Four NCAA Tournament Appearances
2000 National Quarterfinalists
Four Capital Athletic Conference Championships
.758 CAC winning percentage (135-38-15)
- 15 All-Region Selections (Three First-Team)
- 123 All-CAC Selections (70 First-Team)
- Two CAC Players of the Year
- Two CAC Rookies of the Year
- Five CAC Coaches of the Year
A Rising Tide
On October 12, 2019, Salisbury women's soccer pulled off a 5-2 stunner over third-ranked Christopher Newport, snapping the Captains' 37-match Capital Athletic Conference winning streak. The upset was the Sea Gulls' first win over CNU since 2012 and ultimately propelled SU to its first CAC regular season title in seven years.
13-3-3 (most wins since 2011)
CAC Regular Season Champs (9-0-1)
- 14-match unbeaten streak (11-0-3), Sept. 11-Oct. 30
- 12 shutouts (allowed three goals in CAC play)
- Ended CNU's 37-match CAC unbeaten streak (since 2014)
- Program Record Eight First-Team All-CAC Selections
- Three All-Region Selections (Beck, Hill, Rossiter)
- CAC Rookie of the Year (Kasey Lamb)
- CAC Coach of the Year (Kwame Lloyd)
Meet Coach Lloyd
Just the third head coach in Salisbury women's soccer history, Kwame Lloyd (left) took the reins at SU in 2013 and enters his ninth season on the sidelines at Sea Gull Soccer Stadium.
- Career record: 67-47-17 (42-16-4, CAC)
- CAC Coach of the Year: 2014, 2019
- Four All-Region selections
- 30 All-CAC selections
- Five CAC semifinal appearances
SU Athletics: Tradition of Excellence
For over 80 years, Salisbury University athletics have played an integral part in campus life. The University's exemplary student-athletes and outstanding coaches have created a legacy of excellence that place SU's 21 NCAA Division III teams among the top programs in the nation.
The Sea Gulls have been ranked among the top 10 percent of the Learfield Sports Director's Cup standings for 15 of the past 16 years, with 171 conference championships, 12 CAC All-Sport Awards, 22 NCAA Division III National Championships and 24 NCAA Individual National Championships.