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The Shippensburg University baseball team put forth a strong effort in its opening game against perennial region frontrunner West Chester on Friday afternoon from Serpico Stadium but the Raiders could not come away with a victory, dropping the Game 1 of the double header, 4-3.
The Shippensburg University softball team used a dominant pitching performance to secure the win in Game 1 against West Chester University Tuesday afternoon from Robb Field.
The Golden Rams got their only run of the game in the first inning, as designated player Kelly Anderson tomahawked a 1-1 pitch over the left-field fence.
In the second game of a double header, the Shippensburg University softball team walked off with a victory against the Golden Rams of West Chester, 2-1, from Robb Field on Tuesday.
The Shippensburg University women’s lacrosse team tallied 10 goals against No. 9-ranked West Chester on Friday afternoon, its highest total against the Golden Rams in almost six years, but it was not enough as the home-standing WCU squad came away with a 19-10 victory from Vonnie Gros Field.
SU played to within a two-goal margin of the Golden Rams after the first 13-plus minutes of play in Friday’s contest before West Chester connected for seven of the final nine tallies before the intermission.
Two Shippensburg University students were added to the 2011-2012 PSAC Winter Top 10 squad on Thursday.
Senior indoor track mid-distance and distance runner Stephen Schelander a sociology major with a 3.80 cumulative GPA, was one of two Shippensburg honorees along with senior men’s basketball player John Corrigan.
Thursday’s award is the third of Schelander’s career.
The Shippensburg University’s softball team celebrated its seniors the best way it knew how; by winning a doubleheader against PSAC foe Edinboro University on Saturday from Robb field.
SU’s four seniors made their presence known as they edged EU by one run in each game.
The Shippensburg University baseball team’s performance in Game 1 resembled the weather at Fairchild Field as the Raiders edged the Golden Rams of West Chester, 3-1, Saturday afternoon.
Game 2 spelled major trouble for the Shippensburg University baseball team, as the Raiders were not able to overcome a barrage of West Chester hits, falling 16-2.
In Game 2, the Shippensburg University baseball team picked up where it left off and defeated the Golden Rams of West Chester 7-3 in the nightcap of a doubleheader from Fairchild Field on Saturday.
The Shippensburg University softball team received solid performances from the circle from Emily Estep and Makenzie Lynn on Friday afternoon in a doubleheader split with Millersville University from Robb Field.
The Shippensburg University baseball team was felled on Tuesday afternoon by a two-out rally from Foundation Field, as host Lock Haven, plated seven runs after an eighth-inning rain delay, the final three coming on a bases-loaded triple, en route to a 10-8 conference crossover victory over the Raiders.
The Raiders scored eight unanswered runs after falling behind 2-0 in the first inning.
The Shippensburg University women’s lacrosse team snapped a four-game losing streak to PSAC rival East Stroudsburg University on a sunny Saturday afternoon by scoring 11 goals in the first half and limiting the Warriors to just two goals in the second half of a 16-10 victory from Robb Sports Complex.
SU had four of its players finish the contest with hat tricks to pick up its first win over ESU since 2008.
The Shippensburg University lacrosse team inched closer to another playoff berth with a win against East Stroudsburg on Saturday, but questions still loom as to whether the team can vie for a championship.
The Shippensburg University men’s and women’s track and field squad competed at the Bison Outdoor Classic at Bucknell University.
The men’s squad picked up four more NCAA provisional qualifying marks on Sunday from Bucknell as the Raiders finished the two-day Bison Outdoor Classic with eight such performances, five on the track and three in the field.
Steve Waithe came close to Russ Dickinson’s 35-year-old school record in the triple jump with a mark of 48 feet, 11 3/4 inches that now slots him atop the PSAC rankings and 12th in Division II.
Seth Grove Stadium was filled with enthusiastic football fans as they gathered to see the Raider football team play against themselves in the annual spring “Red-White” game.
With the annual spring game just passed, the fans got to take a look at the upcoming Shippensburg University football team as it works out its kinks and readies for another year on the gridiron.
The Shippensburg University softball team split a road doubleheader on Saturday afternoon at West Chester as the Raiders won the season series, 3-1, over the PSAC East rival Golden Rams.
Maddie Justice drove in a run with a single in the first inning and freshman Jessie Trammell drove in another with a double in the sixth as the Shippensburg University softball team held on for a 2-1 Game 2 victory on Sunday afternoon to force a doubleheader split at PSAC Central foe Lock Haven.
Amanda Raudabaugh became Shippensburg University’s third NCAA automatic qualifier of the weekend on Sunday from Bucknell as the Shippensburg University women’s track and field squad finished the two-day Bison Outdoor Classic with seven performances that satisfied the NCAA provisional qualifying standard.
Raudabaugh finished third in Sunday’s race with a time of 2:09.02 becoming the fastest in Division II this season and she was less than two seconds shy of her school record that she set at the 2010 national championships.
Lindsay Bingaman, still in her first season as a regular 800-meter runner, posted a huge personal record and provisional mark of 2:10.20 that ranks her third in Division II for the event.
Caitlin Stuetz narrowly increased her season personal record in the 400-meter hurdles with another NCAA provisional qualifying mark, crossing the finish line in 1:02.14.
The Shippensburg University baseball team split Friday afternoon’s doubleheader matchup against the Mansfield University Mountaineers, winning Game 1, 8-2, and losing Game 2, 6-5.