn and Witmer drained long-distance shots from the right wing to make the score 19-8.

A 5-2 stretch in favor of FSU got the SU lead back down to single digits, but another 9-0 spurt for the Gulls built a 30-13 advantage with 5:30 left in the first half.

After a Salisbury timeout, Straughn hit from the top of the key for his second three. Junior Kyle Savercool drained a long-range shot from the right wing on SU's next possession, and after a Straughn steal to regain possession for the Gulls, freshman Gordon Jeter pulled down two offensive rebounds and eventually found junior Rocky Harris on the left wing to cap the run with his first three. 

The Sea Gulls held their double-digit lead for the rest of the first half, and Witmer and Strickland both added another score to give SU a 36-20 advantage at the break. Witmer paced the team with 10 points in the first half, while Salisbury led the rebounding 22-14 and was shooting 61.5 percent from behind the arc.

Harris opened the second half with a three, as the Gulls continued to stay hot offensively, opening the half on a 19-2 run in the first six minutes.

Jeter scored four-straight points after a Bobcat score, and Smith followed with a hook shot on the right block. Witmer and Straughn added three-pointers during the run, and freshman Jordan Brooks capped the stretch with a fast-break put-back layup to push Salisbury's lead to 55-22.

The Sea Gulls continued to build their lead, increasing it to as large as 43 points after a Jeter free throw at the 7:04 mark for a 72-29 advantage, before going on for their fifth CAC victory of the season.

Witmer and Harris both scored 13 points to lead the team, while 11 Gulls put up points in the contest. Jeter and Smith led the team with seven rebounds, each, and Strickland tallied a team-best six assists. Salisbury shot 56 percent from three and 52.7 percent from the floor in the game.

Salisbury returns home for its next game on Wednesday, January 21, as the Sea Gulls host CAC-foe Wesley College at Maggs Physical Activities Center; the opening tip is set for 7:30 p.m.