Christopher Wurtz - Asst. Sports Editor


Yankees' hot start nothing short of miracle

Injuries happen. They are a part of sports, whether it be at the high school, college or professional level. Being prepared to survive a wave of injuries that strikes during the grind of a long season is part of what makes a team successful.

Lacrosse falls twice at home

The Shippensburg University lacrosse team dropped Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) games against Millersville University and Seton Hill University last week at Robb Sports Complex by scores of 15–12 and 18–10.

Women’s ultimate club tops competition

The Shippensburg University women’s ultimate frisbee club finished first in an eight-team field Saturday and Sunday at the Country Roads Classic in Morgantown, West Virginia.

Frisbee faces changes

Like any collegiate athletic program, the Shippensburg University men’s ultimate frisbee club has faced roster turnover that can change the direction of a team in a split-second.

Lacrosse ends 12-year drought against Lakers

The Shippensburg University lacrosse team defeated Mercyhurst University by a score of 13–11 on Saturday afternoon, marking the Raiders’ first win over the Lakers in 13 years. 

Baseball gets on track against UPJ

The Shippensburg University baseball team finished a busy week on a positive note, sweeping a doubleheader Saturday against the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown after dropping doubleheaders to Shepherd University and UPJ earlier in the week. 

Men move into playoffs

The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team put an exclamation point on another 20-win regular season with a pair of wins this week over West Chester and Bloomsburg universities.  

Men’s basketball survives in OT

The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team held off a resilient Mansfield team Saturday to escape the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference matchup with a thrilling 74-72 overtime victory.

Baseball struggles at Catawba

The Shippensburg University baseball team stumbled out of the gates to begin its 2019 campaign, dropping all three games of its season-opening series against Catawba College in North Carolina this weekend.