Millersville Men’s soccer continues to roll as the season presses on. They have now won four straight and five out of their last six games since dismantling then-ranked fourth in the nation, East Stroudsburg, 4-1. . . .
Just a month ago Millersville’s women’s soccer team was sitting pretty at 4-2 and averaging 2.7 goals a game. Things have gone south in a hurry. Since their hot start, the ladies have gone 0-6-2 scoring only four goals. While it would be easy to mail in the season, that has not been the case. Despite the recent struggles the desire has still been there. Of the eight losses, five have gone to overtime and another was a 1-0 loss to Kutztown. . . .
On an unseasonably warm day in mid-October, the most noticeable thing in the Millersville field hockey team’s game Tuesday against Bloomsburg was not the heat. It was the presence of Head Coach Shelly Behrens. . . .
Class— Informal. Elegance, grace, or dignity, as in dress and behavior (dictionary.com). It’s hard to find many who fit this prototype in the NFL any more. It would seem the vast majority is more concerned about class as a reference to their dressing habits rather than their professional attitudes. In a league increasingly becoming filled with prima dona’s, ego maniacs, and players all too familiar with the law (not in a good way) some players deserving of more publicity are falling through the cracks. . . .