3/11/2018, 3:51am

Raiders rout Hilltoppers in NCAA First Round, 98-66

 The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team left the court last Saturday with a lump in their throats. Clearly disappointed after coming just up short in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Semifinals, the Raiders were hoping for a chance to continue playing. 

3/6/2018, 2:32am

O’Toole perseveres over injuries and tragedy on road to nationals

Last season, Shippensburg University’s Stephanie O’ Toole etched her name in the SU women’s swimming record book, smashing five school records at the 2016 George Mason Invitational before finishing the season with a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championship in the 200-yard individual medley (IM). 

2/27/2018, 8:30pm

Raiders cannonball Marauders, 94-67 in PSAC First Round

The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team may have received a bit of a wake-up call on Monday night, having to play in the first round of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Tournament against Millersville University after finding itself atop of the PSAC East in the final week of play. 

2/19/2018, 10:26pm

Field hockey honored at ring ceremony

The Shippensburg University field hockey team finished the year on top once again last season, knocking off LIU-Post for a second-straight season to win back-to-back national championships for the first time in school history. 

2/12/2018, 10:00pm

Dustin Sleva sets SU scoring record

It is no secret that much of the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team’s success over the past three seasons has been based, in large, on the efforts of its All-American senior forward Dustin Sleva. 

1/29/2018, 10:19pm

McCarthur joins SU elite

When Justin McCarthur arrived at Shippensburg University, high expectations were not exactly something that was associated with the men’s basketball program. 

12/23/2017, 2:52pm

HartStrong: A Raider battles Leukemia

It is hard to imagine a time where hearing that your daughter was diagnosed with leukemia would be a relief. For Megan Hart, the diagnosis was the last thing her mother, Michelle Hart wanted to hear, but it did provide one thing — an answer.