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.
In a matter of two days, the Shippensburg University baseball team may have flipped the script on its entire 2020 season.
Two weekend series and two sweeps into its 2020 campaign, the Shippensburg University baseball team might appear destined for a tough season. But the record doesn’t tell the whole story.
Instead of opening its season with an early-February series in North Carolina as it has in years past, the Shippensburg University baseball team kicked off its 2020 campaign with a three-game set against Stanislaus State University in Turlock, California.
At Shippensburg University, WSYC 88.7 FM is more than just a way for students with radio-related career aspirations to get experience. It’s a way for anyone in the Shippensburg community to express himself or herself, become a better communicator and simply have fun.
Behind every Shippensburg University athletic event, unsung heroes tirelessly work behind the scenes to ensure a smooth experience for athletes and fans.
For the eighth time in program history, the Shippensburg University volleyball team has qualified for the NCAA Division II Volleyball National Championships.
The Shippensburg University volleyball team defeated Clarion University in straight sets Tuesday night in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) quarterfinal matchup at Heiges Field House.
During the early stages of an NCAA basketball team’s schedule, when it’s playing only non-conference opponents, it can be a challenge to grasp a team’s makeup.