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SHIP U. Football’s Ray Jones named PSAC East Special Teams Athlete of the Week

Shippensburg University redshirt sophomore linebacker Ray Jones (Wilmington, Del./Saint Elizabeth) was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division Special Teams Athlete of the Week on Monday following his performance in the Raiders’ 44-7 victory at Lock Haven Saturday.

Jones helped the Raiders storm out to a 35-0 halftime lead over the Bald Eagles with a blocked punt in the second quarter that led to a Shippensburg touchdown.

He also tallied four tackles in the contest, including a pair of solo tackles.

The weekly honor marks the first time Jones has been recognized the conference.

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