Rich Schulz Sports Writer The Millersville Marauders women’s cross country traveled to Mansfield, Pa. this weekend to participate in the PSAC Championships, hoping to make a dent in the leaderboards. The women wouldn’t leave empty-handed. . . .
Mike Eshleman Sports Writer Millersville field hockey’s seniors had a very good showing on Saturday in what was their final regular season game at home. Seniors Katelyn Zapp, Champayne Hess and Alicia Youtz all played . . .
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 . . .
Nikki Schaffer Features Editor “Ahoy, mateys” could be heard all around the world last Thursday, Sept. 19 as many individuals celebrated the international holiday, Talk like a Pirate Day. According to the official website, the . . .
Only two days after a victory over PSAC rival Kutztown University, the Millersville women’s basketball faced off against Shippensburg Monday night in Pucillo gymnasium.
The Lady Marauders took possession of the game from the beginning. Raquel Green got things started by quickly putting up four points within the game’s opening three minutes. A foul by Isabel Scott of the Shippensburg Raiders on Ashley Moyer only added to the Marauder’s score. Moyer’s two points were a warning to the Raider defense. She went on to score 13 points in the first half alone. . . .
The Millersville women’s soccer team fell 3-0 to Slippery Rock, marking the fifth time in six games the Marauders have been held without a single goal. The last goal from the team came nearly two weeks ago, when the Marauders defeated Shippensburg at home 1-0 on September 19. The most recent loss to Slippery Rock dropped Millersville’s record to 2-8 at the halfway point of the season. . . .