It is official — the Shippensburg University volleyball team is on fire, capturing its 12th and 13th straight wins against Seton Hill University and the University of California Pennsylvania (UCAL), respectively.
Despite an impressive performance from redshirt-freshman quarterback Brycen Mussina under the lights, the Shippensburg University football team could not pull out the win in its first Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) East matchup of the season against Bloomsburg University, dropping the contest by a score of 28–24.
The Shippensburg University men’s soccer team had mixed results last week, dropping a tough Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) contest at home to Gannon University on Friday but following up Sunday with an impressive win at Lock Haven University.
The Shippensburg University women’s soccer team bested Gannon University, 3–2, in a physical matchup between the two Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) teams. The Golden Knights controlled the tempo early on Friday’s gloomy afternoon and jumped out to a quick 2–0 lead off goals by Aesling McCullough and Hannah Hays in the third and sixth minutes, respectively.
K.K. O’Donnell played a huge role in helping the Raiders defeat PSAC rival Gannon University. She totaled one goal and one assist while putting up three shots on goal on Wednesday. O’Donnell — a freshman midfielder — has been a key part of the Raiders’ offense, totaling two goals and three assists so far this season.
The Shippensburg University volleyball team has been on a hot streak since the first week of the season and has now won 11 matches in a row after its last two victories against Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and Clarion University.