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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2013
When senior midfielder Ryan Clarke was lost for the remainder of the season because of a ruptured spleen during a 7-5 win against Widener on Feb. 23, the thought was that Salisbury's already-beleaguered offense was in more trouble. But the absence of Clarke - who was on the Tewaaraton Award watch list last month - has spurred the development of his teammates and spread the wealth around the Sea Gulls (9-2), who have moved up to No. 7 in the latest United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2014
Every passing year has watched players leave Salisbury via graduation or other avenues, and the program has seemingly found a way to unearth capable replacements. That formula could be extremely timely for the upcoming season. Midfielders Ryan Clarke and Tyler Smith elected not to return the Sea Gulls. Clarke, who registered 35 goals and 29 assists in 2012 and was named a first-team All American before rupturing a spleen in the fourth game of last year and sitting out the remainder of 2013, was selected by the Rochester Rattlers with the 60th overall pick in the Major League Lacrosse's 2014 supplemental draft in December.  “Obviously, Ryan Clarke was a great player, but there's a lot of guys that have been here all fall and are working extremely hard together that have formed a pretty strong nucleus in the midfield,” Salisbury coach Jim Berkman said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2013
Already adjusting to life without a pair of starters in senior midfielder Ryan Clarke and junior defenseman Danny Sherr, No. 9 Salisbury suffered another blow when second-line midfielder Adam Stork broke his leg during practice Tuesday. Stork, who has registered three goals and one assists in the team's last two contests, joins Clarke (ruptured spleen) and Sherr (foot) on the list of players whose seasons have been cut short by injuries. It's a bewildering stretch of ailments for the Sea Gulls, who have captured the last two national titles and 10 in all. “It's definitely frustrating,” coach Jim Berkman said Wednesday morning.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2013
Ryan Clarke's senior campaign at Salisbury ended prematurely after he suffered a ruptured spleen in the fourth game of 2013 and was shut down for the rest of the year after a brief appearance in the fifth contest. The midfielder, who registered 35 goals and 29 assists in 2012 and was an early candidate for the Tewaaraton Award, could use his final year of eligibility in 2014, but that is not a certainty. “That's yet to be determined,” coach Jim Berkman said. “Ryan has eligibility to come back, but no decision has been made on whether he's going to do that or not do that.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2014
Every passing year has watched players leave Salisbury via graduation or other avenues, and the program has seemingly found a way to unearth capable replacements. That formula could be extremely timely for the upcoming season. Midfielders Ryan Clarke and Tyler Smith elected not to return the Sea Gulls. Clarke, who registered 35 goals and 29 assists in 2012 and was named a first-team All American before rupturing a spleen in the fourth game of last year and sitting out the remainder of 2013, was selected by the Rochester Rattlers with the 60th overall pick in the Major League Lacrosse's 2014 supplemental draft in December.  “Obviously, Ryan Clarke was a great player, but there's a lot of guys that have been here all fall and are working extremely hard together that have formed a pretty strong nucleus in the midfield,” Salisbury coach Jim Berkman said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 11, 2013
The ruptured spleen that sidelined senior midfielder Ryan Clarke for the remainder of the season just five games into 2013 may have created a vacuum among Salisbury's stable of standout players. Fortunately, Eric Kluge has stepped in to fill the void. The senior midfielder leads the No. 6 Sea Gulls (12-3) in goals with 32 and points with 41, and he led all scorers with four goals in the team's 24-4 walloping of Wesley on Wednesday night. Joined by juniors Greg Korvin (11 goals and 10 assists)
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Geno Smith outplayed counterpart B.J. Daniels , throwing for 219 yards and two touchdowns, as No. 25 West Virginia downed South Florida 20-6 in the Big East on Thursday. Smith was efficient, completing 24 of 31 passes, while Daniels tossed three interceptions and threw for just 119 yards before being benched late in the fourth. West Virginia (5-1, 1-0 Big East) won despite getting just 56 rushing yards on 23 carries from the combination of Noel Devine and Ryan Clarke.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 10, 2013
No. 12 Salisbury got off to a rousing start with a 22-2 blowout of Susquehanna in the first round of the NCAA tournament Wednesday. The victory earned the reigning national champion a second-round date with No. 8 Washington and Lee. The Sea Gulls won 15 of 20 games this season, but one of those losses came at the hands of the Generals, which secured a 7-6 win in double overtime on Feb. 20. The setback followed a 13-12 loss to Lynchburg four days...
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2013
This was supposed to be the year that Salisbury fell from the top of the Division III mountain - hard. After graduation had sapped the team of six starters, two more 20-goal scorers and two short-stick defensive midfielders, the team limped to a 1-2 start and suffered its first losing streak since 2009 and dropped below .500 for the first time since 1989. The Sea Gulls rebounded with nine consecutive wins, but was stunned, 7-6, by Washington College on April 17 in their final contest before the Capital Athletic Conference tournament and then upended, 13-11, by St. Mary's in the conference tournament final.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2013
When Salisbury opened the 2013 season in defense of the national championship it had captured last May, the team limped to a 1-2 start and the thought of advancing to the NCAA tournament semifinals appeared to be remote. At least that was the way coach Jim Berkman saw it. “It was definitely a distant possibility at that time,” he said Thursday after recalling a 13-12 setback to Lynchburg on Feb. 16 and a 7-6 double-overtime decision to Washington and Lee four days later. “But by the same token, they were both one-goal losses and in both games, we had a one-on-one to win the game.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2013
This was supposed to be the year that Salisbury fell from the top of the Division III mountain - hard. After graduation had sapped the team of six starters, two more 20-goal scorers and two short-stick defensive midfielders, the team limped to a 1-2 start and suffered its first losing streak since 2009 and dropped below .500 for the first time since 1989. The Sea Gulls rebounded with nine consecutive wins, but was stunned, 7-6, by Washington College on April 17 in their final contest before the Capital Athletic Conference tournament and then upended, 13-11, by St. Mary's in the conference tournament final.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2013
When Salisbury opened the 2013 season in defense of the national championship it had captured last May, the team limped to a 1-2 start and the thought of advancing to the NCAA tournament semifinals appeared to be remote. At least that was the way coach Jim Berkman saw it. “It was definitely a distant possibility at that time,” he said Thursday after recalling a 13-12 setback to Lynchburg on Feb. 16 and a 7-6 double-overtime decision to Washington and Lee four days later. “But by the same token, they were both one-goal losses and in both games, we had a one-on-one to win the game.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 10, 2013
No. 12 Salisbury got off to a rousing start with a 22-2 blowout of Susquehanna in the first round of the NCAA tournament Wednesday. The victory earned the reigning national champion a second-round date with No. 8 Washington and Lee. The Sea Gulls won 15 of 20 games this season, but one of those losses came at the hands of the Generals, which secured a 7-6 win in double overtime on Feb. 20. The setback followed a 13-12 loss to Lynchburg four days...
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 11, 2013
The ruptured spleen that sidelined senior midfielder Ryan Clarke for the remainder of the season just five games into 2013 may have created a vacuum among Salisbury's stable of standout players. Fortunately, Eric Kluge has stepped in to fill the void. The senior midfielder leads the No. 6 Sea Gulls (12-3) in goals with 32 and points with 41, and he led all scorers with four goals in the team's 24-4 walloping of Wesley on Wednesday night. Joined by juniors Greg Korvin (11 goals and 10 assists)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2013
When senior midfielder Ryan Clarke was lost for the remainder of the season because of a ruptured spleen during a 7-5 win against Widener on Feb. 23, the thought was that Salisbury's already-beleaguered offense was in more trouble. But the absence of Clarke - who was on the Tewaaraton Award watch list last month - has spurred the development of his teammates and spread the wealth around the Sea Gulls (9-2), who have moved up to No. 7 in the latest United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2013
Already adjusting to life without a pair of starters in senior midfielder Ryan Clarke and junior defenseman Danny Sherr, No. 9 Salisbury suffered another blow when second-line midfielder Adam Stork broke his leg during practice Tuesday. Stork, who has registered three goals and one assists in the team's last two contests, joins Clarke (ruptured spleen) and Sherr (foot) on the list of players whose seasons have been cut short by injuries. It's a bewildering stretch of ailments for the Sea Gulls, who have captured the last two national titles and 10 in all. “It's definitely frustrating,” coach Jim Berkman said Wednesday morning.
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The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2013
Senior midfielder Luke Heinsohn scored off an assist from senior midfielder Jack Switala with nine seconds remaining in double overtime to lead the Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team to a 7-6 win over host Salisbury on Wednesday. The loss gives Salisbury (1-2) its first two-game losing streak since the 2009 season and dropped the Sea Gulls under .500 for the first time since 1989.  It was also their first home loss since a 16-12 setback to Stevenson on April 16, 2011.  The six goals were the fewest scored by the Sea Gulls since a 9-6 loss to Tufts in the 2010 national championship game.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2012
The Salisbury men's lacrosse team got national championship No. 10. But it wasn't easy. SUNY-Cortland nearly matched the Sea Gulls goal-for-goal for the first three quarters before Salisbury awoke in the fourth quarter to secure a 14-10 victory in the NCAA tournament final at Gillette Stadium on Sunday afternoon. An announced crowd of 17,005 watched the Sea Gulls successfully defend the national title they won last year, improve to 23-0, and become the seventh squad under coach Jim Berkman to complete a perfect season.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2013
Salisbury's road to an 11th national championship ran into a huge roadblock with the news that senior midfielder Ryan Clarke will miss the remainder of the season because of a ruptured spleen. Coach Jim Berkman said via email that Clarke, a Tewaaraton Award candidate, has not played in the No. 9 Sea Gulls' last two games. The team improved to 4-2 with victories over McDaniel (16-3) on Wednesday and No. 14 Gettysburg (8-5) on Saturday. Clarke, who had recorded 35 goals and 29 assists last year, had posted eight goals and five assists in four contests this season.
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The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2013
Senior midfielder Luke Heinsohn scored off an assist from senior midfielder Jack Switala with nine seconds remaining in double overtime to lead the Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team to a 7-6 win over host Salisbury on Wednesday. The loss gives Salisbury (1-2) its first two-game losing streak since the 2009 season and dropped the Sea Gulls under .500 for the first time since 1989.  It was also their first home loss since a 16-12 setback to Stevenson on April 16, 2011.  The six goals were the fewest scored by the Sea Gulls since a 9-6 loss to Tufts in the 2010 national championship game.
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