IUP women’s volleyball finished the season on Friday with a win, and although it is a positive ending, it is not the ending the team had hoped for.
IUP women’s basketball dominated the court this weekend to begin its season 2-0 after beating Livingstone College 70-38 and Virginia State 51-42.
The No. 18 Crimson Hawks swept the Indiana Regional Medical Center (IRMC)/Hilton Garden Inn Classic to start the season 2-0, beating Concord 98-78 and West Virginia Wesleyan 87-61.
After the tough preseason loss against the Fighting Illini, the IUP men’s basketball team will open its season this weekend by hosting a mini tournament.
Coming off two preseason exhibitions against Division I opponents, the IUP women’s basketball team will open its season Saturday at home against Virginia State.
“I think we are as talented as any team in the PSAC (Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference); if not for a couple plays, we very easily could be in the championship game,” head coach Paul Tortorella said.
IUP women’s volleyball traveled away this weekend for a pivotal two-game Pennsylvania Sports Athletic Conference (PSAC) road trip as the team continues its fight for a playoffs spot.
The top seven from each Crimson Hawks cross country teams ran Saturday in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional Championships where one achieved all-region honors.