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The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team fell behind by 14 points in the second half on Saturday at Bloomsburg and could not complete a late comeback, dropping a 78-73 decision to the Huskies in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division matchup at Nelson Fieldhouse.

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Shippensburg University softball's Courtney Coy and Hannah Marsteller were recognized by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) for their play this past week at the Snowbird Softball Freeze Out in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

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The Shippensburg University lacrosse team scored the first six goals on Tuesday in its 2020 season opener and held host Georgian Court scoreless for a 25-minute stretch of the second half in defeating the host Lions, 15-6, on a pleasant afternoon in New Jersey.

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Marywood University freshman Kaiden Estep was named the Atlantic East Conference Men's Swimming Rookie of the Year, as part of the conference's postseason awards release. Estep earned two individual all-conference awards, and was a part of the Pacers' all-conference relay team.

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Big Spring swimming and diving celebrated Senior Night during a dual meet against Susquehanna Township Feb. 4 at the high school. The Big Spring boys defeated the Susquehanna Township 107-61, while the girls team was edged 95-80. The team recognized each of their eight seniors prior to the m…

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The Shippensburg University wrestling team claimed four bouts Wednesday night in its final dual meet of the regular season but came up short at No. 17 Kutztown, dropping a 26-16 dual meet to the Golden Bears in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) clash at Keystone Arena.

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The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team used a balanced scoring effort Saturday to sweep the regular-season series from Lock Haven, defeating the Bald Eagles by a 72-64 score in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division matchup from Heiges Field House.

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The Central Dauphin Rams, the top-ranked 6A team in District 3 in one of the top teams in the state, proved to be too much for the Shippensburg Lady Greyhounds in the opening round of the Mid Penn playoffs Tuesday.

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The Shippensburg University wrestling team competed in four matches Saturday as the Raiders hosted a Senior Day and Alumni Day pentagonal with American International and Belmont Abbey along with Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) opponents Millersville and East Stroudsburg from He…

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Junior forward Collin Taylor became the first player in the history of the Shippensburg high school boys basketball program to reach 1,000 points as an underclassmen during the Greyhounds' rout of the East Pennsboro Panthers Thursday at home, 83-52.

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The Shippensburg high school girls basketball team enters this week's Mid Penn playoffs on a high after posting an impressive road victory over the East Pennsboro Panthers in their regular season finale Thursday, 61-46.

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The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team got 36 points from junior Ariel Jones on Saturday and posted a plus-15 rebound advantage in defeating Mansfield, 73-62, in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division matchup from Decker Gymnasium.

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Injuries have forced the Shippensburg high school varsity team to be down to just five varsity players, but the Lady Greyhounds still managed to give 5A playoff team Dallastown all they could handle in a district playoff preview Monday at SASHS.

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Coming off the high of last week's Colonial Division clinching win over Northern, the Shippensburg high school basketball team came crashing down to earth with an overtime loss at Dallastown Tuesday evening, 66-58.

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Shippensburg University redshirt-sophomore Aaron Arp Jr. and redshirt-senior Charles Bowman were each named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Men's Indoor Track Athlete of the Week on Tuesday afternoon by the league office.

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The Mid Penn Colonial Division champion Shippensburg high school girls swim team put the finishing touches on a perfect dual meet season with a 120-56 victory over Jefferson (WV) Jan. 30 at SASHS. The Greyhound girls team won 11-of-12 events, highlighted by freshman Jillian Strine's career b…

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MONT ALTO - Winning their fifth in their last seven games, the Penn State Mont Alto women's basketball team ran away with the game in the third quarter for the 63-54 victory over PSU Hazleton. The PSUMA campus celebrated a Blue and White Appreciation Night honoring all staff, faculty and stu…

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The Shippensburg University softball team was voted No. 4 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division Preseason Coaches’ Poll released Wednesday afternoon by the league office. The PSAC Preseason Polls are voted on by the league’s coaches.

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Shippensburg high school girls basketball players Chelcie Forrester and Tori Rumbaugh were awarded with the John Sheaffer Memorial VFW MVP Awards following the Lady Greyhounds' 58-32 win over the West Perry Mustangs Wednesday at SASHS. For the 33rd year the Shippensburg VFW Post #6168 presen…

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The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team came out of halftime Saturday with a decisive 21-4 run and limited visiting East Stroudsburg to just 32-percent shooting as the Raiders re-gained first place in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division with a 59-46…

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The Shippensburg high school girls basketball team will likely have to settle for a share of the Colonial Division title following a loss to the Northern Polar Bears Friday on the road.

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The Shippensburg University baseball team was voted No. 6 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division Preseason Coaches’ Poll released Tuesday morning by the league office. The PSAC preseason polls are voted on by the league’s head coaches.

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The Shippensburg University men’s indoor track & field team returned to competition Saturday with a flourish, as redshirt-sophomore Aaron Arp Jr. broke the school record in the 200 meters and the Raiders finished second among all schools at the Gulden Invitational hosted by Bucknell University.

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The Shippensburg high school boys basketball team held the James Buchanan Rockets to their second fewest points allowed of the season in a 77-36 drubbing Tuesday on the road.

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On a night where head coach Ray Staver was recognized for reaching 400 wins, the Shippensburg high school basketball team added yet another tally to that historic win total, outpacing the Greencastle Blue Devils Friday evening at home, 69-48.