Murphy leads Crusaders to Landmark berth
By Jared Knowlton
Andrew Murphy started out playing baseball and lacrosse as a child, but when he started playing club soccer in fifth grade with his friends, he knew he had found his sport.
Susquehanna's men's soccer team experienced huge success last year, making...
Susquehanna loses to Bears under the lights
By Amanda Miles
The Susquehanna football team hosted its first night game of the year at Lopardo Stadium on Saturday. The Crusaders failed to grab their second consecutive victory, as the game slipped through their grasp and the team lost, 30-10.
Jones scores in loss
By Leah Leahy
Senior midfielder Hannah Jones scored her first goal of the season with 2:03 left in the second half, but the Crusaders were unable to pull off the comeback, losing 2-1 to McDaniel.
Jones scored off of a cross from senior Marissa DeParto into the...
SU wins final LC game, 3-0
By George Thompson
It was a tale of two halves for the Susquehanna men's soccer team, as they scored three unanswered goals in the second half on their way to a 3-0 victory over Goucher in their final conference game of the year Saturday.
Crusaders head coach Jim...
Field Hockey sticks it to Goucher
By Justus Sturtevant
Three goals in the second half lifted the Susquehanna field hockey team past visiting Goucher on Saturday in a game that ended with a score of 4-1.
Despite dominating possession, the Crusaders (9-8, 2-4 Landmark) did not find the back of the net...
Institutional drug tests for student-athletes cut
By Jared Knowlton, Staff Writer
Anthony Mitchell, Sports Editor
Susquehanna administration has suspended institutional drug testing of its student-athletes due to a lack of financial resources, according to Susquehanna Athletic Director Pamela Samuelson.
The Susquehanna drug-testing program, which was ...