When Chris Fite stepped onto the University of Rochester’s campus he did not know what was ahead of him.
The Shippensburg University women’s lacrosse team took on PSAC powerhouse Seton Hill University on Friday afternoon, and despite an early goal the Raiders fell to the Griffins, 17-5. Shippensburg (2-6, 0-3) jumped out to an early lead when freshman Sarah McLeod notched her lone goal just less than seven minutes into the game.
Henderson Gymnasium used to home of Shippensburg University basketball and volleyball before Heiges Field House was constructed.
Westminster, Md., is 53 miles from Shippensburg University. Westminster native, Natalie Eastwood, is used to distance and not just from a driving aspect.
Throughout the last 365 days there have been a lot of memorable moments in Shippensburg University sports.
Sports are full of statistics and records. Sports are built around records. Some records are unbreakable, the fans know it and so do the players, but that doesn’t stop them from trying.
It can be difficult for a team to bounce back after a demoralizing loss, especially when the second game starts a mere 30 minutes later.
No matter the level of sports, rivalries are a part of sports. Rivalries are what fuel sports, they make sports fun.
Hilary Lyons found herself in the same spot in back-to-back games on Monday afternoon. Both times she delivered for the Raiders, driving in the game-winning run.
Short passes were the key for both Raider quarterbacks on Saturday afternoon. SU’s two quarterbacks, Ryan Zapoticky and Chris Lawshe, did not throw a touchdown pass farther than 29 yards during Saturday’s Shippensburg University football spring game.
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