Kyle Brady Editor-in-Chief Brenden Curry Sports Editor Millersville’s fall sports teams showcased school spirit and sportsmanship this season. The Marauders set foundations of athletic success for seasons to come. Women’s golf In September, the Millersville . . .
Casey Saussaman Head Copy Editor The Millersville field hockey season came to an end on Friday afternoon after being shutout 3-0 by LIU Post. In a fairly even-matched first half, the Marauders had the first . . .
Casey Saussaman Head Copy Editor After two overtime rounds and a shootout, Millersville (No. 5) defeated St. Anselm (No. 4) in the NCAA quarterfinal on Saturday night 1-0. Millersville entered the game with the third . . .
Casey Saussaman Head Copy Editor Starting college is tough. Even more difficult: starting college and being a student-athlete. Imagine doing both of those things AND being nearly 10,000 miles from home. Two Millersville field hockey . . .
Tyler Helsabeck Staff Writer As if the 2016 wasn’t a roller coaster season already, it took a thrilling comeback for the Marauders to complete their final weekend of the season before NCAA tournament play. And . . .
Tyler Helsabeck Staff Writer The Millersville women’s field hockey team won their sixth game in a row on Saturday, at home against Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Aliza Mizak, Courtney Weaver and Maci Langone all scored . . .
Tyler Helsabeck Staff Writer The Marauders picked up two solid wins against NO. 4 Kutztown and Slippery Rock, shutting out both opponents in each victory. The Millersville-Kutztown matchup has long been a rivalry, as both . . .
Michella Salvitti Staff Writer As expected, the women’s field hockey team’s reputation precedes them as they kept Seton Hill off the scoreboard with a 3-0 win. At the end of the first half the Marauders . . .
Sam Valentin Sports Editor Millersville and West Chester met in the NCAA Semifinals in another overtime thriller that was only decided by a goal. It is a fitting end to another chapter of the classic . . .
Sam Valentin Sports Writer When most people think of national signing day they think of those huge football players signing their letters of intent on ESPN. Even at small colleges, football gets all the hype . . .