The No. 7 Sea Gulls (13-3, 6-1 CAC) went on a 16-0 run during the game with 10 goals scored in the first half. Griffin Moroney was the leading scorer for Salisbury with six goals, including five in the first half.
The six goals and seven points are new career highs for Moroney, breaking his former highs of four goals and six points set against the University of Mary Washington earlier this season.
Frostburg State (9-8, 4-4 CAC) scored first for its only lead of the game with 7:02 left in the first quarter. Moroney scored the first two goals for Salisbury and five different Sea Gulls scored in the first half, including Pierre Armstrong, Corey Gwin and Garret Reynolds.
Reynolds scored twice in the first half as Gwin and Armstrong scored one goal each in both halves. Nine total Sea Gulls scored on the day including Ryan Brown, who scored his second career goal and the first since the game against Kenyon College on March 7.
Salisbury’s defense caused 11 turnovers and forced 20, as Kevin Murphy led the Sea Gulls with five caused turnovers and six ground balls. Kyle Tucker caused two turnovers and had two ground balls.
The Bobcats were held scoreless for almost 38 minutes of the game after scoring first. This was the 10 win of the season for Brandon Warren, who had four saves. Chandler Dabbs, Kyle O’Neil and Anthony Stavrakis combined for three saves in the final 15 minutes.
The Sea Gulls finish their regular season 7 p.m. Tuesday against St. Mary’s College of Maryland.