The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team split a pair of Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) crossover matchups over the weekend at Heiges Field House on the campus of Shippensburg University.
The Shippensburg University wrestling team opened its 2019-20 season with a 25-13 dual meet win against Elizabethtown College. Things did not start off well for the Raiders, as they had to forfeit the first match in the 125-pound weight class. This caused an early six-point deficit for the Raiders
Year in and year out, no matter what circumstances arise, the Shippensburg University men’s cross-country team can count on being right in the thick of things when postseason rolls around and the stakes are raised.
Jazmin Petrantonio’s field hockey journey began when she was only five years old. Living in Argentina, she grew up in a family that has a heavy background in sports. Her dad, a former basketball player, is a basketball coach. Her older sister played sports and Petrantonio often followed her to practices to soak in the atmosphere.
The crowd sighed in exhaustion as Marauders junior goalkeeper Autumn Peters denied Raiders sophomore Valen Alonso’s shot, much to the delight of the strong Millersville crowd that made the trip to Robb Sports Complex at Shippensburg University.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team has had two straight losing seasons led by a young core. But with more experience and some new faces in the fold, the Raiders are looking to return to their winning ways.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team completed its regular season with a pair of wins in the season’s final week, including a 3-2 win over Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) opponent Slippery Rock University.
Seven days after scoring just five points in a road defeat against Kutztown University, the Shippensburg University football team more than doubled its season high in points scored in a 65-32 romp over Lock Haven University on Saturday afternoon at Seth Grove Stadium.