Matey sinks SU's vessel
By Justus Sturtevant
After hanging around for the first three quarters, the Crusaders fell, 24-7, to Johns Hopkins Saturday. Susquehanna was outdistanced in the fourth by a strong Johns Hopkins squad, which finished on a 17-0 run.
Johns Hopkins got the scoring going ...
Crusaders get first win of the year
By Leah Leahy
Emily Firestone found the back of the net in the 62nd minute to give the Crusaders' women's soccer team an early lead.
The freshman midfielder scored off of a pass from junior forward Samantha Zuponcic to take a 1-0 lead which stood up for the...
Volleyball sweeps at Old Friends Crossover
By Sydney Musser
Assistant Sports Editor
The women's volleyball team reveled after a tremendously successful day of play in the Old Friends Crossover Tournament on Sept. 13.
Starting off on a bright note, the Crusaders overcame rivals Elizabethtown and Messiah, marking the best start to ...
Field hockey defeeats Elmira by four goals
By Amanda Miles
The Susquehanna Crusaders (4-2) and the Kings Monarchs (3-2) struggled with a blank scoreboard for almost 19 minutes in the first half on Saturday, but the Monarchs pulled ahead early, taking a 4-1 win, halting the Crusaders' four-game winning...
Semmel gives Crusaders upset victory
By George Thompson
Junior midfielder Kyle Semmel took a pass from sophomore midfielder Gannon Keller and buried it in the back of the net in the 73rd minute to give the Crusaders a lead.
The goal from Semmel turned out to be the only goal the Crusaders needed,...
Cross country finishes first in invitational
By AJ Dean
The weather may be cooling down in Selinsgrove, but things are just starting to heat up for the men's cross country team. The Crusaders earned a first-place finish at the Elizabethtown Blue Jay Alumni Challenge Saturday.
Susquehanna (93) finished...