Chris Norton Sports Editor The combined efforts of sophomore Megan Kelley and junior Megan Wilson proved to be the deciding factors in Millersville’s win over Lock Haven. Kelley, Wilson, and freshman Savannah Hall were the . . .
Seth Zeiset Staff Writer In a 99-minute showdown, Georgian Court (6-2-1) beat Millersville (5-4-1) in come-from-behind fashion by a score of 2-1. The Marauders kept the Lions scoreless until the 56th minute, but then Taylor . . .
Alex Geli Assoc. Sports Editor Let the fall blues continue. Since beginning the autumnal season, Millersville’s No. 9-ranked women’s soccer team has fell in its second straight game. First to Gannon University, and now to . . .
Chris Norton Sports Editor Sitting at an impressive no. 14 ranking, the Millersville women’s soccer team headed into enemy territory against Indiana University of Pennsylvania, needing a win to claim their best start in school . . .
Ryan Woerner Staff Writer Sometimes 90 minutes just isn’t enough time for one team to come out on top. Such was the case Saturday afternoon, when the Marauders, led by freshman Rebecca Maguire, topped Mansfield . . .
Seth Zeiset Staff Writer The Millersville women’s soccer team earned their second win of the season on Saturday, with a decisive 5-1 victory over Chestnut Hill. With their win on Saturday afternoon, the Women’s soccer . . .
Estelle Reidler Staff Writer On Saturday October 20th, the Millersville Lady Marauders took on the East Stroudsburg University Warriors at Biemsderfer Stadium. Both teams kept the game at 0-0 for the duration of regulation play, . . .
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. . . .
On senior day, Millersville’s women’s soccer team rose together as one and sent their seniors, Sarah Cameron, Nicki Conzentino, and Jamie Lancaster off in style with an upset of one of the PSAC’S best teams, the Bloomsburg Huskies. . . .
It had been a long time since the women’s soccer team was lighting up the scoreboard. Finally after an agonizing stretch, the Lady Marauders broke out of their slump. Though the 6-0 drubbing of a hapless Chestnut Hill squad will not erase the memory of an eight game winless streak, it certainly is a positive. The trip to Philadelphia gave the team a break from the pressure of PSAC games in which every minute was a struggle. . . .