Brenden Curry Sports Editor The Millersville Marauders women’s lacrosse team are currently 7-3 with a 3-3 record in PSAC play. The ladies are working to continue the winning ways when Slippery Rock comes to Millersville . . .
Brenden Curry Sports Editor The Millersville Women’s Lacrosse team is currently 6-3 coming off an electrifying win over No. 22 Lock Haven that stirred some controversy near the end of the game. The biggest highlight . . .
Brenden Curry Staff Writer The Marauders snapped their recent three game losing streak by defeating the Bloomsburg Huskies, 11-10. The Marauders then lost to Mercy College on April 1. “We are a team that learns . . .
Brenden Curry Staff Writer Following their opening day victory, Millersville would go on to win the following three games. Millersville defeated Seton Hill, Shepherd and Holy Family. All these games were played at home.They would . . .
Brenden Curry Staff Writer The Millersville women’s lacrosse team took a step in the positive direction as they strive to become a team to watch this season. Millersville won their season opener 13-7 against the . . .
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 . . .
Leif Johnson Staff Writer The Millersville University Women’s Lacrosse team dropped a heartbreaker to Slippery Rock University this past Saturday by a score of 13-9. The loss snapped a three game winning streak, and although . . .
Leif Johnson Staff Writer The Millersville Women’s Lacrosse Team completed another week of their season by splitting a pair of PSAC contests. Last Tuesday, the Marauders travelled to Shippensburg to take on the Raiders. The . . .
Breanna Crognale Staff Writer It was a rough day for the Millersville women’s lacrosse team on Saturday as they fell to sixth ranked Lock Haven University 2-16. The Bald Eagles held the Marauders to their . . .
Alex Geli Managing Editor After being outscored 23-53 in their last three games, the Millersville lacrosse team (5-5) found themselves in another predicament on Saturday against out-of-conference foe Shepherd (7-4). After having their four-goal lead . . .