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Shippensburg University women’s basketball dropped its first road match of the season Saturday, slipping to Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), 69–59.
The Shippensburg University volleyball team made its fifth NCAA Tournament appearance in school history and its fourth in the last five years under coach Leanne Piscotty this season.
The Shippensburg University volleyball team fell to PSAC rival Edinboro University in the first round of the NCAA Atlantic Regional Championships on Friday in five sets, 3–2.
The Shippensburg University swimming team headed to Ithaca College this weekend for the sixth annual Bomber Invitational. Overall, it was a great weekend for the Raiders that included multiple personal bests, as well as strong team finishes.
Shippensburg University’s swimming team had a strong performance at the Bomber Invitational at Ithaca College this weekend.
Before Saturday’s contest against No. 12 Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), Shippensburg University coach Chris Fite was challenged to improve the team to 6–0 — a feat that no prior men’s basketball team at SU has ever accomplished.
Normally, you can pick football players out on campus when they are sporting team gear.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team bounced back from last week’s loss this Sunday, overcoming the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia by a score of 72–63.
The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team remains unbeaten, as it defeated Wilmington University, 78–62, to record its fifth straight victory. The Raiders had four different players score in double figures and shot 42 percent from the field.
The Shippensburg University men and women’s swim teams traveled to George Mason University this weekend for the annual Patriot Invitational. The three-day event is always heavily anticipated by the team because of Shippensburg’s past success at George Mason.
The Shippensburg University football team came away from the All-PSAC (Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference) Awards Wednesday with eight players earning recognition. Among these players was senior linebacker Allen Holman, who was named PSAC Eastern Division Defensive Player of the Year. Other players that were recognized included junior Cole Chiappialle, senior Justin Pyle, junior Oscar Ghasab, junior Kevin Taylor II, junior Jeff Gulyas, sophomore Richard Nase and junior Billy Deane.
The All-PSAC Awards on Wednesday featured eight SU football players earning the All-American recognition.
Dustin Sleva carried the Raiders in a 20-point victory over Slippery Rock on Saturday afternoon at Heiges Field House.
SU defeated PSAC adversary Slippery Rock University by 20 points in the win.
Sleva (above) posted his fourth double-double of the season.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team split its set of weekend games at Heiges Field House, bullying Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) opponent Slippery Rock University on Saturday, and then losing to PSAC adversary Edinboro University in a tight game on Sunday.
Women’s basketball picks up its first conference win of the season against PSAC foe Slippery Rock, 94-58.
The 2016 Raiders pose with the 2016 NCAA Division II National Championship trophy.
SU seniors accept the 2016 trophy with Amanda Strous’ jersey.
The Shippensburg University women’s cross-country team had been working all season with goals of a strong finish at nationals. On Saturday, the team finally got to see its goal come to fruition.