How does a basketball team coming off of a remarkable run in the NCAA Division II tournament replace nine letter winners, four of whom were starters, including one of the most prolific basketball players in the school’s history? . . .
Different Saturday, same results.
The Millersville Marauders wrapped their disappointing 2008 football season with a 38-13 loss at Edinboro University on Saturday. The loss dropped the Marauders to a final record of 1-10 making it the Marauders’ first ten-loss season in the history of the program dating back to 1889. . . .
The Marauder cross country team had back-to-back Saturdays of the most important meets of the season, the PSAC championships on Nov. 1, and the NCAA Division II Atlantic Region Championship on Nov. 8. . . .
It seems that in today’s day and age, NFL fans throw the words dominant player around like it is going out of style. In my opinion there have only been a handful of dominant players in the history of the NFL, Jim Brown, Jerry Rice, and Walter Payton are a few players that come to mind. . . .
On senior day, Millersville’s women’s soccer team rose together as one and sent their seniors, Sarah Cameron, Nicki Conzentino, and Jamie Lancaster off in style with an upset of one of the PSAC’S best teams, the Bloomsburg Huskies. . . .
Senior Renee Fraker’s career as a Millersville field hockey player came to an end last weekend. The leadership and dedication she showed to the team throughout her career gave the lady Marauders confidence towards a bright future. . . .