Holdiman and Wilson named Sabres of the Month for December

Freshman Madison Holdiman of Marian women’s basketball and junior Justin Wilson of Marian men’s basketball have been named the Sabres of the Month for December. Holdiman (Sheridan, Ill.) continues to have an impact in her first season as a Sabre on both ends of the court.  Holdiman scored a team-best 49 points for the month […]

Marian student launches Badger State podcast

History major shares his love for Wisconsin’s past Always listen to your mother. That’s the lesson Marian University senior Peter Laning learned in launching his Wisconsin history podcast Badger State. “When I was younger she would tell me I had a great voice for radio, but I didn’t believe it,” Laning said of his mom, […]

2019 Graduate Refugio Junior Ruiz Excelling in HR Role

From Big College Dreams to Small School Success for Human Resources Professional For the longest time enrolling at a large university had been the dream of 2019 Marian University graduate Refugio Junior Ruiz. Lots of people, lots of space, lots of opportunity – or so the Rockford, Ill., native thought. It only took a few […]

Marian SAAC collects 3,305 canned food items for Fond du Lac Food Pantry

MILWAUKEE – The 14th edition of the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference’s “Cans Across the Conference” effort concluded recently with the league’s 13 member institutions collecting 36,466 items. For a second consecutive year, Marian finished fourth in the conference with Dominican earning the traveling trophy after reaching 8,894 items.  Festival Foods once again partnered with the […]

Wills announced as second Marian men’s volleyball head coach

Tyler Wills has been announced as the second head coach of the Marian University men’s volleyball program announced director of athletics Jason Bartelt. “I am excited to announce Tyler Wills as the next head coach of our men’s volleyball program,” commented Bartelt.  “Tyler is the exact type of person we were looking for with the […]

Green Dot trainer coming to Marian University after school receives grant from Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund

Earlier this month, as part of Giving Tuesday, Marian University was awarded $2,335 by the Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund to support the addition of a second college-program certified Green Dot trainer at the school. The Green Dot program utilizes a nationally proven curriculum to help individuals act in situations where they see power-based […]

Syversen named head coach for Marian women’s volleyball program

Erin Syversen has been named the next head coach for the Marian University women’s volleyball program announced director of athletics Jason Bartelt. “I am excited to announce Erin Syversen as the next head coach of our women’s volleyball program,” commented Bartelt.  “Erin brings with her a tremendous track record of success both playing and coaching.  […]

Graduate ready for Florida-based job

Marian community helps student net a job well before receiving diploma As a Management Information Systems major and Information Technology minor, Will Polczynski knows all about the value of connections. Having graduated on Friday, the New Berlin, Wisc., native has certainly come to learn a lot in his time at Marian University about the inner […]

Marian University recognizes graduates during December 2019 commencement

Marian University held its December commencement ceremony on Friday, Dec. 13. At the commencement ceremony, held in the Howard L. Sadoff Gymnasium, student speaker Hannah Buntrock, of Wittenberg, Wis., spoke to her fellow graduates about translating the sense of community they experienced at Marian into engaging with others and making them feel welcome. “Although we […]

Clark collects NCHA player of the week honor

DULUTH, Minn. – Junior Mary Clark of Marian University women’s hockey has been named the NCHA offensive player of the week, as announced by the league office Tuesday. Clark (Morton Grove, Ill.) had the best weekend of her career leading Marian to a sweep of Finlandia on the road in NCHA action.  She opened the […]

Marian women’s hockey earns first NCHA win 2-1 over Finlandia

HANCOCK, Mich. – Marian University women’s hockey (2-5-1, 1-3-1 NCHA) earned their first conference win defeating Finlandia 2-1. All of the scoring came in the opening period with Finlandia scoring first 5:09 into the game.  Senior Morgan Bolin then lit the lamp for the fifth time this season, assist to freshman Jade Williams, at the […]

Sabre women’s basketball narrowly falls to Lakeland 56-53

Marian University women’s basketball (2-5, 2-2 NACC) suffered their first home loss falling to Lakeland by a 56-53 final. Marian opened the game strong taking a 15-12 lead after the first quarter.  The Lakeland defense buckled down on the Sabres in the second quarter, however, holding Marian to only two field goals.  The Muskies ultimately […]