Nate Powles - Sports Editor
It was a tournament to remember for the members of the Shippensburg University indoor trackand-field team who made the trip to Kansas’ Pittsburg State University for the NCAA Division II championships the weekend of March 8 and 9.
A couple different sports at Shippensburg University are about to kick off their national tournament seasons, and a handful of Raiders are preparing to put on their best performances of the season.
The fight for seeding was in full swing this week as the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team took on two conference foes in Millersville University and Lock Haven University.
Both the men and the women of the Shippensburg University track-and-field team returned to competition this weekend. It had been eight weeks since both squads had participated in a meet.
The Shippensburg University men’s track and field team performed well in its first competition in over eight weeks, splitting itssquad for competitions at both Penn State University and BucknellUniversity.
The Thanksgiving hangover was nonexistent for the Shippensburg University women’s basketball team, as it rebounded from a disappointing loss in its last outing against Jefferson University to claim an impressive 78–60 win over West Virginia Wesleyan College on Sunday night.
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Although the season did not necessarily go as planned, the Shippensburg University football team can rest its hat on the fact that it clinched its eighth-consecutive winning season with a complete-game victory over Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) West opponent Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), 45–21.
While the dreams of a conference championship have come to an end, the Shippensburg University volleyball team can be proud of how far it came.
The Shippensburg University men’s soccer team played its heart out on a cold Tuesday evening last week in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) quarterfinals against rival East Stroudsburg University, playing the game out to a 0–0 tie, but fell in penalty kicks.