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SHIP U. Men’s Cross Country named 2023 USTFCCCA All-Academic Team; six earn individual honors

The Shippensburg University men’s cross country team was honored on Thursday with a United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic Team award for 2023 and six of its runners from the regional championships received a USTFCCCA All-Academic Athlete classification.

The SU men’s squad earned its USTFCCCA All-Academic Team classification for possessing a cumulative GPA of 3.329 as a team and scoring at the NCAA Atlantic Region Championships.

Six of the seven Raider starters at the 2023 Atlantic Region Championships were classified as an All-Academic athlete: senior Aiden Gonder (Mechanicsburg, Pa./Red Land), graduate Nathan Harding (Mohnton, Pa./Governor Mifflin), graduate Hayden Hunt (Shippensburg, Pa./Shippensburg Area), sophomore Garrett Quinan (Stewartstown, Pa./Kennard-Dale), senior Ian Sherlock (Hopewell, Pa./Northern Bedford County), and sophomore Ryan Wolfe (Lebanon, Pa./Cedar Crest).

Each Raider possesses a cumulative grade-point average (GPA) of at least 3.25 and finished among the Top 30 percent of eligible runners at the Atlantic Region Championships.


Gregg P Davis 1926-2024

Gregg was well known as an avid outdoorsman, a passion he developed as a boy who helped provide food during the Depression.

A Fred McCleaf 1923-2024

Mr. McCleaf served in the South Pacific with the United States Navy during World War II. He owned and operated A. Fred McCleaf Plumbing & Heating most of his life.

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