2017 Salisbury University Women's Soccer News

  • Gordon, Lucas, Tacka named to CAC First Team; Homeyer, Knussman earn Second Team honors.
    November 09, 2017
    The Capital Athletic Conference announced its All-CAC women’s soccer teams on Thursday and Salisbury seniors Ruthie Lucas and Jamie Tacka, and sophomore Dana Gordon were named to the first team. Senior Hope Knussman and freshman Kayla Homeyer each earned second team honors.
  • Sea Gulls fall to Bobcats in CAC semifinals on late goal
    November 01, 2017
    No. 3 Salisbury went toe to toe with No. 2 Frostburg State University in the Capital Athletic Conference semifinals on Wednesday night. A goal in the 83rd minute was all the Bobcats needed to defeat the Sea Gulls and move on to the final round.
  • Women’s soccer set for semifinals matchup at Frostburg State
    October 31, 2017
    The No. 3 Salisbury University women’s soccer team will travel to No. 2 Frostburg State University for a Capital Athletic Conference semifinals matchup on Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m.
  • Knussman named ECAC South Region’s Defensive Player of the Week
    October 31, 2017
    The Eastern College Athletic Conference announced the players of the week for the week ending October 29, and Salisbury University Senior Goalkeeper Hope Knussman was named the South Region Defensive Player of the week for the first time in her career.
  • Lucas, Knussman pick up weekly CAC honors
    October 30, 2017
    The Capital Athletic Conference announced its weekly women’s soccer award winners on Monday and Salisbury University seniors Ruthie Lucas and Hope Knussman each earned honors.
  • Sea Gulls move on to semifinals with win over Lions
    October 28, 2017
    The No. 3 Salisbury University women's soccer team hosted sixth-seeded Penn State University-Harrisburg on Saturday afternoon in a Capital Athletics Conference first-round matchup. The Sea Gulls' three goals on the day, combined with another strong defensive effort, helped secure the victory and sent the team on to the semifinals.
  • Women’s soccer prepares to host sixth-seeded Lions in CAC opening round
    October 27, 2017
    The Salisbury University women’s soccer team will host a first-round Capital Athletic Conference tournament game against Penn State University-Harrisburg on Saturday, October 28 at 2 p.m. at Sea Gull Soccer Stadium.
  • Sea Gulls earn 6-0 victory in regular season finale
    October 26, 2017
    The women’s soccer team traveled up Route 13 on Wednesday evening to take on rival Wesley College in what was its final regular season contest. Salisbury would go on to defeat the Wolverines, 6-0.
  • Sea Gulls drop road match to Bobcats
    October 21, 2017
    The Salisbury University women's soccer team traveled to Frostburg State University on Saturday afternoon to take on the rival Bobcats in its first game away from home following a 3-1 homestand. A goal early in the second half was all Frostburg needed to secure the 1-0 win.
  • Sea Gulls fall to No. 8 Christopher Newport
    October 18, 2017
    The women’s soccer team finished off a four-game homestand on Wednesday afternoon against Capital Athletic Conference rival no. 8 Christopher Newport University. The top seed in the conference was on the line, as each team came into the conference undefeated, but two second half goals would keep the Captains afloat, as the Sea Gulls fell, 2-0.
  • Knussman earns second CAC Player of the Week honor
    October 16, 2017
    The Capital Athletic Conference announced its weekly award winners for women’s soccer on Monday and Salisbury University senior Hope Knussman was named the league’s Defensive co-Player of the Week.
  • Sea Gulls defeat Spartans to jump to 6-0 in conference play
    October 15, 2017
    The women’s soccer team played their third home game in eight days on Sunday afternoon when they hasted conference opponent York College of Pennsylvania. The Spartans made things difficult for a Sea Gulls team that has found its stride by scoring game-winners early against capital athletic conference foes, but a goal in the final minutes off a corner kick would seal the deal for the home team and give them their sixth consecutive CAC shutout victory.
  • Sea Gulls defeat Saints for fifth straight win
    October 11, 2017
    The women’s soccer team (7-7-0, 5-0-0 CAC) hosted Marymount University of Virginia (2-8-2, 1-4-0 CAC) at Sea Gull Soccer Stadium on a rainy Wednesday afternoon. Salisbury goals were scored early and often, and when all was said and done, it was the home team walking off the field with a 5-0 victory.
  • Tacka named CAC Defensive Player of the Week
    October 09, 2017
    The Capital Athletic Conference announced its weekly awards for women’s soccer on Monday and Salisbury University senior Jamie Tacka was named the league’s Defensive Player of the Week.
  • Sea Gulls shut down Lions for fourth straight conference shutout
    October 07, 2017
    The women’s soccer team played host to the Penn State University-Harrisburg Lions on Saturday afternoon as part of Homecoming weekend festivities. Another early score mixed with a stifling defensive presence was enough to give the Sea Gulls another shutout victory, defeating their conference opponents, 2-0.
  • Early goal by Boller lifts women’s soccer team to third straight CAC victory
    October 04, 2017
    The women’s soccer team finished up a five-game road trip on Wednesday afternoon when they traveled to St. Mary’s College (Md.) to take on the Seahawks. An early goal and strong defense was enough to earn the victory over their opponents, pushing the team’s shutout streak to three to begin conference play.
  • Knussman named CAC Defensive Player of the Week
    October 02, 2017
    The Capital Athletic Conference announced its weekly women’s soccer awards on Monday and Salisbury University senior Hope Knussman was named the league’s Defensive Player of the Week.
  • Lucas’ late goal captures victory over Mary Washington
    September 30, 2017
    The women’s soccer team traveled to the University of Mary Washington to take on the Eagles in their second conference game and came away with a victory. A goal in the 80th minute by forward Ruthie Lucas was enough to get the job done, as they defeated the Eagles, 1-0.
  • Lucas claims CAC co-Player of the Week honors
    September 25, 2017
    The Capital Athletic Conference announced its weekly awards for women’s soccer on Monday and Salisbury University senior Ruthie Lucas was named the league’s co-Player of the Week.
  • Sea Gulls fall to Bridgewater, 2-0
    September 24, 2017
    After securing a victory at Southern Virginia University on Saturday, the women’s soccer team continued their road trip when they traveled an hour north on Sunday afternoon to take on Bridgewater College. The result of the contest was a 2-0 defeat to the Eagles to close out the weekend.
  • Early goal holds as Sea Gulls defeat Southern Virginia, 1-0
    September 23, 2017
    The women’s soccer team took to the road on Saturday evening to open Capital Athletic Conference play against the Southern Virginia University Knights. A quick strike moments after kickoff would end up being the game-winner for the Sea Gulls, who shutout their opponents, 1-0.
  • Lucas nets two in win over Rutgers-Newark
    September 19, 2017
    The Salisbury University women's soccer team recorded its second victory of the season in a defining road win over Rutgers University-Newark on Tuesday evening, 2-1. Forward Ruthie Lucas scored twice for the Sea Gulls, while freshman goalkeeper Emma Hill earned her first start — and win — of her college career.
  • Sea Gulls fall to Cardinals at home, 5-4
    September 16, 2017
    The women's soccer team returned home on Saturday to host The Catholic University of America, but was unable to secure the victory despite a tremendous offensive output. The team led their opponents for much of the contest, but the Cardinals were able to capture the come-from-behind victory.
  • Women's soccer falls at Virginia Wesleyan, 1-0
    September 13, 2017
    The women's soccer team traveled south on Wednesday evening to take on the Virginia Wesleyan University Marlins but suffered a tough 1-0 loss.
  • Early goals sink Sea Gulls in shutout loss to Roanoke
    September 09, 2017
    The Salisbury University women's soccer team made their final appearance of the Shellenberger Classic on Saturday afternoon when they took on Roanoke College falling to the Maroons 3-0. It was the Sea Gulls' second shutout loss in as many days.
  • Sea Gulls fall to host Lynchburg in opening round of Shellenberger Classic
    September 08, 2017
    The Salisbury University women’s soccer team traveled to Lynchburg, Virginia on Friday to take part in the Shellenberger Classic, but ended up dropping their first game of the weekend to host Lynchburg College, 1-0.
  • Sea Gulls earn first victory of 2017 with win over Washington College
    September 05, 2017
    The Salisbury women’s soccer team secured their first victory of the season on Tuesday afternoon by defeating their Eastern Shore rivals, the Washington College (Md.) Shorewomen. Dana Gordon, Mackenzie Ryan, and Carly Glassford each tallied a goal in the 3-1 victory.
  • Sea Gulls fall to No. 4 William Smith 1-0 to close out Salisbury University Classic
    September 02, 2017
    The Salisbury University women’s soccer team took on No. 4 William Smith College on the final day of the Salisbury University Classic Saturday afternoon, but were unable to secure a win against one of the top teams in the country.
  • Despite late surge, Sea Gulls fall to Shenandoah 2-1 to open season
    September 01, 2017
    The Salisbury University women’s soccer team opened up their season – and their brand new soccer complex – on Friday afternoon against visiting Shenandoah University, but a late offensive surge wasn’t enough to overcome a one goal deficit before time expired. The Hornets went on to defeat the Maroon and Gold by a score of 2-1 in a tightly-fought contest that can best be described as a tale of two halves.
  • Season Preview: Sea Gulls’ seasoned talent and increased offense will be the keys to success in 2017
    August 31, 2017
    SALISBURY, Md. – The Salisbury University women’s soccer team and Head Coach Kwame Lloyd are anticipating remarkable things as they get set to begin their 2017 campaign this weekend. Seven seniors – including six starters – are back this season, and it will be their growth and veteran leadership that will give this squad a real chance to make an impact in conference and postseason play.
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