Crusaders lose lead, fall in double overtime
By Tyler Ruby
The Susquehanna women's soccer team lost for the fourth time this season against Ursinus in double overtime, 3-2, Sept. 23 at the Sassafras Fields Complex.
Despite jumping out to a 2-0 lead at halftime, the Crusaders let the Bears get back into...
Club brings alums, fans and staff insight into football team
By Cory Prescott
Tucked away inside of the James W. Garrett Sports Complex is the Apple Community Room, which is home to Susquehanna Athletics Quarterback Club on Fridays from noon to 1 p.m.
The cost of admission and lunch for the meeting is $8.50, while a...
Wilkes blanks Susquehanna 7-0
By Sean Belt
The Susquehanna field hockey team was shut out by Wilkes in a 7-0 decision on Tuesday, Sept. 22, during its away contest at Artillery Park.
The Colonels were powered by three first half goals and then four more in the second half.
Susquehanna scores early in 2-0 shutout of Griffins
By Clay Reimus
On Sept. 19, the Susquehanna men's soccer team recorded its second consecutive shutout victory, beating the Gwynedd-Mercy Griffins 2-0.
Junior midfielder Brandon Eisenhart assisted senior defender Andrew Cordell Carey with the first point about...
Crusaders finish well at Cougar Classic
By Caitlin Anderson
The Susquehanna men's cross country team placed first at the Cougar Classic and the women placed second on Sept. 19. The meet was hosted by Misericordia.
The men scored 28 points, which was good enough for the top spot, while the women finished...
Crusaders lose, tip their hat to Warriors
By Will Dietrich-Egensteiner
The Susquehanna Football team could not win back the "Stagg Hat" trophy from Lycoming, falling 37-23 to the Warriors in the 2009 "Stagg Hat" game at Lopardo Stadium on Sept. 19.
Susquehanna's sophomore quarterback Rich Palazzi had a career game,...