What: "War on the Shore" for the Charles B. Clark Cup
Who: Washington College v. Salisbury University
When: Saturday, May 8th at 1:00 p.m.
Where: Sea Gull Stadium ~ Salisbury, MD (Directions)
It's been called "The Biggest Little Lacrosse Game in America." It's the annual battle for Eastern Shore bragging rights between Division III lacrosse powers Washington College and Salisbury University. It's "The War on the Shore," and this year's edition will be played at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 8th, at Sea Gull Stadium
This year's War on the Shore marks the seventh year that the game's winner will be awarded the Charles B. Clark Cup. The cup is named after Charles B. Clark, who was a student-athlete, coach, and educator at Washington College and, later, a coach and educator at Salisbury University. Clark helped build both the Washington and Salisbury men's lacrosse programs into national powers.
CHARLES B. CLARK CUP
Awarded annually to the regular season winner of the Salisbury-Washington men's lacrosse game in memory of Coach Charles B. Clark, who served with distinction at both schools. Clark was a student-athlete, educator and men's lacrosse coach at Washington College, and later, an educator and men's lacrosse coach at Salisbury University. A member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame, Coach Clark led both institutions to national lacrosse prominence while demonstrating and teaching the highest ideals of sportsmanship, teamwork and competitive athletic spirit.