2006-07 News

  • Marymount Women's Basketball Tops Wesley, 51-34, To Give Bill Finney His 500th Coaching Victory
    February 06, 2008
    Kathleen Brown and Heather Leahy each scored 10 points, combined for 15 rebounds and led a stellar defensive effort to lead Marymount to a 51-34 CAC women's basketball victory at Wesley, giving Saints veteran mentor Bill Finney his 500th career coaching victory.
  • Bridget Benshetler Resigns as Head Women's Basketball Coach at Salisbury
    June 25, 2007
    Bridget Benshetler, the winningest women's basketball coach in Salisbury University history, has resigned from her position as head coach and instructor in the Health, Physical Education and Human Performance Department. Benshetler will leave the University on August 14 to become an assistant professor of Health and Wellness at Wor-Wic Community College.
  • Wesley College Names Geoff Goyne as Director of News and Sports Information
    June 21, 2007
    Geoff Goyne has been named Director of News and Sports Information at Wesley College, according to Mike Drass, Executive Directors of Intercollegiate Sports and Recreation. Goyne comes to Wesley after spending the past two years as the Assistant Sports Information Director at Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pennsylvania.
  • Gallaudet Senior Tamara Foronda Named CAC Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year
    June 14, 2007
    Gallaudet University senior volleyball player Tamara Foronda (Lake Elsinore, CA/CA School for the Deaf Riverside) has been named as the 2006-2007 Capital Athletic Conference Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, as selected by the league’s athletic directors and sports information directors.
  • Mary Washington Senior Justin Baker and York (Pa.) Senior Chris Brower Named Co-CAC Male Scholar-Athletes of the Year
    June 14, 2007
    University of Mary Washington senior basketball player Justin Baker (Springfield, VA/ West Springfield) and York (Pa.) senior baseball player Chris Brower (Mont Clare, PA/Spring-Ford) have been named as the 2006-2007 Co-Capital Athletic Conference Male Scholar-Athletes of the Year, as selected by the league’s athletic directors and sports information directors.
  • Marymount University Senior DJ Tayman Named CAC Unsung Hero
    June 14, 2007
    Marymount University senior men’s lacrosse player DJ Tayman (Pasadena, MD/Mt. St. Joseph) has been named as the 2006-2007 Capital Athletic Conference Unsung Hero, as selected by the league’s athletic directors and sports information directors.
  • Capital Athletic Conference Releases Numbers for 2006-07 All-Academic Team
    June 08, 2007
    The Capital Athletic Conference has released the All-Academic Team numbers for the 2006-07 year. Student-athletes that attain a 3.2 grade-point average (GPA) for the 2006-07 school year are named to the team.
  • Salisbury Claims 2007 NCAA Men's Lacrosse National Championship
    May 27, 2007
    The 2007 Salisbury University men's lacrosse team completed a record breaking season on Sunday afternoon before 22,778 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore with its fourth NCAA Division III national championship in the last five years.
  • 2007 Capital Athletic Conference Women’s Lacrosse All-Conference Team
    May 09, 2007
    The University of Mary Washington, the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) tournament runner-up put a total of six players on the women’s lacrosse All-CAC team as released today by the conference office. The Eagles had four players selected to the first team and two selections on the second team.
  • Salisbury University Captures 2006-07 Capital Athletic Conference All-Sports Award
    May 08, 2007
    Salisbury University has captured their second consecutive Capital Athletic Conference All-Sports Award, given annually to the top all-around athletic program in the conference over the course of the academic year.
  • Salisbury Claims 2007 CAC Women’s Lacrosse Championship over Mary Washington
    May 05, 2007
    Top-seeded Salisbury University won the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) women’s lacrosse tournament championship contest with a 14-11 victory over #2-seeded Mary Washington on Saturday afternoon.
  • 2007 Capital Athletic Conference Men's Tennis All-Conference Team
    May 04, 2007
    The University of Mary Washington, the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) champion placed four singles and two doubles teams on the men’s tennis All-CAC first team as released today by the conference office. The Eagles also placed two singles and one doubles team on the second team
  • 2007 Capital Athletic Conference Women's Tennis All-Conference Team
    May 04, 2007
    The University of Mary Washington, the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) champion dominated the women’s tennis All-CAC first team as released today by the conference office. The Eagles swept all six singles positions and took the first and second doubles positions on the first team.
  • 2007 Capital Athletic Conference Men's Lacrosse All-Conference Team
    May 03, 2007
    Salisbury University, the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) champion put a total of ten players on the men’s lacrosse All-CAC team as released today by the conference office. The Sea Gulls had nine players selected to the first team and one selection on the second team.
  • 2007 Capital Athletic Conference Baseball All-Conference Team
    May 02, 2007
    Salisbury University, the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) baseball tournament champion placed eight players on the baseball All-CAC teams as released today by the conference office. The Sea Gulls had six players selected to the first team and two selections on the second team.
  • 2007 Capital Athletic Conference Men's Track & Field All-Conference Team
    May 01, 2007
    The 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) men’s track & field all-conference teams were released today by the conference office. To be eligible for first or second team recognition, an individual or relay team must have finished first or second at the conference championship meet.
  • 2007 Capital Athletic Conference Women's Track & Field All-Conference Team
    May 01, 2007
    The 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) women’s track & field all-conference teams were released today by the conference office. To be eligible for first or second team recognition, an individual or relay team must have finished first or second at the conference championship meet.
  • 2007 Capital Athletic Conference Softball All-Conference Team
    April 24, 2007
    Salisbury University, the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) tournament champion, placed eight athletes on the 2007 All-CAC softball team; seven on the First Team and one at-large selection, as released today by the conference office.
  • Fourth-Seeded Salisbury Claims 2007 CAC Baseball Tournament Championship
    April 22, 2007
    Fourth-seeded Salisbury University claimed the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) baseball tournament championship on Sunday afternoon. The Sea Gulls defeated second-seeded Mary Washington, 22-5, in the championship contest.
  • Salisbury Victorious in Quest for 13th Consecutive CAC Men’s Lacrosse Championship
    April 22, 2007
    Top-seeded Salisbury University defeated third-seeded St. Mary’s (Md.), 17-5, in the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) men’s lacrosse tournament championship on Sunday afternoon. With the win, the Sea Gulls improve to 18-0 overall on the season and run their home winning streak at Sea Gull Stadium to an impressive 57 consecutive contests.
  • Salisbury Wins 2007 CAC Softball Tournament Championship
    April 22, 2007
    Top-seeded Salisbury University won the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) softball tournament championship on Sunday afternoon. The Sea Gulls defeated third-seeded Catholic University, 12-11, in nine innings in the championship contest to claim their 12th consecutive conference title.
  • Mary Washington Captures Eighth Consecutive CAC Men's Tennis Championship
    April 21, 2007
    The University of Mary Washington men’s tennis team, ranked 14th in the country, claimed their eighth consecutive and 13th overall Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) tournament championship on Saturday afternoon with a 6-3 victory over second-seeded Salisbury University.
  • Salisbury Earns Fourth Consecutive CAC Men’s Track & Field Championship
    April 21, 2007
    Salisbury University won the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) men's track and field championship on Saturday afternoon. The Sea Gulls posted 263.33 team points to win their fourth consecutive conference title and their ninth overall. York (Pa.) finished in a distant second place with 154.66 total points.
  • Mary Washington Claims Fourth Consecutive CAC Women's Tennis Championship
    April 21, 2007
    The University of Mary Washington, ranked tenth in the nation, won their fourth consecutive and 15th overall Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) women’s tennis championship on Saturday afternoon.
  • Mary Washington Captures 14th Consecutive CAC Women’s Track & Field Championship
    April 21, 2007
    The University of Mary Washington captured their 14th consecutive Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) women’s track & field championship on Saturday. The Eagles compiled 200 total points, which was four better than Salisbury’s 196 total points.
  • 2007 CAC Women's Lacrosse Tournament Seedings Released
    April 20, 2007
    The Salisbury University women’s lacrosse team, ranked second in the country with a 15-1 overall record, will enter the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) women’s lacrosse tournament as the number one seed.
  • 2007 CAC Men's Tennis Tournament Brackets Announced
    April 15, 2007
    The University of Mary Washington, looking for their eighth consecutive and 13th overall conference title, secured the number one seed in the upcoming Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) men’s tennis tournament. The Eagles will play host to eighth-seeded Gallaudet University in their quarterfinal match.
  • 2007 CAC Women's Tennis Tournament Pairings Released
    April 15, 2007
    The University of Mary Washington locked up the number one seed in the upcoming Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) women’s tennis tournament, earning a first round bye. The Eagles, who are pursuing their fourth consecutive conference title and 15th overall will begin their tournament in the semifinal round by hosting the winner of the quarterfinal contest between #4 Goucher and #5 York (Pa.).
  • 2007 CAC Baseball Tournament Seedings Announced
    April 14, 2007
    The York College of Pennsylvania baseball team claimed the number one seed in the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) baseball tournament with a 22-6 overall record and 8-2 mark in the conference.
  • 2007 CAC Men's Lacrosse Tournament Pairings Announced
    April 14, 2007
    The Salisbury University men’s lacrosse team, ranked number one in the country and undefeated with a perfect 15-0 record, will enter the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) men’s lacrosse tournament as the number one seed for the 13th consecutive season.
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