Dan Zalewski Sports Editor This past Saturday, the Women’s Basketball team proved why they are in the PSAC tournament. The third seeded Marauders dominated the court to eliminate the Lock Haven Bald Eagles in Pucillo . . .
Tyler Helsabeck Staff Writer Although Slippery Rock won, Millersville was well represented in the PSAC Championships of women’s indoor track and field over the weekend. The Marauders enjoyed one winner over the weekend in Edinboro: . . .
Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor To find one of the latest accomplishments of the Millersville Marauders, one would have to travel over 300 miles south to the state of North Carolina. There you’ll find warm . . .
Jain Coble Staff Writer Many students can only dream of going to an exciting place for spring break, but Millersville Men’s Rugby 7’s team is doing just that. March 3-5th, these young men will get . . .
Sam Valentin Staff Writer Proud. That is the word that popped into Senior co-captain Grace Magerr’s head to describe the Millersville Women’s swim team performance this year. The team placed 8th overall at the PSAC . . .
Kris Thomas Staff Writer Recent history has shown that a great defensive team will top a great offensive team. Seahawks did against the Broncos two years ago, and the Denver Broncos did it against a . . .
Calen Wolfskill Staff Writer Friday evening the wrestling team faced off against Wheeling Jesuit in their last home match of the season. The team honored their two seniors before the match, allowing their families to . . .
Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor The athletic accomplishments of Millersville University athletes has always been a proud part of the fabric that represents our University. The accomplishments of those wearing the black and gold have . . .
Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor The women’s basketball team has once again come home with the victory, this time defending the home court. The Marauders played host to the Lock Haven Bald Eagles on Saturday . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor Very few people could say they have seen Queen, Pink Floyd, Aerosmith and Elton John live; however, this is one of the many things that sets Jill Craven, Chair of English; . . .