After losing in a heart-breaking, double-overtime game against the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown on Wednesday, the Shippensburg University men’s soccer team got back on track with a 4–2 win over Salem International on Saturday.
The Shippensburg University volleyball team traveled to Ohio this weekend to compete against the University of Charleston, Alderson Broaddus University, Davis & Elkins College and Ohio Valley University.
“It’s awesome. It really shows how I prepped over the offseason and how we’ve grown as a team,” said Shippensburg University kicker and punter Billy Deane on his second consecutive week of receiving the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division Special Teams Player of the Week.
The top two seeds in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) collided Saturday with Shippensburg University falling just short of the defending champs, East Stroudsburg University, in overtime 1–0.
The Shippensburg University football team got off to a great start against Gannon University, putting 14 points up in the first quarter before being held in check the rest of the way in a 24–20 loss at Seth Grove Stadium.
It was a hot, messy game on Saturday as Shippensburg University took on Slippery Rock University in a PSAC division soccer match. The Raiders were riding their own wave of momentum after beating Holy Family University on Wednesday by a score of 4-1.
“I was laying in the middle of a cornfield hunting geese when I got the call,” said Carson Wentz during a press conference on Sept. 5. The call was when he was named the starting quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles.