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Millersville birdies fly south for spring

March 22, 2018

Brenden Curry Sports Editor The Millersville men’s and women’s golf teams followed the trends of many Marauders vacationing abroad this spring break. Both the men’s and women’s team competed in tournaments during spring break. The . . .

Opinion: Rugby is intense

January 5, 2018

Taylor Schuebel Staff Writer The first I have ever heard of rugby was when I was watching a rerun of “Friends”. Apparently, Ross was playing a game of rugby to impress his British girlfriend. While . . .

The Mysterious Benching of Eli

December 6, 2017

Kyle Brady Editor-in-Chief Kurt Warner. Jake Delhomme. Donovan McNabb. Russell Wilson. Matt Ryan. All of these esteemed quarterbacks have one thing in common. They were all defeated by Tom Brady and the New England Patriots . . .

Mental Health: The injuries you don’t see

April 12, 2017

Casey Saussaman Staff Writer Torn ACLs, broken fingers, and aching joints are all reasons players are put on the disabled list. In the major leagues, press releases are written about injured athletes. In college and . . .

Women’s lacrosse looks forward to great season

March 3, 2017

Brenden Curry Staff Writer A force to be reckoned with will be coming to Chryst Field at Biemesderfer Stadium this spring season. The Millersville women’s lacrosse team is coming off of a milestone season. The . . .

Marauders end season on high note

March 2, 2017

Mike Eshleman Staff Writer The Marauders were able to close out their season on a high note on Saturday by defeating Cheyney by a final score of 79-75. The Marauders trailed Cheyney with less than . . .

Women’s basketball takes down Kutztown

March 2, 2017

Kyle Brady Sports Editor Despite their 10-18 record in the regular season, the Millersville women’s basketball team reached the playoffs where they faced the 13-18 Kutztown Golden Bears. The Marauders got off to a slow . . .

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