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Delaney Shifflett, pictured on the left, has improved drastically from her freshman season last year. Shifflett made six saves, but she allowed the game’s only goal on Saturday. The Raiders are 3-1, and Shifflett’s improved play in goal has been a major reason for the team’s fast start to this season.
Jazmin Petrantonio was the driving force in SU's win against Southern Connecticut State, grabbing a career-high four goals on the way to a 5-0 win.
The Shippensburg University women’s soccer team continued its strong start to the season by defeating Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) rival Edinboro 4-2 on Saturday afternoon in Edinboro.
The Shippensburg University football team kicked off its 2018 season in style Saturday, grabbing a 35–13 win over Clarion University at Highmark Stadium in Pittsburgh.
Receiver Winston Eubanks was without a catch during the first half, but he was targeted more often in the second and exploded for 161 yards and a touchdown.
Quarterback Brycen Mussina starred in his first collegiate start, throwing for more than 350 yards and four scores in Pittsburgh.
Midfielder Joey Gallucci, left, put on a show against Shepherd, scoring two goals and grabbing an assist to lead the charge in the record 7–0 win.
The Shippensburg University men’s soccer team followed up its disappointing opening defeat to Chestnut Hill College on Thursday with an impressive win against Shepherd University at home Sunday, 7–0.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team began their season with a 3–1 win over Limestone College on Saturday in Lexington, Virginia.
Shippensburg University’s volleyball team is set to begin the 2018 season with high hopes of another successful season. Led by coach Leanne Piscotty, the Raiders went 21–12 overall last year and 13–5 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC).
Kendall Johnson is one of SU’s most important players, already contributing early in the season with 38 kills and 15 blocked shots in the opening weekend.
Former Shippensburg University basketball standout Dustin Sleva announced last week that he signed a professional contract with Paris Basketball in France’s second division, Ligue Nationale de Basket Pro B. One of the most widely known and respected leagues in Europe, the LNB Pro B should be a great learning experience for Sleva as he begins his professional career.
After a decent 2017 season, the Shippensburg University men’s soccer team will look to make a mark in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) this season.
The Shippensburg University football team has its eyes set high going into the new season. The squad reached the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs, last season, after posting a 10–1 record in the regular season, only the fifth season in school history with 10 wins.
Winston Eubanks is looking to build off his stellar breakout season in 2017. Eubanks should be a consistent source of production for the SU offense regardless of who is chosen as the starting quarterback.
The Red Raiders will take the field with a new look offense this season with the loss of several key seniors.
Cole Kropnick, 11, is one of SU’s key players this season after scoring 10 goals to go with 3 assists on his way to All-PSAC Second Team honors in 2017.
Dustin Sleva’s agency recently announced that he has signed a professional contract with newly-formed French team Paris Basketball. Sleva graduated in May after a star-studded four-year collegiate career with the Raiders. He owns several school records, including most career points and most career rebounds.
Dustin Sleva was one of SU’s most dominant players during his time at Shippensburg. After being one of the PSAC’s top big men, Sleva will now look to take his success on the court to Paris via the LNB Pro B.
When the Shippensburg University women’s soccer team finished 6-11-1 and missed the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) playoffs last season, many players walked away from the year disappointed and with a bad taste in their mouths.