The Word on the Herd Archive
6/24/16 BOGACZYK: Butler Calms Inner `Jumps,' Reaches NCAA
6/23/16 BOGACZYK: Herd Seeks One Foe to Join Ohio State, Cincinnati, Pitt
6/20/16 BOGACZYK: Dunn Brings Deep Resume to Herd Staff
6/17/16 BOGACZYK: Herd's Kellerman Taking Libero Talents Overseas
6/17/16 BOGACZYK: Soccer's Hopkins Wins C-USA Postgrad Honor
5/17/16 BOGACZYK: Zerkle Bouncing Back Toward Elite Opportunity
5/6/16 BOGACZYK: Greene and Herd Softball; a Career in Full
4/29/16 BOGACZYK: Napier Changes Foreign Language from Hoops to Chinese
4/28/16 BOGACZYK: Dozier More Than Chip off an Old Block
4/26/16 BOGACZYK: Herd History Puts Pelphrey Among SoCon Greats
4/23/16 BOGACZYK: Hands Down, Vedvik Foots Big Role for Herd
4/22/16 BOGACZYK: Herd's One Puts Sophomore Hits Behind Him
4/21/16 BOGACZYK: Freshman Shapiro Making big Pitch for Herd
4/19/16 BOGACZYK: Neely Hoping to Help Herd Defense on Back Line
BOGACZYK: Herd's Thompson Wants to Add to Strong Career
The Word on the Herd-June 28, 2016
When Gary Thompson arrived in Marshall’s football program in the summer of 2012, he was still a few months shy of his 18th birthday.
For Antonique Butler, having big success for Marshall in the triple jump was more than a hop, skip and a jump.
Mark Cline, the assistant coach who coordinates scheduling for Coach Dan D’Antoni, would prefer a home game to start a home-and-home series and finish the 13-game, non-conference portion of the schedule.
When Dave Dunn was hired as Marshall’s newest assistant football coach nearly three weeks ago, his decision was swift. But that isn’t to say it was made in haste.
It is often said that one man’s loss is another man’s gain … or woman’s. So it is for Allie Kellerman, Marshall’s senior volleyball libero, who is getting an opportunity to compete internationally next month in the 2016 European Global Challenge, a 12-team invitational in Pula, Croatia, featuring top U22 teams from the United States and Europe.
Seven months ago, Marshall finished the 2015 men’s soccer season as the Conference USA Tournament runner-up, and three-year starter Jack Hopkins was a repeat selection to the C-USA All-Academic Team.
Morgan Zerkle has a new goal, and this one is very different for her. It’s not about batting average or hits or stolen bases this time for the record-setting Marshall softball star. Instead, she’s put herself on the clock.
To say that Kaelynn Greene is one of the top players in Marshall’s 23-season softball history wouldn’t be out of leftfield … which happens to be where she plays.
A member of the Marshall men’s basketball staff is headed overseas again. It isn’t what you’re probably thinking … This is no recruiting trip.
There are multiple good reasons for Damien Dozier to be a promising football player at Marshall, and he could entitle a couple of those “My Two Dads.”