Shippensburg University is made up of 20 intercollegiate athletic teams that continue to provide a wealth of success stories.
The time on the clock continues to tick as the players scramble to the line of the scrimmage for the final play of the game.
After losing 79–69 to Millersville University in the first round of the playoffs on March 2, the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team was set for an eight-month offseason to prepare for the next year.
Throughout high school, family and friends and even the random stranger at the grocery store, repeatedly ask those dreaded questions: where are you planning to go to college?
Heading into the first semester as the newly appointed interim president would be quite the experience for almost anyone.
Arguably, the best defensive player on the field is the shortstop. In order to play the shortstop position effectively, one must display a wide array of athleticism that will enable one to cover a vast amount of ground — one must also have a strong arm and good hands for fielding.
Acting as the new resident director for the men’s dormitory in the Balmar House, the young Juniata College alumnus was set to enter the classroom again to obtain his master’s degree in college student personnel administration/counseling.
Shippensburg University’s entrepreneurship club E-BOSS is scheduled to host a Spring Expo this Saturday, April 13.
Many students tend to find their schedules to be overwhelming when trying to balance their course load with a club, sport or job thrown on top.
Needing a win to stay afloat in the PSAC East standings, the Shippensburg University baseball team split its twin bill against Millersville University, dropping Game 1 2–1 before rallying back to take Game 2 7–6 on Saturday afternoon at Fairchild Field.