- NCAA Elite Eight Appearance (2015)
- Six NCAA Tournament Appearances (1995, '96, 2000, '01, '02, '15)
- Four CAC Championships (2000, '01, '02, '15)
- Seven All-Americans
- Five CAC Players of the Year
- Four CAC Rookies of the Year
- Four CAC Coach of the Year awards
- 35 All-CAC honors
- 19 athletes in the 1,000-point club
Kaylee Otlowski collected All-CAC First Team honors after the 2019-20 season. Otlowski had a stellar sophomore season with the team lead in points per game (14.0), rebounds per game (10.6), blocks per game (1.2) and minutes per game (32.8).
A season ago, Otlowski reeled in 282 rebounds to sit atop of the CAC leaderboard. She also ranked second in rebounds per game (10.4), total points (377), total minutes (886) and minutes per game (32.8). She earned All-CAC Tournament Team following SU's run to the CAC semifinals.
Rising sophomore Emily Dilger came into her own during her freshman campaign of 2019-20. Dilger collected 10 double-digit point games along with nine game with 10 or more rebounds last season. Dilger was also tabbed as the CAC Player of the Week on Dec. 23, 2019.
After her freshman season, Dilger ranked second on the team in rebounds, pulling down 7.7 boards per game. She also finished third on the team in scoring with 8.0 points per contest.
Meet Coach BASKOW
Head Coach Kelly Baskow enters her 10th season after taking the Sea Gulls to the CAC Semifinals in the 2019-20 season. Baskow has led her team to a CAC Championship and to the NCAA Tournament.
- 12 All-CAC honors
- Two CAC Players of the Year
- Two CAC Rookies of the Year
- CAC Coach of the Year (2014-15)
- CAC Championship (2014-15)
- NCAA Elite Eight Appearance (2014-15)
SU ATHLETICS: A 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 Cup standings for 15 of the past 16 years, with 171 conference championships, 12 CAC All-Sport Awards, 20 NCAA Division III Team National Championships and 24 NCAA Individual National Championships.