Jared KishSports Editor With news coming down Tuesday that Noah Syndergaard is the latest MLB flamethrower that needs Tommy John surgery, it seems inevitable for any pitcher who throws above 95-mph will need the dreaded . . .
Brian MarkleyAssociate Sports Editor Glory, glory, Manchester United. The legendary chant reverberates around Old Trafford; basking in the glory that the club once enjoyed. The days of Best, Giggs, Scholes, Cantona, Ronaldo and Rooney were . . .
Scott MacHenryStaff Writer In a tumultuous week filled with suspended sports, high anxiety, and social distancing, the NFL offseason forged ahead as scheduled. Beginning back on March 16, 2020, teams were allowed to place players . . .
Caleb WolfeAssociate Sports Editor College athletes balance the responsibilities of being a player and student. This double-life can bring about a variety of challenges, as well as provide lifelong benefits. Millersville University offers an array . . .
Scott MacHenryStaff Writer Following two decisive victories to start their season, the Millersville Women’s Lacrosse team continued their road trip with games against Lock Haven, East Stroudsburg, and Georgian Court. The Marauders struggled to match . . .
Caleb WolfeAssociate Sports Editor This Monday the Men’s Basketball team defeated Shepherd University, and gave Millersville their first playoff win in five years. This win sends the Marauders through to the quarterfinals of the PSAC . . .
Scott MacHenryStaff Writer There could not have been a more terrific start for the Marauders Women’s Lacrosse team. Following a successful 2019 season that ended a brief playoff drought, a PSAC preseason poll selected the . . .
Brian MarkleyAssociate Sports Editor The Marauders returned home to The Coop on Sunday, March 1 to face Goldey-Beacom, who they had just played a double-header against the day before. Millersville hosted two more, making for . . .
Jared KishSports Editor The Millersville University Women’s Basketball season concluded on Saturday, and quite frankly, it’s one the women would like to forget. Going a dismal 8-19 overall and a worse 5-17 in the PSAC, . . .
Matt HornerStaff Writer In the NBA today, teams and players are all about winning. An organization will go to great lengths to keep their best players healthy and ready to compete for a championship. One . . .