After building a 21-point lead on a third quarter touchdown reception by wide receiver Kyle Haines, Shippensburg University’s football team was well on its way to its first road win of the young season at Gannon University.
Fresh off a dominant 41-7 victory over American International, the Shippensburg University football team hopes to escape some déjà vu’ Saturday when it travels to Gannon University to face the Golden Knights.
Despite a rain soaked Seth Grove Stadium to open the season, nothing could dampen Shippensburg University quarterback Ryan Zapoticky’s day on Saturday, as the Red Raiders rolled over NE-10 opponent, American International College (AIC), 41-7, in their home opener.
The Shippensburg University football team had lofty expectations for the 2016 season, before injuries to key players and a devastating double overtime loss on homecoming to Kutztown University cost the Red Raiders a chance at a division title.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team began the 2020 calendar year by continuing its stretch of good play with a pair of Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) wins against Millersville University and Mansfield University.
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.
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.
On the heels of a pair of last-second losses to Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division powerhouses, the Shippensburg University football team got just what it needed: A matchup against the porous Millersville University defense.
In a game with major implications in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) standings, the Shippensburg University field hockey team defeated Kutztown University, 3-1, behind one of its more complete efforts this season.