2003 Season Recap
The 2003 Salisbury University women's soccer team used a balanced offensive attack to record to post a 9-8-2 record. The Sea Gulls recorded another solid season in the Capital Athletic Conference as they went 5-1-1 in conference play including an undefeated record at home. SU had 16 players register goals enroute to a 2.18 goals per game average.
SU began the season by dropping two road contests before posting a 1-0 victory over Stevens Tech. The team would trade decisions for the next week but collected back-to-back road wins over St. Mary's (Md.) and Marymount (Va.). After a tough loss to Christopher Newport, the maroon and gold offense went off with a 12-0 victory over Gallaudet. Salisbury ended its season undefeated in its last six games before falling 1-0 to Mary Washington in the CAC semifinals.
The Sea Gulls were led by sophomore midfielder Brandi Sproul and junior fullback Rachael Cerza, who were both named to the All-CAC first team. Sophomore goalkeeper Katie Hendrickson was the final Salisbury player named to an All-CAC team when she was selected to the second team. Senior defender and elementary education major Dana Ollson was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District II College Division Women's Soccer Team after she posted a 4.00 grade point average.
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