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Red Raiders’ comeback attempt falls short at Cal U

CALIFORNIA, Pa. — Despite a furious second half comeback, the Red Raiders’ rally fell short on Saturday as they lost to the California (Pa.) Vulcans, 34-26. SU (2-1, 0-0) came up empty despite shutting the Vulcans (2-1, 0-0) out in the second half and outgaining them in total yards. Senior receiver Sheldon Mayer gave the team the spark it needed as he returned a punt for an 82 yard score with 6:38 left in the third.


Fantasy Sit/Start Week 3

Starting or sitting the right players every week is often the difference between winning and losing in fantasy football.


McMillen hits game-winner as baseball qualifies for playoffs

The SU baseball team clinched a PSAC Tournament berth on Saturday by splitting a double header with rival Bloomsburg University (11-17). SU (22-20) took the opener by a score of 8-5 before dropping the nightcap to the Huskies, 18-9. The Red Raiders fell behind early in Game 1, but were able to bring the score to 5-5 in the fifth inning.


Outdoor Track impresses at Maryland Invitational

Men: The Shippensburg University Men’s Track & Field team set several league-best marks when it competed at the Maryland Invitational at the University of Maryland on Saturday. Senior Grant Smith made his season debut after redshirting during the winter campaign, and threw for a mark that is currently top 3 in the NCAA in shotput.


Bleacher Talk: Predicting the NFL draft’s top QB

A standout group of wide receivers and an underwhelming running back core made waves at the NFL combine last week, but somehow everyone is talking about the quarterback battle. The 2015 NFL draft is just around the corner, and as always there are a huge number of teams looking for a solid option at QB.


Swimming takes step forward in PSAC Championships

The SU Men’s swimming team ended the PSAC Championships with a clutch performance on Sunday that sealed a sixth place overall finish. SU entered the final race of the event, trailing Edinboro by one point.


Will basketball find success in 2015 playoffs?

The excitement of the 2015 Division II college basketball playoffs is upon us. This year, both the men and women’s teams have a shot at grabbing a playoff spot with four games left to play in the regular season. The women’s team sits at 16-9 on the season, and holds third place in the PSAC East with a 12-7 record.


Indoor track breaks records at Boston Invitational

The SU Men’s Indoor Track team was invited to compete in Boston University’s David Hemery Valentine Invitational Saturday, and the team took full advantage of the opportunity, adding a school record and a number of standout performances on the big stage. The 4x400-meter relay was the Red Raiders’ top mark of the day, with the quartet of seniors Eric Bologa, Andrew Kujawski, Robert Bales and sophomore Tim Usher running 3:12:52 for the school record. That time is 2.4 seconds faster than the record that was set just last season, but only resulted in a third place finish in the race. Individual performances were key to the Red Raiders’ big day as well.


Lundy, Dissinger among women’s indoor track PSAC qualifiers at Descriver Invitational

The Shippensburg University Women’s Indoor Track and Field team competed at the DeScriver Invitational at East Stroudsburg University on Saturday, adding several new PSAC qualifiers and securing a victory in the process. Junior Megan Lundy won the 400 meters with a time of 58.74 seconds, with senior Bri Fells coming in second with a time of 1:00.19.


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