Breanna Crognale Sports Writer Saturday’s game between the # 6 Lady Marauders and the #2 Golden Rams, marked the final home game of the season. It was homecoming weekend and the team’s six seniors were . . .
Breanna Crognale Sports Writer The field hockey team traveled to Mansfield on Friday for a match between two members of the PSAC Eastern Division. The Lady Marauders, ranked number seven, jumped on the Mountaineers early . . .
Breanna Crognale Sports Writer The Lady Marauders traveled to West Chester on Saturday looking to rebound from a tough overtime loss to the Bloomsburg Huskies on Wednesday. Unfortunately, luck was not on their side as . . .
Alex Geli Sports Writer Close, but no cigar. Starting off its brutal schedule for the next two weeks, the Millersville field hockey team took on #3-ranked Bloomsburg on Wednesday only to fall 1-0 in overtime. . . .
Breanna Crognale Sports Writer The field hockey team has at last accomplished something they have been trying to do for the last ten years. After a string of 18 consecutive losses to the Golden Bears . . .
Ryan Woerner Sports Writer Another day, another shutout for the Millersville lady Marauders field hockey team. On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, Lauren Sotzin and the Marauders recorded yet another shutout, their third consecutive, beating Slippery . . .
Estelle Reidler Sports Writer On Saturday afternoon the Marauder field hockey team lost their first road game of the 2012 season to the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Crimson Hawks by a score of 2-1. With . . .
Last weekend, the university track team welcomed other area competitors to their 2010 spring opener.
The home turf seemed to have a positive impact on the team. In only their third outdoor meet, numerous athletes performed admirably, and 14 team members had top five finishes. . . .
On the last two days of February, the Millersville men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the PSAC Indoor Championships.
Although Saturday was mostly a day spent qualifying for races that would occur the next day, the men’s team came away with 10 points and the women earned one. . . .