Entering the season, Shippensburg University quarterback Brycen Mussina did not know that he would be leading the Red Raider offense in the 2018 season opener against Clarion.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team has had its fair share of formidable opponents in the last three years in its run to three-consecutive NCAA Division II Championships.
Shippensburg University played its worst second half offensively this season on Saturday against Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division rival Bloomsburg University, turning the ball over four times and converting just 3-of-17 third downs in the game.
It’s 11:30 p.m. A pitcher out of the bullpen just finished warmup pitches and the game is set to resume in the 12th inning. The stands are empty, with the majority of the crowd having left at 10 p.m. Fans at home watching on TV have either changed the channel or have fallen asleep on the couch.
The last time Shippensburg University offensive coordinator J.C. Morgan stood on the sidelines at Student Association Field at Seth Grove Stadium he called plays from the visitor’s sideline during the annual Red-White spring game.
Shippensburg University quarterback Ryan Zapoticky did everything as a member of the Red Raider football team, sitting second all-time in career passing yards, setting a school record for rushing yards by a quarterback and winning 10 games for SU last season.
Shippensburg University’s Boxing Club finished the 2017-18 season with three fighters competing at the 2018 National Collegiate Boxing Association (NCBA) National championships April 5-7.
After dropping two games against a last-place Kutztown University team on Saturday, the Shippensburg University softball team found itself clinging to the third and final Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) playoff spot in the East Division.
Shippensburg University field hockey goalkeeper Ally Mooney was named the 2018 Amanda K. Strous Memorial Scholarship recipient on Sunday, per SU’s field hockey Twitter account.
The Shippensburg University football team had its best season dating back to 2012 in 2017, finishing 10-2 while earning a spot in the NCAA Division II football playoffs.