Millersville stays local on signing day

Lacrosse recruit Natalie Sukanik signs her letter of intent.

Sam Valentin Sports Writer When most people think of national signing day they think of those huge football players signing their letters of intent on ESPN. Even at small colleges, football gets all the hype on national Signing Day but Continue reading

Lacrosse suffers two straight losses

In their first meeting of the 2010 season, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) Crimson Hawks handed the Millersville women’s lacrosse team a tough 10-5 loss. The game dropped the Marauder’s record to 2-8 overall.

In the first half of the game, the Marauders were able to keep the Hawks within catching distance. Millersville’s only two first half goals came from senior midfielder Liz Weekley. Sadly, Sarah Demaio evened the score for the Hawks with a goal just a minute later. Millersville was next on the board with a goal from Kelsey Schmoltze and an assist from Ashley Mogle. Continue reading

Lacrosse battles Kutztown and West Chester

On Wednesday, March 31 the Lady Marauders stepped into Kutztown Bear territory. This matchup was a turnaround for the Marauders. They came out on top with a win of 11-10.

This was the only game that Millersville played on natural grass. “We had difficulty making the adjustment to the grass surface but were able to come out with a victory,” head coach Barbara Waltman said. Continue reading

Women’s lacrosse struggles with turnovers

Last Wednesday, March 17, the Millersville women’s lacrosse team traveled to Shippensburg to face the Raiders. The outcome of the game would only sadden the Marauders, with a loss of 12-5.

The Lady Marauders walked into the game with their heads held high. “Going into the game I thought it was going to be a sure win if we played to our potential, but not [a win] that was guaranteed to us,” said Brittney Long, who was the top scorer for the Marauders. Continue reading