1994 Season Recap
Although in only its first year as a varsity program, the 1994 Salisbury State University women's soccer team looked like season veterans as the Sea Gulls claimed the Capital Athletic Conference Championship behind a 13-5 record.
The Sea Gulls played their first intercollegiate game at home against Western Maryland where they came away with a 3-0 victory. SU would drop its next game to Shenandoah before posting three consecutive wins at home, two of which were by shutout. The Sea Gulls would go on to win three out of their next four contests before dropping two tough matches to Randolph-Macon and Virginia Wesleyan. Salisbury was relentless once again as it responded with a pair of non-conference wins. SU won its final regular season CAC match over Catholic which proved to be quite a boost as the maroon and gold reeled off three consecutive wins in the CAC Tournament to be honored as champions.
Junior Ava Tasker was the Sea Gulls main offensive threat as she was named to the Capital Athletic Conference first team and the NSCAA All-South Region second team. Tasker was selected by the coaching staff as the Sea Gulls' Most Valuable Player while freshman Danielle Urban was honored with the Most Improved award and junior Karen Mannion was given the Coaches Award.
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