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November, 2015

  • 9 November

    Messiah Field Hockey Wins 9th Consecutive MAC Commonwealth Championship

    Jenna Stover Student Writer On Saturday, November 7th, the women’s field hockey team faced the Mustangs of Stevenson University on Anderson field for the women’s Field Hockey MAC Commonwealth Championship. Controlling the tempo of the game consistently, Messiah did not struggle to clench the win with a finishing tally of …

  • 5 November

    Falcons Ready to Shine on Thursday Night

    by Ashlyn Miller and Mason McFee As students turn their calendars to November and start working toward Thanksgiving break, the Messiah women’s soccer team is staying in high gear. The postseason begins Thursday night for the No.1-seeded Falcons, as they face No. 4 Lebanon Valley College on Shoemaker Field in …

October, 2015

  • 19 October

    Volleyball looks toward valuable test before postseason: scouting reports

    Ashlyn Miller Sports & Rec Editor 3-0 is a statistic Messiah women’s volleyball has grown accustomed to seeing over the past week. The Falcons have beaten all of their opponents in three straight sets in route to a six match win-streak starting at the Worthington Classic and continuing with victories over Arcadia, Elizabethtown, …

  • 16 October

    Preview of Homecoming Match-Ups

    Willie Hope Student Writer With Homecoming weekend quickly approaching, Messiah athletics is preparing for a big sports weekend. Men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, and volleyball are all slated for games on Saturday. Each soccer team faces in-conference foe Arcadia. The volleyball team welcomes Baruch College from New York City. Last …

  • 14 October

    Win Streak Continues for Messiah Field Hockey

    Jenna Stover Student Writer Beating Arcadia University with 5 goals to their 1, Messiah’s field hockey team has now remained undefeated for six consecutive games. The team has one of the toughest schedules in NCAA Division III, and this win streak speaks a great deal for the team’s depth and strength …

  • 12 October

    Messiah Women’s Soccer: On to the Next One

    Mason McFee Student Writer Winning is a fantastic feeling, but if the glory is given to only certain players, it feels empty. For the Messiah women’s soccer team, this is not an issue at all—this season is evidence of their ability to share the ball while creating a ruthless offensive attack. …

  • 2 October

    Giving it All, and Giving up Nothing: A Goalie’s Journey

    Mason McFee Student Writer Two weeks is all she had. Two weeks to transition from a role as the starting goalkeeper of a high school team to the starting goalkeeper of one of the best teams in the country. Shutouts were on her mind, as the previous goalies at Messiah were known …

September, 2015

  • 25 September

    Strong Start for Schatz Built on ‘Team-First’ Attitude

    Ashlyn Miller Sports & Rec Editor The focus for a cross country runner is often on the journey, the miles between the starting point and the finish line. For Jared Schatz, a senior runner for Messiah who was recently named MAC Runner of the Week, that mantra applied for his …

  • 22 September

    Women’s Soccer: Falcons able to overcome “mirror image”

    Student Writer Mason McFee The women’s soccer team traveled to play against the Mary Washington Eagles this past Wednesday and emerged victorious in a dominant 3-0 shutout. Senior goalkeeper, Audra Larson, noted in practice prior to the game head coach Scott Frey emphasizing that the Eagles play with a very …

  • 21 September

    Familiar faces fuel hot start for Messiah volleyball

    Ashlyn Miller Sports & Rec Editor Every year, Judi Tobias, the Messiah women’s volleyball coach, has sat down with the upcoming season schedule, marking it up with W’s and L’s—where she thinks the team will pull out a win, and where she might anticipate a loss. But this year, she …


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