The Shippensburg University Raiders completed a dominating four-game series sweep over Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) competition, Mansfield University, over the weekend.
Shippensburg University field hockey goalkeeper Ally Mooney was named the 2018 Amanda K. Strous Memorial Scholarship recipient on Sunday, per SU’s field hockey Twitter account.
A three-game losing streak came to an end for the Shippensburg University lacrosse team when it took down Edinboro University, 11-6, in an offensive show.
After dropping two games against a last-place Kutztown University team on Saturday, the Shippensburg University softball team found itself clinging to the third and final Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) playoff spot in the East Division.
The Shippensburg University football team had its best season dating back to 2012 in 2017, finishing 10-2 while earning a spot in the NCAA Division II football playoffs.
After dropping three of four games in a four-game series to defending national champion West Chester University on April 5 and 6, Shippensburg University baseball coach Matt Jones challenged his team on its ability to finish out games.
The Shippensburg University Raiders completed a four-game sweep of Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division rival Lock Haven University on Friday and Saturday afternoon.
The Shippensburg University women’s track-and-field team achieved three NCAA provisional marks among its field events on Saturday on a strong afternoon and evening of competition from the Bison Outdoor Classic hosted by Bucknell University.
Senior Bryan Pearson re-wrote his own school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) record in the discus Saturday to highlight three NCAA provisional qualifiers for the Shippensburg University men’s track-and-field team in competition at the Bison Outdoor Classic hosted by Bucknell University.
The Shippensburg University softball team split a non-conference doubleheader with Shepherd University on Wednesday afternoon at Robb Field, falling 8–7 in Game 1 before taking Game 2 by a score of 1–0.