Brenden Curry Staff Writer On Saturday afternoon the Millersville Marauders won their first football game of the season. The Marauders defeated Cheyney University on the road by a score of 34-12. “It’s a step in . . .
Kevin Vogan Staff Writer Men’s football fought their way back from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter, only to immediately see the hometown Bald Eagles drive the length of the field and score a . . .
Richard Schulz Staff Writer It wasn’t the result the Marauders were hoping for. Millersville showed up for their homecoming game against East Stroudsburg, but only until the second half, it seemed. Losing starting quarterback Matt . . .
Mike Eshleman Staff Writer It was a blowout from the start. The Millersville Marauders men’s football team fell to Kutztown by a score of 54-7 without putting up much of a competition. Three Kutztown running . . .
Brenden Curry Staff Writer Millersville lost to 25th ranked and defending PSAC West champion Slippery Rock by a score of 46-17 on Saturday night. The Marauders now fall to 0-3 in the season while Slippery . . .
Ryan Woerner Sports Editor Coach Greg Breitbach and the Marauders took to Chryst Field for the second time in as many weeks in search of their first win of the season against visiting Clarion. And, . . .
Brenden Curry Staff Writer Millersville began the 2014 football season with a heartbreaking 46-44 loss to the Livingstone Bears on Thursday night. “In order to win a football game, you have to go through the . . .
Alex Geli Editor-in-Chief The scene was set on Friday at Annie Bailey’s Irish Pub and Restaurant in downtown Lancaster for the annual St. Baldrick’s Day: the deck was open for a sea of green shirts . . .
Alex Geli Managing Editor Greg Breitbach’s first season as the Millersville head football coach wasn’t the debut the Marauders were hoping for. The team started off on a six-game losing streak, and only came out . . .
Breanna Crognale Staff Writer The Millersville University football team suffered an old fashioned beatdown at the hands of California University (Pa.) on Saturday. In their final game of the season the guys lost 48-14, finishing . . .