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November 23, 1998
MILLERSVILLE, Pa. -- Millersville got game-highs of 15 points and seven rebounds from sophomore Sara Burcin in a 73-54 win over Shepherd at Pucillo Gymnasium. The Marauders also got 13 points from Nicole Schneider and eight points and nine assists from Safiyyah Bashir. The Rams were led by Emily Friend and freshman forward Jennifer Westervelt with nine points each. Leslie Wolfe added eight, while Barb Oller chipped in with seven. Shepherd falls to 1-3 for the year, while Millersville improves to 3-0. ADULT LEAGUES Mason-Dixon Soccer Clear Spring defeated Mercersburg 6-1 to conclude the regular season.
NEWS
August 27, 2006
MILLERSVILLE, Pa. - Bryan Wright rushed for a pair of touchdowns as Shepherd won its 19th consecutive regular-season game, defeating host Millersville 28-7 Saturday in the season opener for both teams. Shepherd's Dan Chlebowski completed 16 of 21 passes for 153 yards, including a 54-yard scoring strike to Rodney Jackson to give the Rams a 7-0 lead in the first quarter. The Ram increased their lead to 14-0 when Wright raced 64 yards for a touchdown with 11:58 left in the second quarter.
NEWS
August 31, 2008
Charlotte Dixon, of Netz Road in Boonsboro, celebrated her 84th birthday with a motorcycle ride with Jim Umberger of Laurel, Md. The ride took place on Aug. 22 in Millersville, which is in Anne Arundel County, Md. Dixon is a longtime resident of Boonsboro, and had never ridden on a motorcycle, until now. The photo was taken by her son-in-law, Larry Spice, of Millersville.
NEWS
September 5, 2007
COLLEGE FOOTBALL Shepherd 10th in AFCA poll Shepherd University is ranked 10th in the American Football Coaches Association Division II Coaches' Poll for Sept. 4. Shepherd rallied for a 19-14 win over Shippensburg on Saturday to improve to 2-0 on the year. MEN'S GOLF Rams win Senator Shootout SNOWSHOE, W.Va. - Shepherd University opened its season by winning the five-team Senator Shootout at Raven Golf Club. Shepherd edged host Davis & Elkins 626-627 in the two-day tourney.
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | August 27, 2007
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - When it comes down to it, the New York Yankees and the Shepherd University football team both have one traditional belief. The biggest hitters wear the smallest numbers. In New York, seven of the first nine numbers were retired for prosperity after the likes of Babe Ruth (3), Lou Gehrig (4), Joe DiMaggio (5) and Mickey Mantle (7) finished wearing pinstripes. But in Shepherdstown, there is a different mentality. Old numbers don't hang on a wall, they live to hit another day. That's why the Rams' defense went digital on Millersville on Saturday, as four players whose numbers can be shown on two hands helped Shepherd manhandle the Marauders 36-7 in the opening game of the season.
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | August 26, 2007
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Monte Cater has been sleep-deprived. For the last three months, Shepherd University's head coach has been tossing and turning with anxiety over the prospects of the Rams' coming season. On Saturday, the Rams came up with a lullaby to calm Cater's nerves. Tailback Dervon Wallace rushed for a career-high 215 yards and two touchdowns and Vincent Riggs ran for three more scores Saturday, while Shepherd's defense picked up where it left off last year, employing new personnel in a 36-7 rout of Millersville.
NEWS
September 1, 2007
Shippensburg at Shepherd Today: 1 p.m. at Ram Stadium (Shepherdstown, W.Va.) Audio: www.shepherdrams.com Video: www.cstv.com Shippensburg Red Raiders (5-6 in 2006) Head coach: Rocky Rees (102-86-1, 17th season at SU; 138-101-2, 23rd season overall) Formations: Offense - Wing-T; Defense: 4-3 Returning stat leaders: Rushing - Aaron Dykes (139 for 514 yds) Passing - Gabe Maiocco (63-161-5, 861 yds) Receptions - Howard Chavous (26 for 303 yds)
NEWS
April 21, 2009
COLLEGE BASEBALL WYE MILLS, Md. -- Zach Smith's two-run double highlighted a three-run second inning and Garrett Harrison pitched eight scoreless innings as Hagerstown Community College beat Chesapeake 4-1 on Tuesday. Travis Sluger had two hits for the Hawks (32-12). Harrison struck out three. COLLEGE SOFTBALL Shepherd 1-3, Millersville 0-8 MILLERSVILLE, Pa. -- Shepherd University split a doubleheader on the road with Millersville (24-25)
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SPORTS
March 2, 2013
Saturday, March 2, 2013 COLLEGE BASEBALL HCC 7-7, Alfred State 4-2 Tanner Partlow threw a complete game with seven strikeouts in the second game of Hagerstown Community College's doubleheader sweep of Alfred State. Tyler Walter and Garrett Sprankle each had two hits and an RBI, while Drew DeShong and Dylan Dunn drove in two runs apiece for the Hawks (3-1) in the second game. In the first game, Cooper Ayres had three hits and two RBIs and Jordan Nicewarner drove in three runs for HCC. DeShong and Dunn each had two hits.
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EDUCATION
July 13, 2011
The following area students have been named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Millersville University of Pennsylvania: Lauren A. Zook, a senior from Chambersburg, Pa. Isaac B. Seidel, a sophomore from Greencastle, Pa. A'leese M. Dickerson, a sophomore from McConnellsburg, Pa. Ellen E. Nesbitt, a junior from McConnellsburg Jessica L. Reimold, a sophomore from McConnellsburg Carrie B. Yeatts, a junior from Mercersburg,...
NEWS
April 21, 2009
COLLEGE BASEBALL WYE MILLS, Md. -- Zach Smith's two-run double highlighted a three-run second inning and Garrett Harrison pitched eight scoreless innings as Hagerstown Community College beat Chesapeake 4-1 on Tuesday. Travis Sluger had two hits for the Hawks (32-12). Harrison struck out three. COLLEGE SOFTBALL Shepherd 1-3, Millersville 0-8 MILLERSVILLE, Pa. -- Shepherd University split a doubleheader on the road with Millersville (24-25)
NEWS
August 31, 2008
Charlotte Dixon, of Netz Road in Boonsboro, celebrated her 84th birthday with a motorcycle ride with Jim Umberger of Laurel, Md. The ride took place on Aug. 22 in Millersville, which is in Anne Arundel County, Md. Dixon is a longtime resident of Boonsboro, and had never ridden on a motorcycle, until now. The photo was taken by her son-in-law, Larry Spice, of Millersville.
NEWS
September 1, 2007
Shippensburg at Shepherd Today: 1 p.m. at Ram Stadium (Shepherdstown, W.Va.) Audio: www.shepherdrams.com Video: www.cstv.com Shippensburg Red Raiders (5-6 in 2006) Head coach: Rocky Rees (102-86-1, 17th season at SU; 138-101-2, 23rd season overall) Formations: Offense - Wing-T; Defense: 4-3 Returning stat leaders: Rushing - Aaron Dykes (139 for 514 yds) Passing - Gabe Maiocco (63-161-5, 861 yds) Receptions - Howard Chavous (26 for 303 yds)
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | August 27, 2007
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - When it comes down to it, the New York Yankees and the Shepherd University football team both have one traditional belief. The biggest hitters wear the smallest numbers. In New York, seven of the first nine numbers were retired for prosperity after the likes of Babe Ruth (3), Lou Gehrig (4), Joe DiMaggio (5) and Mickey Mantle (7) finished wearing pinstripes. But in Shepherdstown, there is a different mentality. Old numbers don't hang on a wall, they live to hit another day. That's why the Rams' defense went digital on Millersville on Saturday, as four players whose numbers can be shown on two hands helped Shepherd manhandle the Marauders 36-7 in the opening game of the season.
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | August 26, 2007
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Monte Cater has been sleep-deprived. For the last three months, Shepherd University's head coach has been tossing and turning with anxiety over the prospects of the Rams' coming season. On Saturday, the Rams came up with a lullaby to calm Cater's nerves. Tailback Dervon Wallace rushed for a career-high 215 yards and two touchdowns and Vincent Riggs ran for three more scores Saturday, while Shepherd's defense picked up where it left off last year, employing new personnel in a 36-7 rout of Millersville.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | June 9, 2007
Click here to view and/or purchase photos. CHAMBERSBURG, PA.-Chambersburg Area Senior High School class of 2007 salutatorian Andrea Ritchie dared to say it. "I would dare to say that the things we learned about life and relationships are more important than the formal education we received," Ritchie said in remarks to thousands who gathered at Trojan Stadium for the school's annual commencement ceremony. Ritchie was one of 554 graduates to receive shouts of congratulations from the crowd that braved sweltering heat and threatening thunderstorms at the new stadium for the program.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | June 8, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Chambersburg Area Senior High School class of 2007 salutatorian Andrea Ritchie dared to say it. "I would dare to say that the things we learned about life and relationships are more important than the formal education we received," Ritchie said in remarks to thousands who gathered at Trojan Stadium for the school's annual commencement ceremony. Ritchie was one of 554 graduates to receive shouts of congratulations from the crowd that braved sweltering heat and threatening thunderstorms at the new stadium for the program.
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