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The Shippensburg University men’s and women’s track-and-field teams were successful at home in the Fifth Annual SU Collegiate Invitational held at Seth Grove Stadium on Wednesday.
The Shippensburg University lacrosse team dropped Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) games against Millersville University and Seton Hill University last week at Robb Sports Complex by scores of 15–12 and 18–10.
Alana Cardaci leads SU in goals and is fourth overall in the PSAC with 36.
The Shippensburg University softball team had a good week of action, winning four of its six games, which were capped by a doubleheader sweep of Millersville University on Saturday.
The Raiders celebrate Hannah Marsteller’s game-tying, three-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning. SU went on to win later in the inning on a walkoff double from Hannah Johnson. The 7-6 victory was the first of two in a sweep of Millersville University for Shippensburg.
Pitcher Taryn Wilson celebrates with catcher Morgan Fetter, after notching the save in a 4-1 victory over Millersville University to round out a doubleheader sweep. Wilson struck out two of the three hitters she faced in the final inning, marking just the second save of her career.
Several injuries, an absence of veteran leadership and a lack of team experience led to a difficult season for Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Freshman of the Year, Aunbrielle Green, and the Shippensburg University women’s basketball squad.
The Raiders, despite Green’s excellent freshman season, finished only 12-16 and fell short of making the playoffs. Green was an integral part of the team, averaging 12.8 points per game this season.
Green was named the PSAC Freshman of the Year after a consistently stellar freshman season for SU.
The Shippensburg University men’s and women’s outdoor track-and-field teams were split this weekend at the College of William and Mary for the Colonial Relays, and at Millersville University for the Millersville Metrics.
Tommy Haas is one of the top Raider performers out of Millersville over the weekend, claiming second in the javelin with a national-qualifying distance.
Kate Matrisciano takes fifth in the shot put at Millersville for a PSAC-qualifying distance (12.69 meters).
The Shippensburg University softball team (15-11, 1-1 PSAC) will look to improve after losing three out of four games this weekend.
Tressa Kagarise struggled against West Chester and Caldwell, allowing 13 runs while picking up the loss in both starts. Despite the freshman’s struggles, she is still 8–3 on the year with an ERA of 3.63 in 14 starts.
The Raiders’ bats exploded for eight runs and 13 hits in the first game of the weekend with West Chester.
Courtney Coy drove in two runs in the loss against Caldwell University on Sunday. Coy is having a breakout season, batting .456 and leading the team in RBIs.
The Shippensburg University baseball team fell twice at home on Saturday afternoon by scores of 16–5 and 4–3 in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) division action against the No. 28 Marauders from Millersville University.
The Shippensburg University women’s ultimate frisbee club finished first in an eight-team field Saturday and Sunday at the Country Roads Classic in Morgantown, West Virginia.
The Shippensburg Bellwethers win the Country Roads Classic at West Virginia University in Morgantown on Sunday. The Belles battled wind, snow and hail during Sunday’s bracket play to advance to the title game.
The majority of the Shippensburg University men’s and women’s track-and-field athletes opened this weekend at the Fred Hardy Invitational at the University of Richmond in Virginia.