The Salisbury University softball team saw its run in the Capital Athletic Conference tournament come to a close on Saturday afternoon at Christopher Newport University, falling in its games to Frostburg State University and the host Captains.
The Salisbury University softball team will open play in the CAC tournament on Saturday afternoon, playing twice, looking to advance in the three-team pod being played at Christopher Newport University. The Sea Gulls begin play at 2 p.m., against Frostburg State University and will take on the host Captains at 4 p.m.
The Salisbury University softball team celebrated its three seniors on Saturday afternoon, prior to its final regular season home doubleheader of the year, then split its games against visiting Southern Virginia University.
The Salisbury University softball team picked up a Capital Athletic Conference doubleheader split with No. 5 Christopher Newport University on Friday afternoon at a breezy Sea Gull Softball Stadium. Salisbury won the opener, 2-0, before falling in the second game, 6-1.
The Salisbury University softball team picked up a doubleheader sweep against visiting Stevenson University on Sunday at Sea Gull Softball Stadium, claiming the opener in six innings before battling from behind three times in the second game for the sweep.
The Salisbury University softball team earned a Capital Athletic Conference doubleheader split at the University of Mary Washington on Wednesday afternoon, claiming the first game, 10-1 in six innings, before dropping the nightcap, 3-1.
The No. 25 Salisbury University softball team got back in the win column on Saturday afternoon. After dropping the opener of the team’s doubleheader against Ursinus College at Sea Gull Softball Stadium, the Sea Gulls rallied for a 7-6 victory.
The No. 17 Salisbury University softball team split a doubleheader on Saturday afternoon at Sea Gull Softball Stadium against The College of New Jersey, earning a 4-3 win in the opener before falling 9-1 in the second game.
The Salisbury University softball team got back to action after a two-week layoff due to weather cancellations, getting a pair of wins on Saturday, topping Clarkson University and Washington (Md.) College.