At 2-3, Salisbury is enduring its worst start in at least 17 years and is below .500 for the first time since losing two of its first three games in 2013. But coach Jim Berkman remains optimistic about the team¿s potential.
When freshman attacker Megan Whittle started the first Maryland game of the season, there was no question she was ready for the highest level of the college game. But she's still grateful for every bit of encouragement her teammates have to offer.
The chances that two-time defending Division III national champion Salisbury would extend its home winning streak to 42 in Tuesday night's women's lacrosse season opener grew more remote as the first half went on. Despite the setbacks, the Sea Gulls rallied to win, 10-9, in double overtime.