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The Shippensburg University men’s soccer team got its 2017 season off to a strong start, posting a win and a draw in its first two games of the season. Both games took place at home and were non-PSAC (Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference) matchups, but gave the team confidence moving forward into the heart of the season.
Momentum shifts forced the Shippensburg University women’s soccer team into a neck and neck first game of the season, as the Raiders tied the West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats, 2-2.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team clinched its first win of the season Saturday, toppling Saint Michael’s College in overtime, 2-1.
Despite a rain soaked Seth Grove Stadium to open the season, nothing could dampen Shippensburg University quarterback Ryan Zapoticky’s day on Saturday, as the Red Raiders rolled over NE-10 opponent, American International College (AIC), 41-7, in their home opener.
The Shippensburg University football team had lofty expectations for the 2016 season, before injuries to key players and a devastating double overtime loss on homecoming to Kutztown University cost the Red Raiders a chance at a division title.
The mindset of “trusting the process” has been thrown around a lot when it comes to the Philadelphia 76ers in their rebuilding efforts.
In sports history, some of the biggest accomplishments are records that are unfathomable to the imagination — Cal Ripken playing in 2,131 consecutive games, Joe DiMaggio hitting safely in 56 straight games, Peyton Manning throwing for 539 touchdowns — the list goes on.
After exceptional seasons last year, Shippensburg University men’s and women’s cross-country begin their season with high expectations. The men’s team is coming off its second PSAC (Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference) championship in school history last season.
One of eight seniors returning to the squad, Bryanna Dissinger is trying to improve on her eighth-place finish in championships last season.
Senior Alex Balla looks to continue his strong form from the 2016 season in his last competitive semester for the Raiders.
New fall semester, new Shippensburg University men’s soccer season.
Fresh off a strong 2016 season, the Shippensburg University women’s soccer team has more left to prove.
SU captain Kat Hartner leads a talented women's soccer squad hoping to earn a playoff spot in 2017.
New coach, new faces, same attitude.
SU’s Ally Mooney will be counted on heavily in goal for the Raiders in 2017 after a phenomenal 2016.
Eight Shippensburg University track-and-field athletes were named All-Americans at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships in Bradenton, Florida, after strong performances May 26-28.
Caleb Bartlett had the throw of his life in his final competition for Shippensburg University.
Former United States Olympian Mark Spitz famously once said life is true to form; records are meant to broken. However, he never said that records are meant to be shattered.
The Shippensburg University softball team was not supposed to be in this situation. The Raiders were picked to finish fourth in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) East Division Preseason Coaches’ Poll.
The Shippensburg University baseball team (25–19–1) fell short of Seton Hill University (31–15) in 10 innings Tuesday, 14–12, during a wild, back and fourth, Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) crossover match that saw a combined 33 hits.