PORTSMOUTH, Ohio (Women's Basketball) – The Shawnee State University women's basketball team will play host to a golf scramble on Saturday, June 13, at Shawnee State park Golf Course. A shotgun start is
The cost for a four-person team is $220 and includes 18 holes with cart and lunch. Prizes include a $500 cash award to the winning team, and a one-night stay at Shawnee State Lodge for the second place finishers.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO (Men's Soccer) – This summer, the Shawnee State men's soccer program has begun offseason training under the direction of former SSU player, BJ Durel and the Durel Futebol Academy.
Durel was a starter for the Bears from 2001 through 2003, and has since taken his love for the game and dedicated DFA to helping improve other players. DFA worked with the men's soccer program to create a soccer specific speed and agility training session.
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio (Tennis) – Three members of the Shawnee State tennis squad were tabbed as Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes, the national office announced Friday afternoon.
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio – On Saturday, 33 current and former student-athletes crossed the stage at Founders Plaza on the campus of Shawnee State University, receiving degrees at the Spring Commencement 2015.
Student-athletes from baseball (2), men's basketball (1), men's cross country/track & field (5), golf (1), men's soccer (3), women's basketball (1), women's cross country/track & field (8), women's soccer (4), softball (2), tennis (1) and volleyball (5) each received their diplomas on Saturday morning.
Louisville, Ky. (Men's and Women's Track & Field) – In the final meet on the Shawnee State men's and women's track & field slate, Brad Liston (SR/Circleville, Ohio) put together his best 1500 meter run time of the season at the Louisville Twilight meet on Friday evening at Cardinal Park, completing the race in 3:53.78 to eclipse the A Standard and qualify for the NAIA National Championship.
Liston finished fifth in the race, becoming the 34th runner in the NAIA to qualify in the 1500 with an A Standard time. He becomes the sixth SSU runner – along with both the men's and women's 4x800 relay squads – to post a national standard this season.