Sea Gull Stadium is equipped for field hockey, football, men's lacrosse and women's lacrosse teams. The stadium received a new playing surface in the summer of 2007 when A-Turf replaced the old grass field. Along with a new field the stadium received new lights. The new playing surface allows soccer programs to use the stadium when there are poor playing conditions at the SU Soccer Complex.
The stadium has a seating capacity for 2,500 spectators.
The SU baseball field features an astro-turf infield with dirt cut outs for home plate, first, second and third bases and the pitcher's mound. The infield surface allows teams to practice when the weather is bad. The outfield is natural grass.
There is an enclosed and heated press box, bleachers for fans and in the fall of 2007 a new state of the art scoreboard was put in left field.
The SU softball field is nestled behind rows of pine trees and features an enclosed and heated press box, a sound system and a new electronic scoreboard. There are bleachers located behind home plate and along the right field line for fans.
The SU Soccer Complex can seat 500 in the bleachers and then hundreds sit on the hill across from the benches. The fields offer an enclosed press box, a sound system and new electronic scoreboards. The complex is surrounded by a fence.
The Maggs Physical Activities Center features a main gymnasium on the lower level which
is home to basketball and volleyball courts. The main gym can seat over 2,300 fans and features a press box, wireless Internet, sound system and an electronic scoreboard.
Other amenities include men's and women's locker rooms, weight room, fitness center, dance studio, racquetball courts and a six-
lane pool which is 25 meters in distance.
Athletics facilities also include:
A three-level parking garage on the corner of Wayne Avenue and Bateman Street will provide the university with an additional 850 parking spots. To be completed by summer of 2009.
Salisbury University is recognized as one of the most competitive intercollegiate athletics programs in the country and has celebrated 12 Division III National Championships in just over two decades dating from 1986 to today.
2012 NCAA Division III men's lacrosse championship in Foxborough, Mass. at Gillette Stadium! Salisbury defeated the State University of New York at Cortland, 14-10 to claim its 10th National Championship.
The other national championship program is SU field hockey. The Sea Gulls are the only Division III team to win three consecutive national titles.