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Jimmy Spanos went 4-of-5 from the plate knocking in two RBI’s while Pat Kregeloh pitched four-innings of shut-out ball as the Shippensburg University baseball team got its season started off the right way winning Game 1 of its doubleheader against Barton University 8–4.
As the season comes to a close, every victory is vital for playoff positioning.
Today, the Shippensburg University women’s basketball team kept pace with Millersville University and Bloomsburg University, and is now clutching tightly onto the third place position in the PSAC East after its 67–47 thrashing of East Stroudsburg University on Saturday at Heiges Field House.
The Shippensburg University Boxing Club hosted an invitational event Saturday night in Henderson Gym.
As the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team heads into a hostile Hollinger Field House on Wednesday night.
On Saturday afternoon the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team made the best out of a bad situation.
Dylan Edgar scored 24 points for the second time this season but could not lead the Raiders past a hungrier Cheyney University squad, dropping the game 79–68.
Coming off a tough loss against West Chester University, the Raiders looked to turn things around against a well-rounded CU team.
For a while, it seemed that SU would right the ship.
Shawna and Dana Wert proved to be unstoppable while freshman sensation Stephanie Knauer tallied 15 points as the Raiders surpassed the Cheyney University Wolves 80–62 on Saturday afternoon at Heiges Field House.
Entering the weekend the Shippensburg University wrestling team sent 10 wrestlers to the NCAA Super Region I Championships and after the weekend action, the Raiders had four wrestlers place, including Cameron Throckmorton — winner of the 133-pound division.
After finishing ninth in the Super Region I Championships the last two seasons, SU sat in seventh place in the championships entering Friday’s matches, and it looked to climb the rankings as the weekend progressed.
The Raiders improved their rankings throughout the weekend ultimately finishing in sixth place in the Super Region I’s.
Throckmorton was the only SU wrestler to finish the day undefeated.
Good things come in threes.
Those two phrases never rang any clearer as the Shippensburg University men’s indoor track team ousted its PSAC competition in dramatic form, finishing the meet with 197.5 points — 78 above second-place finisher East Stroudsburg University.
As the men completed their three-peat of PSAC Championships, the Shippensburg University women’s indoor track and field team completed its own marker — a four-peat and its sixth overall PSAC title.
As Stephanie Knauer and the Shippensburg University Raiders women’s basketball squad filed out of the locker room at Pucillo Gymnasium, there was an extra hop in their step — a sudden realization that this team finally made the statement it needed heading into the PSAC playoffs.
A first half full of lead changes did not end well for the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team, who took on a tough Millersville University team Wednesday night inside MU’s Pucillo Gymnasium and ultimately fell to the Marauders 86–69 despite a 19-point performance from Reggie Charles.
The game started well for the Raiders as Charles notched two of his 19 points off a layup from a Tyhiem Perrin rebound.
From the grass to the hardwood, a few SU athletes were in full force during the intramural championships at Heiges Field House on Wednesday night.
Jimmy Spanos drove in two while Pat Kregeloh picked up his third win as the Shippensburg University baseball team utilized some small-ball to defeat Concord University 10-6 in Game 1 of its doubleheader on Saturday at Fairchild Field.
Joe Lococo had a team-high 21 points while Dylan Edgar added 15 of his own. but the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team could not overcome turnovers in its 79–69 loss against Millersville University in the first round of the PSAC playoffs Saturday night at Pucillo Gymnasium.
The Shippensburg University softball team took on Pace University Saturday in Murfreesboro, N.C. The Raiders picked up a 9–0 victory in the first game and dropped a tough second game 1–0.
Hitting was infectious on Sunday afternoon as the Shippensburg University baseball team combined for 18 hits in an 11–7 victory in the final game of a three–game sweep of Concord University at Fairchild Field.
Pat Kregeloh, Jimmy Spanos and Tyler Shover led the team with two RBIs apiece as the Raiders used a four-run fourth inning and a five-run fifth inning to break away from the Mountain Lions.
As the Shippensburg University women’s basketball team enters tonight’s game against Millersville University, there will be a distinct aura around the game.
Dave Springer is a Raider no more
After a 7–20 regular season and a first round exit in the PSAC playoffs, SU men’s basketball coach Dave Springer’s contract was not renewed by Shippensburg University, putting an end to his 12-year career at SU.
Dana and Shawna Wert were met by Caitlin Bamberger near midcourt. Head coach Kristy Trn walked over toward Raediah Lyles and gave her a long embrace — tears filling both of their eyes.
The Shippensburg University lacrosse team got the season started off on a sour note as it blew a 7–2 first half lead, eventually falling 14–10 against Holy Family University Tuesday afternoon at David See Field.