GALLERY: Salisbury women's lacrosse defeats St. Mary's College of Maryland in the C2C semifinal
The Salisbury University women's lacrosse team took on St. Mary's College of Maryland on Wednesday in the Coast-to-Coast semifinal game.
The Sea Gulls played a strong game, winning 16-7. Wednesday's win puts Salisbury one win away from being C2C champions.
The Salisbury women's lacrosse team returns to action at home on May 1, taking on the Christopher Newport Captains in the C2C championship game. The time of the game has yet to be determined.
Gallery by Photography editor Brad Boardman.
Freshman Leah Vilov gathers a pass from Freshman Camryn Pepper during Wednesday's game.
Senior Lydia McNulty dodges a St. Mary's College of Maryland defender.
Sophomore Riley Hartman carries the ball upfield during Wednesday's game.
Senior Alexis Strobel became the all-time assist leader for the Salisbury women's lacrosse team during Wednesday's game against St. Mary's College of Maryland.
Junior Delaney Hill runs the ball upfield, looking for a teammate to pass to, during Wednesday's game.
Sophomore Erin Scannell runs around a pick set by Senior Lydia McNulty.
Head coach Jim Nestor crouches down on the sideline, watching his team play against St. Mary's College of Maryland.
By BRAD BOARDMAN
Featured photos courtesy of Brad Boardman.