Chris Norton Sports Editor The Millersville softball team had a chance to set a school record for most wins in a season in their doubleheader against West Chester, but fell just one shy, tying the . . .
Chris Norton Sports Editor With their sights set on a spot in the PSAC Tournament, the Lady Marauders softball team fell one game shy of fulfilling their season. The Raiders of Shippensburg controlled the low-scoring . . .
Breanna Crognale Staff Writer Stellar pitching and offense were on display Sunday in the doubleheader between Millersville and Mercyhurst. Game one showcased stellar pitching and offense as the Marauders went on to win 7-2. Ace . . .
Brooke Stephens Staff Writer Millersville’s softball team traveled to Kutztown for a doubleheader in the hopes of keeping their winning streak going, but came up short, defeating Kutztown 1-0 in the first game, but losing . . .
Brooke Stephens Staff Writer This past Saturday, on their home turf, the Millersville softball team played a doubleheader against Mansfield, who dealt Millersville two loses, 6-1 and 4-1, dropping their overall record to 23-13. In . . .
Breanna Crognale Staff Writer In both games against Shippensburg on Saturday, runs were in short supply for the Marauders as they were shut out in game one with a score of 6-0. Starting pitcher Amanda . . .
Breanna Crognale Staff Writer Millersville played host to Kutztown on Friday for a pair of games that featured drastically different endings. In game one Sarah Bertoni tossed the rubber for the Maruaders and went on . . .
Breanna Crognale Staff Writer The doubleheader played Saturday between Millersville and Philadelphia showcased the importance of solid pitching and defense. Both teams’ starting pitchers were plagued by one of the most frustrating problems in all . . .
Brooke Stephens Staff Writer On Friday the Millersville softball team played in a double header against East Stroudsburg, the Maruaders won the first game, but fell short in the second. The games were the opening . . .
Estelle Reidler Staff Writer This past weekend, an ill-favored snow shower cancelled the Shaw University inaugural Softball Challenge in Raleigh, NC. The Challenge featured 28 teams, including Millersville, and was scheduled to showcase 70 games . . .