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The Shippensburg University men’s and women’s indoor track-and-field teams had a strong showing on Friday and Saturday at the Bison Opener at Bucknell University.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team brought home its third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship when it defeated Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) rival East Stroudsburg University 1-0 in overtime on a rainy Saturday afternoon at Duquesne University’s Arthur J. Rooney Field.
The team celebrates its third consecutive national title and fourth in six years after taking down PSAC rivals East Stroudsburg on Saturday in Pittsburgh.
Jazmin Petrantonio was more limited in the championship game than in her incredible semifinal performance, but she was still a constant threat in East Stroudsburg’s half.
SU had to grind out a difficult defensive matchup, but the squad was composed enough to capitalize on that critical opportunity in overtime.
The No. 3-ranked Shippensburg University field hockey team posted a big 4-0 victory against No. 1-ranked West Chester University in the semifinals of the NCAA Division II tournament on a cold Thursday afternoon at Arthur J. Rooney Field on the campus of Duquesne University.
The No. 4-ranked Shippensburg University field hockey team will be taking on Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) rival, the No. 1-ranked West Chester University, in the semifinals of the NCAA Division II tournament on Thursday at 2 p.m. in Pittsburgh.
Despite subpar shooting from beyond the arc and the free throw line, the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team ended the Thanksgiving break with a gritty 61–58 victory over the California University of Pennsylvania (CalU) on Sunday.
Antonio Kellem claims a team-high 24 points against Wilmington, but could not get much going against Cal U.
Jake Biss leads the Raiders with six assists against the Vulcans, after scoring 11 in the win over Wilmington.
The Thanksgiving hangover was nonexistent for the Shippensburg University women’s basketball team, as it rebounded from a disappointing loss in its last outing against Jefferson University to claim an impressive 78–60 win over West Virginia Wesleyan College on Sunday night.
Raiders’ sophomore guard Ariel Jones continues to lead the way with 26 points, five assists, five rebounds and two blocks in Sunday night’s victory.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team advanced to the NCAA Division II semifinals with a 4-1 win over Merrimack College on a beautiful Sunday afternoon at Robb Sports Complex.
The field hockey team celebrates scoring one of its four goals in Sunday’s playoff victory over Merrimack.
With the holiday season upon us, Shippensburg University men's basketball coach Chris Fite has plenty to be thankful for. Fresh off a quality win against the Wilmington Wildcats, the Raiders enter the Thanksgiving break with a 4-0 record, thanks to stellar starts to the season by senior guard Antonio Kellem and junior forward John Castello.
No matter how easy or hard, a win is a win in the mind of Shippensburg University men’s basketball coach Chris Fite after the Raiders’ 101-74 drubbing of the Wilson College Phoenix on Wednesday night.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team advanced to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) semifinals by defeating No. 6-ranked Bloomsburg University 2-1 in overtime on a cold Tuesday night from David See Field.
Despite a poor night of shooting, the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team out-hustled and out-gritted the Virginia Union Panthers to open its 2018-2019 campaign with a 65–60 victory.
If the questions surrounding the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team roster had not been answered in its season-opening win against the Virginia Union Panthers, then perhaps its hard-fought 79-69 victory against the Lincoln University Lions provided some clarity.
Costello is one of the few remaining starters from the last few seasons for SU. He will need to become a vocal leader on and off the court for the team after the loss of stars like Dustin Sleva and Justin McCarthur.