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The Shippensburg University field hockey team dropped a heartbreaker in double overtime, 2–1, to Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) rival East Stroudsburg University on Saturday, Oct. 22.
Shippensburg’s game Saturday was a clash between the top two Division II teams in the nation and the second meeting between the two squads on the season.
Fighting is a sport that requires incredible mental toughness and a tremendous amount of will power. To be a good fighter, one has to be determined to be the best.
Brett Pastore began his MMA career Oct. 8, in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
A strong first quarter was more than enough for the Shippensburg University football team, as the Raiders blew past Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) foe Millersville University, 43–9, spoiling homecoming for the Marauders.
Cole Chiappialle scored three touchdowns in Saturday’s victory at Millersville. Chiappialle scored on a punt return, caught a touchdown, and ran for a score in a 43–9 win on the road.
Coming into the season, the Shippensburg University men and women’s cross-country teams had lofty goals to end with a strong finish at the NCAA Division II Nationals. The road to nationals ran through Kutztown University first, though.
The men’s team claimed its second ever PSAC Championship Saturday, narrowly edging Lock Haven for the title.
The women’s team earned its eighth PSAC Championship by defeating Bloomsburg University.
Justin Pyle, a senior running back for the Shippensburg University football team, has been a huge part of the Red Raiders’ success so far in 2016. But it did not start here. Pyle has loved the game of football since he was six years old.
Pyle has been having a solid season for the Red Raiders.
The Shippensburg University swim teams made a splash Tuesday, but fell just short of a victory against Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP).
With a faculty strike in full effect, students across the 14 schools in Pennsylvania State System-Higher Education (PASSHE) are affected. However, student athletes have had a fairly normal day.
It was senior day when the Shippensburg University women’s soccer team took on its Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) rival Clarion University at David See Field, but the hero of the match was a freshman.
The SU women’s soccer team celebrated Senior Day with a 2–1 win over Clarion University Saturday.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team continued its historic run on Saturday by taking down Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) rival Mercyhurst University, 1–0, in Erie, Pa.
After a lackluster first half against West Chester University last week, the Shippensburg University football team stressed a strong start in Saturday’s game.
SU’s Chase Yocum ran all over the Cheyney defense Saturday, racking up 113 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries.
Start of the Week: Kelvin Benjamin, WR Carolina
Shippensburg University’s senior volleyball setter had big aspirations coming into her collegiate career. On Tuesday, she accomplished one of her biggest goals.