Throughout the last 365 days there have been a lot of memorable moments in Shippensburg University sports.
Sports are full of statistics and records. Sports are built around records. Some records are unbreakable, the fans know it and so do the players, but that doesn’t stop them from trying.
No matter the level of sports, rivalries are a part of sports. Rivalries are what fuel sports, they make sports fun.
The NFL offseason is always one that is busy. The change in rules and free agency alone is enough to keep NFL junkies tame during the five-month layoff.
Different aspects of players go into whether or not they make a professional hall of fame, no matter the sport. When it comes to basketball there are so many different aspects of a player you have to take into consideration to determinate whether they should be voted into the Professional Basketball Hall of Fame or not.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship is growing in popularity quicker than anyone ever imagined. People from around the world are now becoming fans of the UFC and watch every fight that is broadcast.
More and more professional athletes are coming out of the proverbal closet and announcing that they are gay.
When a team is in the hunt for a playoff spot capturing wins against subpar teams is crucial. The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team did just that when it stepped on the floor inside Heiges Field House on Wednesday evening.
The Shippensburg University men’s soccer team punched its ticket to the PSAC playoffs with a 2–1 victory over Seton Hill University Saturday evening on Senior Day at David See Field.
The Shippensburg University men’s soccer team extended its winning streak to two games on Wednesday by edging out PSAC competitor Lock Haven University 1–0.