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Women’s soccer has record start

September 25, 2013

Chris Norton Sports Editor Sitting at an impressive no. 14 ranking, the Millersville women’s soccer team headed into enemy territory against Indiana University of Pennsylvania, needing a win to claim their best start in school . . .

Meet-and-greet introduces fall coaching staff

September 25, 2013

GREG BREITBACH WHERE HE WAS… Coach Breitbach came from being an offensive coordinator of the University of North Dakota for five years. He joined the Black and Gold on April 3, 2013. “I’m feeling very . . .

Marauders split day two of tournament

September 25, 2013

Breanna Crognale Staff Writer The Millersville women’s team volleyball competed in the Wilmington Tournament in Delaware on Saturday. The girls entered the second day of competition having lost both matches on Friday. Match one was . . .

Is Tebow ‘ready to rock’ in AFL?

September 25, 2013

Alex Geli Assoc. Sports Editor What do Tim Tebow, lizard-like tongues and an obscene amount of chest hair have in common? Absolutely nothing… at least not yet. Tebow, the head-turning quarterback who took the National . . .

Field hockey shuts out Slippery Rock

September 25, 2013

Seth Zeiset Staff Writer The Millersville (5-0) Women’s field hockey team, the No. 3-ranked team in the state, dominated Slippery Rock (3-3) on Saturday, manhandling them for a 4-0 win. After defeating No. 2 ranked . . .

Men’s soccer falls one goal shy of victory

September 25, 2013

Chris Norton Sports Editor It all came down to one shot for the men’s soccer team on Saturday, which unfortunately, was never taken, as the Marauders fell to the Pioneers at home 2-1. In the . . .

Chad Wynn performs junior recital

September 25, 2013

Martina Adamo Staff Writer On Saturday, September 21st, Chad Wynn, a student here at Millersville, held his junior year vocal recital. Performing in the Biemesderfer Concert Hall in the Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center, . . .

Bloomsburg annual fair continues to draw crowds

September 25, 2013

Molly Carl Staff Writer Pennsylvania is known for many facets of its culture. We’ve got attractions from farmlands and Pennsylvania Dutch baking to tractor-pulls and demolition derbies, as well as everything in between. While it . . .

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