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Hot starts have been a calling card for the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team in some of its biggest triumphs this season and on Sunday inside a hostile Virginia State University Multi-Purpose Center, the Raiders were able to showcase that, grabbing an early 11-point lead on their way to a 77-58 win over No. 1 seed Virginia State on its home floor in the Atlantic Region Semifinal of the 2018 NCAA Tournament.
SU’s Antonio Kellem put together a sensational game, scoring 19 points and grabbing six rebounds in SU’s victory over Virginia State University.
The Shippensburg University bench reacts to a play in Atlantic Region Semifinals of the 2018 NCAA Tournament. The Raiders defeated the Trojans of Virginia State University, 77-58.
The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team left the court last Saturday with a lump in their throats. Clearly disappointed after coming just up short in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Semifinals, the Raiders were hoping for a chance to continue playing.
Dustin Sleva scored 20 points for the Raiders while grabbing 12 rebounds in the win. Sleva finished four assists shy of a triple-double and became SU’s all-time leading rebounder for his efforts.
Last season, Shippensburg University’s Stephanie O’ Toole etched her name in the SU women’s swimming record book, smashing five school records at the 2016 George Mason Invitational before finishing the season with a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championship in the 200-yard individual medley (IM).
After finding themselves as a bit of an underdog entering the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Tournament on Monday, the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team pushed itself all the way to the PSAC Semifinals.
The Shippensburg University baseball team (4-7) split four non-conference games against Le Moyne College (8-4) this weekend.
The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team has made huge strides in the past three seasons.
The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team may have received a bit of a wake-up call on Monday night, having to play in the first round of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Tournament against Millersville University after finding itself atop of the PSAC East in the final week of play.
The Shippensburg University swim team followed up its third-place 2017 finish with a sixth-place finish in the 2018 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championships last weekend at the York YMCA.
Despite having a makeup of mostly underclassmen, the Shippensburg University men’s swimming team hit the pool at the York YMCA over the weekend and had a plethora of excellent performances during the 2018 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championships.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team’s season ended with a 66-58 loss to the Bloomsburg University Huskies Saturday afternoon at Heiges Field House.
It is no secret that Shippensburg University has used a high-powered offense led by a 3-point barrage to find itself on top when the clock hits zero most nights.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team finished the year on top once again last season, knocking off LIU-Post for a second-straight season to win back-to-back national championships for the first time in school history.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team used a balanced attack to win two crucial games against Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) opponents this past week.
Gabe Mosser and the Shippensburg University baseball team are looking to carry over their success from last season into the upcoming season.
Shippensburg University senior Sofia Perzan will not go down in the record books as an all-time great at SU. Perzan did not set any records at SU.
It is no secret that much of the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team’s success over the past three seasons has been based, in large, on the efforts of its All-American senior forward Dustin Sleva.
An estimated 2 million fans, according to ESPN, came out Thursday for the first-ever Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl championship parade.