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Football has successful signing day

The recruiting trail reached one of its last stops last week as the Shippensburg University football team released its first list of committed recruits during National Signing Day on Wednesday.


SU women’s basketball splits weekend

The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team split its set of weekend games at Heiges Field House, bullying Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) opponent Slippery Rock University on Saturday, and then losing to PSAC adversary Edinboro University in a tight game on Sunday.


Volleyball wins two of three weekend matches

The Shippensburg University volleyball team had a full slate of road games this week, as it traveled to Millersville University, Lock Haven University and the University of Pittsburg at Johnstown (UPJ) for Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) action.


Responsible Raiders take over Richard Avenue

‘Who do you know here’ is a phrase that has become synonymous with Greek Life around the United States. This week, it will be associated with a local community effort that aims to curtail crime during Shippensburg University’s homecoming weekend.


Women’s soccer uses second-half surge to down Mansfield

The Shippensburg University women’s soccer team scored three goals after halftime, including a golden goal in the 96th minute, to secure a 3–2 victory over Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) opponent Mansfield University this past Saturday.


Women’s soccer earns senior day win over Clarion

It was senior day when the Shippensburg University women’s soccer team took on its Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) rival Clarion University at David See Field, but the hero of the match was a freshman. SU’s Paige Harris scored two goals in the last 15 minutes of Saturday’s game to secure a 2–1 victory and send the Raider’s seniors out in style.


State official discusses aging as a social issue at SU

Many Pennsylvanians have been confronted with an advertisement for the Pennsylvania Lottery. In these commercials, the state’s second-most famous groundhog coerces potential players by appealing to their collective consciences.


Women’s soccer puts together successful week

The Shippensburg University women’s soccer team improved to 8–5 on the year, following two consecutive wins at home this past week over Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) rivals Seton Hill University and Mercyhurst University.