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 Final
68 St. Mary's (Md.)
65 vs. Salisbury
Sat, Jan/25 4:00 PM
Chris. Newport
vs. Salisbury
Wed, Jan/29 7:00 PM
at York (Pa.)
Sat, Feb/01 4:00 PM
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
at Chris. Newport
Wed, Feb/19 7:00 PM
at Mary Washington
Sat, Feb/22 TBA
vs. Salisbury
Wed, Feb/26 TBA
vs. Salisbury
Sat, Feb/29 TBA
vs. Salisbury
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Thirteen players score for men's basketball in 73-31 win at Frostburg State

Thirteen players score for men's basketball in 73-31 win at Frostburg State

FROSTBURG, Md. – The No. 17 Salisbury University men's basketball team rolled to its first Capital Athletic Conference win of the season, topping Frostburg State University, 73-31, on Saturday afternoon at Bobcat Arena.

The 42-point win marks the largest margin of victory for the program since an 88-35 win against Christendom College on November 16, 2001.

A three-pointer from senior Kyle Savercool from just in front of the Frostburg State bench got the scoring going less than a minute in, but it would be one of just two field goals for the Sea Gulls (6-1, 1- CAC) in the game's first six minutes. Salisbury opened the game 2-for-11 from the floor, allowing the Bobcats to hold an early 7-6 lead.

Junior Justin Witmer got out in transition with just under 14 minutes left in the first half. He made his layup while getting fouled and made the free throw to put the Sea Gulls back up, 9-7. The three-point play sparked an 8-3 run for Salisbury.

The game remained in the Sea Gulls' favor throughout the first half. The Bobcats (1-6, 0-3 CAC) cut the lead to one point, 14-13, but Salisbury put up a 9-0 spurt to stretch the lead out to double digits, 23-13, with 4:30 left in the period.

The run did not end there, as Salisbury used quick passes in transition to nullify the defensive presence of Frostburg's 6-foot-7 center Zachary Coalmon, who finished the game with seven blocks.

Sophomore Jordan Brooks made a floater over Coalmon to get the lead to 25-13 before Brooks' three in the corner and Gordon Jeter's dunk in transition preceded a Witmer three for a 35-16 lead, the largest lead of the half.

Salisbury's first-half run came to a close when Quinton Dodson hit a running floater on left baseline, but the Sea Gulls took the 35-18 lead into halftime.

Neither team could find the bottom of the net in the opening moments of the second half until Rocky Harris buried a three-pointer from the left wing in transition, with 17:52 on the clock, to make the lead 20 for the first time, 38-18. It was the start of a 13-0 run over the next five and a half minutes.

The smothering Salisbury defense would not allow the Bobcats to score until a James Peters layup with 12:32 left in the contest, as the lead had grown to 48-18. The Sea Gull defense held the Bobcats to 4-of-31 shooting from the floor in the final 20 minutes.

The Sea Gull advantage remained north of 20 through the remainder of the game and got back to 30 with a Jeter dunk off Chase Kumor's drive and dish before Justin May hit from the right side pushing the lead to 60-29.

Salisbury's edge topped out at 42 with just under a minute to play when Bobby Bates connected on a pair of three-pointers and Kumor made one from just in front of the Sea Gull bench. The bucket marked the first points of Kumor's collegiate career and made 13 individual scorers for the Sea Gulls, who were paced by Witmer's 12 points and Jeter's 10.

The Sea Gulls outrebounded Frostburg on the afternoon, 50-44, with Savercool bringing in nine and Witmer and Adrien Straughn each pulling down eight.

The Sea Gulls return to action on Wednesday night, December 9, for the final home game of 2015, hosting Penn State University-Harrisburg. The game, as part of a doubleheader with the women's basketball team, is scheduled to tipoff at 7:30 p.m.