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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Allen, Jean-Louis lead resurgence for Herd’s outside receivers
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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Allen, Jean-Louis lead resurgence for Herd’s outside receivers

Receivers lead way in rout of Ohio

MARSHALL SOCCER: Herd men draw against Liberty

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A Ryan Forde penalty kick goal in the 32nd minute and a Scott Doney goal in the 84th minute helped lead the Thundering Herd men’s soccer team to a 2-2 tie after two periods of overtime against the Liberty Flames. The...

MARSHALL SOCCER: Herd women beat Appalachian State

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Junior Erin Simmons netted her first goal of Marshall women’s soccer’s (2-2-1) 2014 season in the Herd’s 2-1 defeat of Appalachian State (2-3-0) on Sunday afternoon at Veterans Memorial Soccer Complex....

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd handles Rhode Island, 48-7, in home opener

HUNTINGTON — The Marshall offense needed a half to really get rolling. Its defense, however, was ready to go from the opening kickoff. That combination added up to a 48-7 Thundering Herd win over Rhode Island on Saturday at Joan C. Edwards...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd wants fourth-quarter effort against Rhode Island
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd wants fourth-quarter effort against Rhode Island

Marshall opens home schedule Saturday

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Rams’ Bose tries to steady URI
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Rams’ Bose tries to steady URI

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Entering his third year as a starter, Rhode Island linebacker Andrew Bose has seen plenty of ups and downs. He’s had personal triumphs, being named to the 2013 all-Colonial Athletic Conference second team and this...

Derek Redd: C-USA slate could get trickier for Marshall
Derek Redd: C-USA slate could get trickier for Marshall

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — For anyone who thought Marshall’s 2014 season would be a straight-line march right into the Peach Bowl, the path might not be as clear and as open as originally thought. And it doesn’t have to do with the...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd addresses depth at corner
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd addresses depth at corner

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall football coach Doc Holliday liked the depth of his defense in most spots in last Saturday’s season-opening win over Miami (Ohio). He said it played a significant part in the Herd walking out with a 42-27...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Freshman Addison called into early OL duty

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A.J. Addison’s debut as a Marshall offensive lineman came at an unexpected point.

Starting left tackle Sebastian Johansson rolled his ankle in the second quarter of the Thundering Herd’s 42-27 win over...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Blackmon earns his keep as starting DE

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Arnold Blackmon knew he would be one of Marshall’s starting defensive ends when the football team opened its season at Miami (Ohio) this past Saturday. The evidence sat there in black and white, his name printed at...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Johnson makes early impact at new position
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Johnson makes early impact at new position

Former tight end’s play helped the Herd put Miami away

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Frohnapfel steps up where Hoskins left off
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Frohnapfel steps up where Hoskins left off

OXFORD, Ohio — Marshall’s tight ends seem to have a knack for the end zone, no matter who is lining up at that spot.

The previous two seasons saw Gator Hoskins, who just made the Miami Dolphins’ 53-man roster as a rookie...

MARSHALL VOLLEYBALL: Herd drops one at home to Virginia

HUNTINGTON — Marshall volleyball concluded its home opener weekend with a 3-0 loss to Virginia, but pressured the Cavaliers all match, falling in scores of 27-25, 25-20, and 28-26.

Junior middle blocker Jillian Shemanski (Jupiter, Fla.)...

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