A season to remember for the Birds

February 7, 2018 0

Rebecca Rubino Staff Writer Philadelphia Eagles fans were elated when the team brought home the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the first time in team history. Throughout the 2017 NFL season, the Philadelphia Eagles have been

A Semester in Review: Fall 2017

December 7, 2017 0

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

Tide sneaks back into Playoff

December 7, 2017 0

Brenden Curry Sports Editor The final rankings of the College Football Playoff rankings were released this past Sunday afternoon, on December 3. The Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl will serve as the playoff semifinals that

Millersville wins on the road

October 10, 2017 0

Brenden Curry Staff Writer After the heartbreaking loss to Bloomsburg, Millersville head coach Greg Breitbach stated that when you get into a close game, you got to find a way to win.  Millersville saw themselves

Bloomsburg puts Marauders in the Dog House

October 4, 2017 0

Brenden Curry Staff Writer In a game that saw many peaks and valleys as quarterback Tony Staffieri described, the Marauders fell to the Huskies 28-21. He stated that it was great to be back out

Wiggins and Shank lead Marauders to first win of season

September 12, 2017 0

Brenden Curry Staff Writer Millersville head coach Greg Breitbach saw their matchup against Seton Hill as a “new one-game season.” His approach worked Saturday afternoon. The Millersville Marauders defeated the Seton Hill Griffins, 45-38 on

MU football loses opener to Pace

September 7, 2017 0

Brenden Curry Staff Writer Going into the season, it appeared that redshirt sophomore, Tony Staffieri, would take the reins at quarterback from JJ Paige. However, two fumbles and an interception plagued his debut. The Millersville

A week of upsets

November 18, 2016 0

The selection committee had an easy job two weeks ago, as there were four undefeated major-conference teams that were leading the way in college football. Alabama, Clemson, Michigan and Washington seemed to be poised to

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