Incoming students for the 2020-2021 academic year, their high schools and their sports teams were busy throughout June announcing their commitments to Shippensburg University on social media.
See some of the future faces of Ship below:
Hello Red Knight Nation! The @RDGschools Football Program is sending another off to his next chapter. Caiman Middlebrooks is headed to @shippensburgU on an ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP! Congratulations to Caiman and his Family! 💪🏽🔴⚫️📚 #RsdProud #ShipIsIt #NextChapter #KnightBlooded pic.twitter.com/vvQCGSGGRk
— Red Knight Gridders Club (@GriddersRed) June 1, 2020
T&F: @shippensburgU Track & Field/Cross Country has announced its 2020-21 women's recruiting class. A total of 18 women are joining the rosters for the upcoming season.
Check it out 🔽https://t.co/YHO6JJ2GJe
— SHIP Sports Info (@ShipURaiders) June 1, 2020
T&F: @shippensburgU Track & Field/Cross Country has announced its 2020-21 men's recruiting class. A total of 14 men are joining the rosters for the upcoming season.
Check it out 🔽https://t.co/H2WYQ67uWV
— SHIP Sports Info (@ShipURaiders) June 2, 2020
I am so excited to announce that I'll be continuing my education at @shippensburgU to work towards my EdD in Educational Leadership this fall while continuing to work alongside my amazing colleagues in my district.
— Katrina Lee (@AP_KatrinaLee) June 9, 2020
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Today’s senior is @hersh_88 ! Michaela attended Brandywine Heights High School. She will be going to Shippensburg University to study psychology. Michaela’s favorite event is 200 IM. Her favorite BYNS memory is the WVU meet. Michaela’s advice to younger swimmers is “make friends with Coach Dave.” Congratulations Michaela!