Marian baseball cancels trip to Illinois

JACKSONVILLE, Ill. – With cold temperatures in the forecast, Marian University baseball has canceled their season-opening trip to Illinois where the Sabres were scheduled to take on Monmouth (Ill.) and Dubuque. The Sabres will now open their season at the Tucson Invitational where Marian will play eight games over seven days.  Marian has also added […]

Marian men’s lacrosse cruises past Northland 21-2

Marian University men’s lacrosse (1-0, 0-0 MLC) defeated Northland 21-2 to open the season in non-conference action. The first half was all Marian as the Sabres scored five goals in the first quarter and added three more in the second to go up 8-0 after 30 minutes.  Freshman Richard Summers III would stop all four […]

Sabre women’s basketball drops final game 66-59 at MSOE

Marian University women’s basketball (4-21, 4-16 NACC) was defeated 66-59 by MSOE to close out the season. The Raiders were able to jump out to an early lead outscoring the Sabres 21-16 in the opening quarter.  A defensive second quarter saw MSOE extend their lead out to 31-21 with a 10-5 advantage in the second […]

Marian women’s hockey ties CSS 1-1 to open final series

Marian University women’s hockey (4-18-2, 2-11-2 NCHA) tied St. Scholastica 1-1 to open their final series of the season. The opening period was a defensive battle as only 11 shots would go on net in the scoreless period.  Marian broke the tie when senior Morgan Bolin scored a power-play goal at the 13:45 mark to […]

Marian men’s volleyball splits trip to Maranatha Baptist

WATERTOWN, Wis. – Marian University men’s volleyball (5-6, 0-2 NACC) fell to Maranatha Baptist in five sets before defeating Greenville in four sets in a pair of non-conference matches. The Sabre defense got out to a slow start as Maranatha Baptist would hit .483 in the opening set to defeat Marian 25-20.  The Sabres bounced […]

Sabre softball swept by UW-Oshkosh to open season

OSHKOSH, Wis. – Marian University softball (0-2, 0-0 NACC) fell 10-9 and 10-1 in five innings against UW-Oshkosh to open the season. The opener of the series saw a lot of offense early as the two teams combined for 12 runs in the first inning and a half.  A passed ball allowed junior Gianna Esposito […]

Sabre men’s basketball drops final road game 84-68 at CUC

RIVER FOREST, Ill. – Marian University men’s’ basketball (4-20, 3-16 NACC) fell at Concordia Chicago 84-68 in their final road game of the year. The game proved to be one of several momentum shifts as each team found success for extended periods of time.  Marian opened the first 10 minutes of the first half outscoring […]

Wagner-Angell to serve on Station Eleven panel

Marian University Associate Professor of English Dr. Jodi Wagner-Angell will be one of three panelists discussing “Station Eleven” at 7 p.m. on March 9, as part of the Menomonee Falls Public Library’s celebration of the 2014 Emily St. John Mandel book. The Arthur C. Clarke Award-winning novel takes place in the Great Lakes region after […]

Mereness named WSNA Communications Director as students attend conference

Marian University sophomore Sarah Mereness has been elected to the Wisconsin Student Nurses Association (WSNA) Board and will serve as its Communications Director. Mereness was one of five students representing the Marian University Student Nurses’ Association (MUSNA) at the 71st annual Convention of the WSNA, held Feb. 7–9 in Wisconsin Dells, Wis. The convention gives […]

Marian graduate serving as Chair-Elect for WAMFT

A little more than one month into her tenure as Chair-Elect for the Wisconsin Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (WAMFT), 2010 Marian University graduate Amanda (Books) Anderson is in a position that she loves. And if it weren’t for her undergraduate experience as a Psychology major, it’s possible she would have never found it. […]