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Vince Ferrante runs behind his offensive line in win at Minnesota Crookston
Marauders offense huddles in front of homecoming crowd
Grant Singer in motion against Southwest Minnesota State
Offensive line prepares for the snap
Elby Pope races to the end zone against Bemidji State
Four Marauders football helmets on the turf
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Athletes of the Week
Joe  Berger
Men's Track and Field
For two NCAA student-athletes and their cousin, the rigorous training is complete. The time to pedal across America has come. The Bike2Believe trio kicked off their cross-country adventure to raise $500,000 for cancer research and cancer awareness on Saturday, May 31, 2014, from the University of Mary.
 
U-Mary high-jumper Joe Berger, University of North Dakota football player Devin Coyle, and Brock Schauer, all Mandan, N.D., natives, begin their 2,500-mile trek at U-Mary before ending in St. Petersburg, Fla. So far, the three have raised over $130,000, including in-kind donations, for cancer research and treatment.
 
One highlight will be the stop in Indianapolis, the home of the NCAA.
 
Berger, who just completed his sophomore season for the Marauders and placed at both the 2014 Northern Sun's indoor and outdoor track and field championships, is double majoring in business administration and marketing at U-Mary's Gary Tharaldson School of Business. Coyle, a defensive back, just finished his redshirt freshman season at UND and is a business major. Both Berger and Coyle have earned academic all-conference honors.
 
The route will take them through Jamestown, Fargo, Minneapolis and Rochester, Minn.; Madison and Milwaukee, Wis.; Chicago, Indianapolis, Louisville, Ky.; Nashville, Tenn., and Atlanta, before reaching St. Petersburg.
 
Follow Bike2Believe online:
Twitter: @Bike2Believe
Facebook:  Bike2Believe
www.bike2believe.org
 
Janet Johnson
Women's Track and Field
Janet Johnson capped off her spectacular University of Mary career in the fashion she deserved, earning All-American honors for the first time. The senior from Kingston, Jamaica, ran the opening leg for the Marauders 4x100 meter relay team that claimed fourth in the nation at the 2014 NCAA Division II Women's Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Johnson teamed with Brittany Osborne, Cassandra Jones and Kathryn Stewart to post a season-best time of 45.86 seconds in the 400 meter relay, the first women's track event held on championship Saturday. In a tight race, Lincoln (Mo.) placed first in the event with a time of 45.34, followed by Winston-Salem State (45.79), Academy of Art (45.80) and U-Mary.   In her sixth and final NCAA appearance, Johnson earned her first All-American citation in the 4x100. She owns two Northern Sun records in the hurdles and captured seven NSIC titles during her outstanding career at U-Mary.
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