Mason Flowers Asst. Sports Editor

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Cross-country runner Garrett Quinan named to 2023-24 PSAC Fall Top 10

 Shippensburg University sophomore Garrett Quinan has been honored as the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Top 10 award recipient for the Fall 2023 season. The award recognizes student-athletes who excel both in their sport and in the classroom, with all nominees having at least a 3.50 GPA and being a starter for their team. 


Split track & field weekend sees three Raiders qualify for PSACs

 Shippensburg University’s indoor track-and-field teams participated in two events this past weekend. The men’s team placed fourth and the women’s team placed fifth at the River Hawk Friday Night Showdown at Susquehanna University, while some of the team’s best went to the Darius Dixon Memorial Invitational at Liberty University. 


Baseball starts hot, wins season opener

 Shippensburg baseball defeated Carson-Newman on Friday to win its first game of the season, picking up a 10-5 victory. A three-game series was scheduled between the teams, but only one could be played before rain cancelled the other two. 


Women’s basketball loses pair of home games

Shippensburg University’s women’s basketball team dropped a pair of conference matchups this past week, losing to West Chester 82-55 on Wednesday before falling to PSAC leader Lock Haven 59-48 on Saturday. The results moved Shippensburg to 3-16 overall, including 2-11 in PSAC play.


Dylan Curtis steps into new role as tennis head coach

It is not uncommon for college athletes to return to their alma mater in a coaching role.  What is rare is the athlete coaching a different sport than the one they played.  That is exactly what Dylan Curtis is doing, having been hired as the new head coach of Shippensburg University’s women’s tennis team.


Women’s basketball drops first two conference games

  Shippensburg University’s women’s basketball team dropped a pair of home games this weekend, falling to Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) 65-50 on Friday before a 70-59 loss to Seton Hill University on Saturday. The results moved the Raiders’ record to 1-6 on the year, along with 0-2 in PSAC play.


Men’s basketball starts 1-1 in PSAC

 Shippensburg University men’s basketball team split a pair of home games this past weekend, falling to Indiana (PA) 96-84 Friday evening before rebounding with a 71-64 victory against Seton Hill. The results moved the Raiders to 4-2 on the season, including 1-1 in PSAC play.