Devils win in soccer shutout
By Brian Grier
The men's soccer team lost to Dickinson on Wednesday night by a score of 1-0.
Susquehanna allowed the winning goal, due to a miscommunication on the part of the defense.
The Crusaders had the chance to capitalize on a corner kick, but both...
Wolverines' claws leave pitiful marks
By Greg Norris
Assistant Sports Editor
The Michigan Wolverines have ten games left in their 0-2 season and unfortunately will use this season as a building block rather than contending for their 12th national championship.
When Wolverine fans piled into The Big House for the 128th...
Crusader turnovers lead to loss
By Freddy Long
The Susquehanna football team lost its second game of the season, 27-12 against Lebanon Valley in a non conference match up on Saturday in Annville.
The Crusaders earned a total of 371 yards offensively, but managed to score two touchdowns in...
Volleyball splits games in tournament
By Compiled from staff reports
Susquehanna's volleyball team broke even at the Buttermaker Tournament in Muhlenberg Friday and Saturday, winning one game on each day.
On Friday, Susquehanna defeated King's in three sets, 30-13, 30-19 and 30-21.
Junior co-captain Ainsley...
Tompeck gets third shutout
By Cory Prescott
The Susquehanna women's soccer team edged Franklin & Marshall 1-0 on Tuesday.
Toward the end of the first half, the Crusaders (4-1) put the only goal of the game on the board.
Sophomore defender Julie Yeagley took a corner kick from...
Crusaders shutout Wells in victory
By Erin McGarrigle
The Susquehanna field hockey team flattened the Wells Express 9-0 Wednesday under the lights during non-conference play at the Sassafras Field Complex.
Every Crusader had a chance for some playing time. Sophomore forward Andrea Fiori led the...