Two days before No. 6 Johns Hopkins and UMBC postponed Saturday’s meeting due to concerns over extreme weather, Salisbury had already moved its home opener against Lynchburg from Saturday to Wednesday.
“The forecast for Saturday is 25 degrees with 25 miles-per-hour with wind chills in the single digits,” Sea Gulls coach Jim Berkman said. “You start to get into a dangerous area there.Read more
Cold weather Saturday is leading to schedule changes for UMBC, Johns Hopkins, Maryland, Navy Towson, Mount St.Read more
After a 2-3 start to begin 2015, the Sea Gulls righted the ship to capture the Capital Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament crowns.Read more
Mount St. Mary’s has just nine true and fifth-year seniors on its roster this season, which is the fewest number the team has fielded in recent memory.
But the Mountaineers’ projected starting lineup boasts six seniors and juniors and zero freshmen. Coach Tom Gravante said the amount of experience should benefit the program this spring.Read more
Matt Vierheller ended last season as the starting goalkeeper for Mount St. Mary¿s, ranking in the top 25 in Division I in save percentage (eighth), goals-against average (13th) and saves per game (23rd). He appeared poised to extend that status into 2016.Read more
Stevenson returned six of 10 starters from last spring's team that went 16-5 overall and captured the Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth regular-season and tournament crowns for the third consecutive year. The Mustangs - who are ranked No.Read more