Similar to last year’s championships, sophomore and All-PSAC First Time honoree, Chayce Macknair, who had already sported a first and second-place finish this year, led the way for SU, piling on his impressive stat sheet with a fifth-place finish and a time of 15:21.7.
The men’s and women’s swim teams competed in their second Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) virtual swim series Friday and Saturday, with a slew of Raiders touching the wall in impeccable time.
With his commitment to the Raiders, LoBianco carved his name in the Shippensburg history books before even stepping foot on the diamond — he is the first member of the SU baseball program from California.
After the Shippensburg University women’s lacrosse team went blow for blow with Seton Hill University in the first half of Wednesday’s season-opening contest, the team seemed to be out-matched and out-played once the second half rolled around.
“She was one that would walk in the room and the entire room would light up,” said Shippensburg University head lacrosse coach Nicole Meehan of her former player Julia Wise. “She was one that had a present personality. You always heard her voice somewhere.”
The Shippensburg University softball team began their season with a non-conference doubleheader split at Seton Hill University. The Raiders took Game 1 8-5 but the Griffins won Game 2 with a 3-2 score.