The No. 1-ranked IUP men’s basketball team once again displayed a strong second half performance on Wednesday, and walked out of Seton Hill (12-9, 7-8) with yet another victory, 75-52.
The IUP women’s basketball team fought hard offensively and even harder defensively to pull out a 71-53 victory on Saturday over East Stroudsburg University.
It’s not even February yet, and the IUP men’s basketball team has already reached the coveted mark of 20 regular-season wins.
It had been 5,845 days since the IUP women’s basketball team lost to Slippery Rock. That’s 16 years and one day, to be exact.
The IUP men’s basketball team came up with two road PSAC victories over Edinboro and Slippery Rock to start the week and improved to 19-0 on the season.
Shawndale Jones is making up for lost time.
Last weekend, IUP’s swimmers and divers had a busy weekend, competing in three different meets over the course of two days at two different venues across the state.
After two straight wins, IUP came up short of a third victory Monday night, falling to Edinboro, 95-69.
In a game riddled by foul trouble in the midst of an intense rivalry, the IUP men’s basketball team, backed by a strong second half, pulled through for the victory and remained unbeaten.