It was a tournament to remember for the members of the Shippensburg University indoor trackand-field team who made the trip to Kansas’ Pittsburg State University for the NCAA Division II championships the weekend of March 8 and 9.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team saw all five starters score in double figures and shot a season-high 58 percent from the field Wednesday night as the squad soared past Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) rival East Stroudsburg University, 88–63.
Injuries happen. They are a part of sports, whether it be at the high school, college or professional level. Being prepared to survive a wave of injuries that strikes during the grind of a long season is part of what makes a team successful.
One of the best turnarounds in recent baseball history is nearing completion. Four years removed from owning the worst record in baseball and after seven straight seasons of finishing .500 or lower, the Philadelphia Phillies have returned to a competitive level this season.
With LeBron James’ Los Angeles Lakers missing the playoffs, many figured that this year’s NBA postseason would be dull. But, one of the game’s top players is proving them wrong. Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant is playing at a rate we have not seen in the playoffs in quite some time.
A new era of Shippensburg University boxing has brought success, already. As members of the athletic club competed in the National Collegiate Boxing Championships this season, sophomore Clayton Wilson was one of two athletes to qualify for nationals.
The Shippensburg University lacrosse team dropped Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) games against Millersville University and Seton Hill University last week at Robb Sports Complex by scores of 15–12 and 18–10.