The Raiders women’s outdoor track & field team competed for the first time since 2019 on Saturday, splitting its squad between Lock Haven and West Chester.
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Outdoor track & field team opened the 2021 season Saturday with some solid performances, as split squads competed at both Lock Haven and West Chester.
The Raiders scored 13 of their 17 runs with two outs, including all eight runs in Game 1, and produced 16 of their 25 hits with two outs.
Ship swept a Saturday doubleheader of Lock Haven, defeating the Bald Eagles by scores of 4-3 and 7-3 in PSA) Eastern Division action.
The Raiders lacrosse team picked up its first victory of the season Saturday with an impressive road effort at Kutztown, defeating the Golden Bears
Higgins’s performance on the mound in Game 2 was nearly one for the record books as he took a no-hitter into the seventh inning.
The NFHAC National Academic Squad program honors student-athletes with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.3 or higher.
The Raiders start the 2021 season by sending split squads to West Chester and Lock Haven, its first competition in a very long time.
Wilson finished the night with 11 of their 14 shots on goal. Singer and Rettew capped off their nights with two goals and three shots on goal each.
SU split the twinbill and ultimately the season series with the Huskies, winning a madcap Game 1, 15-14. The Huskies won Game 2, 8-0 in five innings.
The Shippensburg University lacrosse team came up short on Tuesday at Bloomsburg, dropping a 17-7 decision to the Huskies
Keying the offense for the second straight day was Ben Werkheiser, who reached base in his first seven plate appearances of the doubleheader.
It is the second weekly honor for Werkheiser, who became the (PSAC Eastern Division Baseball Athlete of the Week on Monday.
Shippensburg (4-8, 3-7 PSAC East) totaled 10 hits and drew seven walks in Sunday’s doubleheader and got strong pitching from freshman Brianna Small
Werkheiser was 8-for-12 with five home runs, seven RBIs, three walks and six runs in four games last weekend against Shepherd.
With the completion of the untraditional cross country season, the distance runners will immediately transition to outdoor track next weekend.
Shippensburg out-shot Shepherd by seven and posted a 14-10 advantage in draw controls, but Ram captain goalkeeper Hailey Bennett made 15 saves.
Shippensburg (4-6, 3-5 PSAC East) totaled 10 runs and 15 hits in the doubleheader but could not silence the Shepherd (12-1, 8-0 PSAC) bats.
Shippensburg (2-6, 2-4 PSAC East) used a four-run first inning in Game 1, including a homer, to build a lead it would not relinquish.
Saturday’s race concluded a cross country campaign that was radically affected by the COVID-19 pandemic with the fall season canceled.
The Shippensburg University Raiders women’s swim team concluded its second virtual meet on Saturday with another afternoon of solid performances at Donald…
Among many highlights, the most noteworthy was arguably the 200-yard individual medley (IM), in which two freshmen swam 2:13.
Mont Alto’s Nittany Lions picked up a pair of away victories over Penn State York Wednesday, racking up 11-4 and 4-1 wins.
Wilson kept things close early on, trading points with Lancaster Bible but the Chargers started a six-point run, pushing them in front.
The Phoenix (6-0) stayed perfect on the season with a 14-1 and 13-1 double-header sweep of the Defenders (2-5) at Henninger Field.
Shippensburg has re-acclimated itself to competition over the last month by racing in two meets and training vigorously since its return to campus in February.
Shippensburg, which opened its short season in late February with some impressive times in a road race hosted by Lock Haven, is eager to showcase its skill.