IUP volleyball stole yet another victory on Tuesday, while on the road against Pitt-Johnstown.
Coaches and players of IUP women’s soccer team were very unhappy with the team’s 1-0 shutout loss to Seton Hill on Wednesday.
Two matches. Two different home venues. Same result.
The way Dayjure Stewart was running the ball Saturday, there was little need for IUP quarterback Mak Sexton and the Crimson Hawks to throw it.
Still smarting from the loss to West Chester four days earlier, the IUP field hockey team took out its frustration on Coker (S.C.) with a dominant 4-2 victory in a non-conference game at George P. Miller Stadium on Saturday.
The IUP women’s soccer team produced a season high four goals in a bounceback, road win against Pitt-Johnstown (UPJ) on Wednesday.
This time around, IUP didn’t squander a 20-point lead.
Last week, IUP’s confidence was shaken following a surprising loss to Slippery Rock.
Three weeks into the season, the IUP field hockey team is still adjusting to the new offensive scheme implemented by first-year coach Kelly Terwilliger.