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The title defense is on.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team sported seven seniors last season, including a special starting five that each scored more than 1,000-career points — the first time in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history that a team had five 1,000-point scorers on the court.
The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team rose to new heights last season, breaking the school record for wins with 27, winning its first Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) title since 1991 and the program won its first NCAA Tournament game.
There is a special kind of excitement hovering around the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team entering the 2017-18 season.
The Shippensburg University’s women’s cross-country team was out for revenge on Saturday after falling to Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) rival Edinboro University in the closest finish in conference history.
Shippensburg University played its worst second half offensively this season on Saturday against Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division rival Bloomsburg University, turning the ball over four times and converting just 3-of-17 third downs in the game.
The Shippensburg University football team improved on what has been an incredible season already for the Red Raiders, as SU now sits at 9-1 overall, and 6-1 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division — its best mark in East play since 2013.
With the success that Shippensburg University’s men’s cross-country team has had under former Olympian and head coach Steve Spence, it may soon be time to rename Shippensburg “Title Town.”
Fresh off a school record 27 wins in 2016-17, head coach Chris Fite decided it was in the best interest of the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team to face a tough stretch early in the new season.
The men’s and women’s swim teams of Shippensburg University celebrated the careers of several of their senior athletes Friday at a dual meet against Clarion University.
It was the end of an era last week, as seniors for the Shippensburg University men’s soccer team bowed out in style.
A tough weekend road trip for the Shippensburg University volleyball team saw junior Morgan DeFloria become the ninth player in school history to record 1,000 kills in a career on Friday night as the Raiders fell to California University of Pennsylvania (Cal) in a four-set match from the Cal University Convocation Center.
A slow start dropped the Shippensburg University field hockey team out of contention for the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championships on Friday, falling to West Chester University, 1-0.
After losing to Kutztown University 24-21 in double overtime on homecoming last season, emotions were riding high as the Shippensburg University football team kicked off to the Golden Bears on Saturday, this time looking to play spoiler on Kutztown’s homecoming.
The players may not have reached the playoffs, but they definitely know how to end the season.
The Shippensburg University women’s soccer team dropped its final contest of the season, a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) matchup with Slippery Rock University on Saturday afternoon at David See Field by the final score of 3-0.
As the regular season for Shippensburg’s men’s soccer team winds down, one of its biggest bright spots this season has been the play of junior forward Cole Kropnick.
The Shippensburg University volleyball team was challenged with one of its toughest pair of weekend matches as it faced off against two of the top teams in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC).
Breakout performances highlighted Shippensburg University swimming’s road victory at California University of Pennsylvania on Friday, with both the men and women bringing home wins.