The No. 10 Salisbury University men’s lacrosse team played its final regular season home game Wednesday night in a CAC matchup against York College of Pennsylvania. The Gulls took a 19-6 victory at Sea Gull Stadium clinching the No.1 seed in the CAC tournament.
“It was definitely a great answer,” Salisbury head coach Jim Berkman said. “It’s kind of a midweek game, one of those games where you don’t know what you’re really going to get. We came right out of the gate and played extremely well.”
Sophomore Carson Kalama scored the first three goals of the game for the Sea Gulls, all within the first five minutes of play, starting a dominating first half for the Sea Gulls.
“Ternahan kept coming down on the point and he had two assists for me today, which is huge,” Kalama said. “It’s nothing really what I’m doing, it is people finding me and putting the shots away.”