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The alumni team scores a goal.
Katie Shoop with the ball.
Eric Strous, Amanda's father, embraces Bertie Landes as one of Amanda's brothers looks on.
Head coach Bertie Landes speaks of Strous and the love she had for SU field hockey.
Strous' former teammate, Emily Regan, right, speaks about their time together on the SU field hockey team. Katie Shoop, far left, and head coach Bertie Landes also spoke.
The current field hockey team and alumni wore purple shirts to honor Strous. The current team wore light purple and the alumni wore dark purple.
Head coach Bertie Landes hugs Katie Shoop, former teammate of Strous', after Shoop spoke about Strous' impact on her life.
They say all good things must come to an end.
Kuhn reached an agreement to play for the New Orleans Saints August 5, ending his tenure with the Packers.
Kuhn won two Super Bowls in his NFL career, and was a fan favorite in Green Bay.
Kuhn had a terrific career as a Raider, racking up 5,300 all-purpose yards and 53 touchdowns.
The Shippensburg University 2015-16 academic calendar was a year of countless successes for student-athletes.
Sargent was a standout student-athlete in the pool and in the classroom.
(L-R): Ryan Zapoticky, Dr. Chris Carlton, Rikki Sargent, and Dr. Jody Harpster.
Ryan Zapoticky was fantastic for the Raiders, accounting for 33 total touchdowns last season.