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Emily Hangen has thrived in her sophomore season, leading the team in assists through 12 matches. She grabbed 79 in the weekend PSAC matches.
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.
Charles Headen III captures his third and fourth touchdowns of the season in BU.
Patrick Luebben was the leader on offense for the Raiders against Lock Haven, grabbing his fourth goal of the season en route to SU’s fifth win of the season.
Wide receiver Charles Headen III (No. 3) led the way for the Red Raiders with two touchdown receptions on 55 yards receiving in the game against Bloomsburg.
Lock Haven defeated the Shippensburg University women’s soccer team 2–0 on Sunday afternoon from the Stern Athletic Complex at Lock Haven University.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team split two non-conference games this past week against East Stroudsburg University and Mansfield University.
Freshman Adrienne McGarrigle now has five shots on the season after adding three against Mansfield.
Jazmin Petrantonio has had a stellar sophomore campaign so far, emerging as a leader on the squad after several seniors were lost to graduation last year.
Delaney Shifflett has been crucial to the Raiders’ success this season. She made 12 saves in the team’s 2-0 loss to PSAC rival 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.
Beth McGee, wearing No. 11, celebrates with teammates after scoring her first goal of the season in the 10th minute of SU’s 3–2 win over Gannon.
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.
Samantha Webber (No. 12) and Morgan DeFloria (No. 11) have been two of the driving forces behind the Raiders’ early-season success and the 12-game win streak.
The Shippensburg University men’s soccer team continued its strong start to the new season, picking up its third win in a row against Salem University on Tuesday afternoon, 1–0.
Cole Kropnick (No. 11) scored the winning goal in the match against Salem. He added two more goals in the win against Goldey-Beacom to hit the seven-goal mark for the season.
The Shippensburg University football team went back to action after riding the high of an intense, last-minute victory against Slippery Rock University in its previous outing, only to fall flat on both offense and defense in a big loss to Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) West squad California University of Pennsylvania (CALU), 57–14.
The 2018 edition of the Red Raider Pack made its entrance before the family day matchup between the Red Raiders and the Vulcans. The Red Raider Pack is a group of more than 100 students from elementary schools in the Shippensburg district. The students get to run through the marching band tunnel, immediately following the players to kick off the game. Pack members get special privileges to meet SU players, the cheerleaders and the team mascot, Big Red.