Senior Brooklyn Wagner led six Penn State Mont Alto softball student-athletes who earned All-Penn State University Athletic Conference team distinction
The Phoenix (22-3, 17-2 CSAC) swept the Defenders (5-21, 4-14 CSAC) by a score of 9-0 in game one and 14-0 in both game two.
Wilson’s Phoenix softball team cruised past the Highlanders of Cairn University in a CSAC doubleheader Saturday with scores of 11-0 and 8-0.
The softball team continues CSAC play Saturday, April 24, on their home field, taking on Cairn University in a doubleheader series starting at noon.
Wilson College’s Phoenix was able to sweep a doubleheader against the Cyclones of Centenary University Sunday in CSAC play.
The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference honored two Shippensburg Raiders this week for their accomplishments on the ball field.
It is the first time since 2013 that the Raiders have posted a road sweep at Kutztown (19-7, 16-6). They host Pitt-Johnston Tuesday at home.
The team dominated the first game to win 9-1 over PSU New Kensington, but in the second game of the doubleheader stumbled out the gates and lost 8-7.
The Phoenix softball team defeated the Lady Lions of Penn State Altoona in a doubleheader Wednesday, 2-1 in the first game and 11-3 in the second.
Mont Alto softball won the first game 4-2 and then saw its third walk-off hit of the season to win the nightcap by a 10-9 score.
SU engaged in a couple of pitcher’s duels with visiting IUP on Tuesday, splitting a non-conference doubleheader with the Crimson Hawks.
Saturday’s SU women’s softball doubleheader was a repeat of Friday’s games which saw splits between the Raiders and Mauraders each day.
The Raiders split a doubleheader with the Marauders, losing 6-1 in the first game but coming back to win 11-2 in five innings in Game 2.
Wilson’s softball team (4-0, 4-0 CSAC) hit the road to open up Colonial States Athletic Conference play Tuesday against the University of Valley Forge (0-2, 0-2 CSAC).
The PSUMA softball team saw freshman McKenna Sas claim PSUAC Hitter of the Week recognition as announced by the conference office on Tuesday.
Shippensburg’s Red Raiders were picked for both individual and team honors by the this week by Pennsylvania’s State Athletic Conference.
The Penn State Mont Alto softball team picked up two more wins on Saturday with a pair of road victories over PSU Fayette.
A pair of Phoenix softball pitchers put on outstanding performances in the circle enroute to a Colonial States Athletic Conference…
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
Since the team’s return to campus in January, winter precipitation has wreaked havoc on the Raiders practice and workout schedule.
Shippensburg’s games against Wilmington on Wednesday have been canceled. The Raiders will host Seton Hill at 1 p.m. Saturday.
It is Coy’s first Pitcher of the Week award and her third career conference weekly honor.
Shippensburg University sophomore first base Hannah Marsteller (Fredericksburg, Va./Riverbend) was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division Softball Athlete of the Week on Monday by the league office.
The Shippensburg University softball team posted another split on Sunday at the Snowbird Softball Freeze Out, dropping a 7-4 decision to Le Moyne before claiming a 10-3 victory over Southern Connecticut State in games played in Myrtle Beach
The Shippensburg University softball team split a pair of neutral-site games Saturday at the Snowbird Softball Freeze Out, falling to No. 17 St. Anselm, 1-0, but rallying to defeat Southern Connecticut State, 8-0 in five innings, in action from the Donkle Complex in Myrtle Beach.
Shippensburg University‘s softball team opened the 2020 season with a pair of victories Friday at the Snowbird Softball Freeze Out in Myrtle Beach, defeating Goldey-Beacom, 9-3, and West Virginia State, 11-6, in action from the Ned Donkle Complex.
“This is a very capable group that I believe will have the ability to take our program to the next level, Newell said. ”This group excels academically and will be up to the task of growing and shaping the culture of the Mont Alto softball program.”