After waiting months to hear the fate of his second season in professional baseball, former Shippensburg University pitcher Michael Hope learned that he would not be taking the mound this season due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) announced in a press release Wednesday morning that all athletic events and championships through the 2020 fall semester are officially suspended in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Shippensburg University pitcher Kyle Lysy, a senior and catcher Chase Zurawski, junior are back on the diamond after a three-month absence from the game due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Shippensburg University outfielder Kayla Bonawitz is a member of the 2020 Academic All-District 2 Softball Team after being selected by the College Sports Information Directors Association of America (CoSIDA).
As the light at the end of the COVID-19 coronavirus tunnel ever so slowly materializes, a difficult decision burdens the signal-callers of the world of sports: Should professional sports leagues reboot their seasons, even if the structure of the product does not resemble what it was designed to be?
For the overwhelming majority of high school baseball players preparing for collegiate careers, spring seasons are spent grinding away at the sport they hope to spend their entire early adulthood playing.
Shippensburg University baseball alumnus Gabe Mosser was set to enter his third season of professional baseball this spring. But like so many other athletes, his career has come to a standstill due to the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Self-isolation during the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has created a host of complications for many people. One issue that has arisen is a lack of ability to stay physically active on a daily basis. Now that gyms and fitness centers across the country have shut down, a lot of fitness routines have halted.
The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team, after losing in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championship game to Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) on Sunday, are in the NCAA Division II men’s basketball tournament.
The NCAA awarded an at-large bid to the Raiders (24-7, 18-4 PSAC), the No. 4 seed in the Atlantic Region of the tournament. SU will face No. 5-seed Fairmont State in the First Round on Friday in Indiana, Pennsylvania.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team’s conference tournament run ended on Saturday with a 74-58 loss to Gannon University in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Semifinals at IUP’s Kovalchick Complex. Despite winning the PSAC Eastern Division, their early exit in the tournament puts them at a major risk of missing out on an at-large bid into the NCAA Division II tournament.
The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team is advancing to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championship game for the first time since the 2016-17 season. The Raiders (24-6, 18-4 PSAC) defeated Mercyhurst University in a defensive battle, 59-51, in the PSAC Semifinals on Saturday at Heiges Field House.
The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team survived Millersville University, defeating them 69-66 in an intense Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Quarterfinals matchup at Heiges Field House.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team, playing in front of a packed crowd at Heiges Field House, defeated Shepherd University 73-57 on Wednesday night in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Quarterfinals.