Male Teachers Play an Important Role in the Future of Education

Men play a critical part in improving education systems when they become teachers. In a profession where women are the majority, male teachers diversify the education workforce and make a significant impact as role models for children. The teaching profession is expected to grow 4% or more in the next decade at all teaching levels. […]

Britton earns NACC player of the week award

Junior David Britton has been selected as the NACC player of the week, as voted on by the sports information directors of the league. Britton (Hartford, Wis.) earns the award after a strong weekend to close out his first season as a Sabre that resulted in a sweep of Lakeland. Britton scored 19 in the […]

Sabre women’s basketball falls at Lakeland 70-56

SHEBOYGAN, Wis. – Marian University women’s basketball (2-10, 2-10 NACC) fell in the finale of their Lakeland series by a 70-56 final. The Muskies were able to build a lead early jumping ahead 16-5 in the first five minutes of the game.  The Sabres would battle back to cut their deficit down to seven by […]

Sabre baseball shutout 3-0 in season opener against Millikin

DECATUR, Ill. – Marian University baseball (0-1, 0-0 NACC) fell to Millikin in their season opener by a 3-0 final in non-conference action. The Sabres had an opportunity to score first in the top of the fourth with three-consecutive singles after a quick two outs, but Marian wasn’t able to cash in with a fourth-straight […]

Marian men’s basketball dominates Lakeland 77-49

Marian University men’s basketball (3-7, 2-7 NACC) dominated on both ends of the court in a 77-49 victory over Lakeland. The Sabres came out shooting and could not miss as Marian made 10 of their first 13 shots to take a 23-6 lead with 11:32 left to play in the first half.  A pair of […]

Marian men’s hockey defeats CSS in series opener 3-2

DULUTH, Minn. – Marian University men’s hockey (6-5-0, 4-1-0 NCHA) defeated St. Scholastica 3-2 to open an NCHA road series. The Sabres were able to start fast with sophomore Jack Sampson scoring the lone goal of the period at the 5:40 mark.  The goal was his fourth of the season and he was assisted by […]

Marian men’s volleyball sweeps Edgewood in NACC action

MADISON, Wis. – Marian University men’s volleyball (4-0, 3-0 NACC) defeated Edgewood 25-19, 25-19, and 25-18 to sweep the Eagles in NACC action. The Sabres opened with a 5-4 lead to open the first set before using an 11-5 run to take a commanding 16-9 advantage.  The Eagles were able to cut their deficit down […]

Mueller earns second CCIW bowler of the week selection

NAPERVILLE, Ill. – Senior Samantha Mueller has been named the CCIW bowler of the week for the second time this season. Mueller (Fond du Lac, Wis.) bowled games of 225 and 211 in the traditional contests for a 218 average on Saturday at Castle Lanes in Racine, Wisconsin. She had 29 strikes in 52 frames […]

Muise selected as NCHA defensive player of the week

DULUTH, Minn. – Sophomore Colby Muise has been selected as the NCHA defensive player of the week after helping Marian retain possession of the Battle of Highway 41. Muise (Yarmouth, N.S.) played a pivotal role for the Sabres in net, despite not making either start. Muise came in relief for both games against Lawrence posting […]

Marian men’s volleyball stays unbeaten with sweep of CUW

Marian University men’s volleyball (3-0, 2-0 NACC) earned a hard-fought sweep of Concordia Wisconsin with set finals of 25-23, 28-26, and 25-16. Marian opened the match with a 13-11 lead and went on a 6-1 run to go ahead 19-12 and force a CUW timeout.  The Sabres maintained their lead but the Falcons were able […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Danielle Veeser

Ready for med school, Danielle Veeser reflects on time at Marian Marian University senior Biology student Danielle Veeser wasn’t feeling well in the hours after getting her second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Working as a patient care aide at Holy Family Memorial Hospital, she thought maybe she just needed some rest. But before even […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Beth Bolthouse

Thanatology graduate publishes book As a licensed processional counselor, Beth Bolthouse entered Marian University’s online Master of Science in Thanatology degree program knowing little about posttraumatic growth. Now, she’s a published author on it. Recently made available for purchase on Amazon, the December 2019 graduate’s capstone project “From Loss to Life: How to Transform Your […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Mary Kay O’Brien

Enjoying retirement, Nursing graduate Mary Kay O’Brien reflects on 40+ years in health care How does someone who’s seemingly seen it all across 40+ years working in health care prepare for a pandemic that seemingly nothing could prepare you for? By going back to the basics. And for Mary Kay O’Brien, who recently retired from […]

Marian University pair elected to Wisconsin Student Nurses Association Board at annual convention

Marian University junior nursing students Sarah Mereness and Grace Bahr were recently elected to serve on the Wisconsin Student Nurses Association Board during the organization’s 72nd annual convention, held virtually earlier this month. Bahr will supersede Mereness as communications director, while Mereness is set to become the Board’s secretary. Three members of the Marian University Student Nurses’ […]