The Herald-Dispatch Marshall Sports RSS 2015-03-07T00:17:57-05:00 urn:uuid:c60d7202-9a58-46a6-9fca-f804879f5ebc Original content available for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons license (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported), except where noted. Schooling at home no way for MU to succeed The Herald-Dispatch 2015-03-07T00:01:01-05:00 <p>Something has to give.</p> <p>The Marshall men's basketball team has to figure out a way to compete in a venue other than the Henderson Center.</p> <p></p> Marshall women celebrating Senior Day against Charlotte The Herald-Dispatch 2015-03-07T00:01:01-05:00 <p>The Herald-Dispatch</p> <p>HUNTINGTON - Marshall University women's basketball plays its final regular season game at 1 p.m. Saturday against Charlotte in Cam Henderson Center.</p> <p></p> MU tennis team beats Cincinnati The Herald-Dispatch 2015-03-07T00:01:01-05:00 <p>The Herald-Dispatch</p> <p>CINCINNATI - Marshall University women's tennis, ranked No. 70 in the nation, won Friday against the University of Cincinnati, 5-2, in the Western Tennis and Fitness Center.</p> <p></p> Loop is sharp in class, too The Herald-Dispatch 2015-03-07T00:01:01-05:00 <p>The Herald-Dispatch</p> <p>HUNTINGTON - Austin Loop, a sophomore guard for the Marshall Thundering Herd, was awarded a position on the Conference USA Men's Basketball All-Academic Team.</p> <p></p> Herd soccer recruits announced The Herald-Dispatch 2015-03-07T00:01:01-05:00 <p>The Herald-Dispatch</p> <p>HUNTINGTON - Marshall University men's soccer head coach Bob Gray announced the signing of 11 recruits.</p> <p></p> Herd wants to finish strong By RICK McCANN 2015-03-07T00:01:01-05:00 <p>HUNTINGTON - Conference USA's regular season ends Saturday, giving the Marshall Thundering Herd men's basketball team one more opportunity to show it can be successful away from home.</p> <p></p> Herd falls at Old Dominion The Herald-Dispatch / 2015 urn:uuid:b63b4e6c-fb79-4a96-9c0f-e3f0ecbfdcf8 2015-03-06T00:11:00-05:00 <p> NORFOLK, Va. &#8212; Old Dominion&#8217;s defense is the best in Conference USA, but you don&#8217;t need to tell the Marshall Thundering Herd that.</p> Marshall women fall to Old Dominion By GRANT TRAYLOR 2015-03-06T00:14:00-05:00 <p> HUNTINGTON - For one half, Marshall University&#39;s women&#39;s basketball team executed its game plan as needed, slowing Old Dominion leader Jennie Simms and getting solid ball movement in its offense.</p> <p> &#160;</p> Marshall needs to rock out on road The Herald-Dispatch 2015-03-05T00:01:01-05:00 <p>Is the road tougher on rock bands or college basketball teams?</p> <p>Now, there's a legitimate question.</p> <p>Although Marshall has a 1-10 road record, coach Danny D'Antoni's job isn't in any jeopardy. That wasn't the case, however, for Sammy Hagar when he got fired on the road by Van Halen.</p> <p></p> Herd playing for higher seed By RICK McCANN 2015-03-05T00:01:01-05:00 <p>HUNTINGTON - Conference USA rematches have been good for the Marshall Thundering Herd.</p> <p>After losing men's basketball games against Western Kentucky, FIU and Florida Atlantic, the Herd bounced back and defeated all three in their second meetings.</p> <p></p>