Category: News

Lengthy Shootout Sees Dawgs Bite Marksmen

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – On a night that saw a strong showing of Churches and Canines, the Marksmen would not be blessed with a win against their rival Rail Yard Dawgs, as Roanoke would take a 2-1 victory in the shootout. A slow-rolling game would start the same way for both sides: slowly. Despite a relatively […]

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Marksmen sign Jackson to ATO

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Marksmen sign Jackson to ATO At 6’1, 185lbs Jackson is from Montréal, QC and comes to the Marksmen after spending 4 seasons at NCAA D3 Manhattanville College where he netted 45 points from the blueline in a total of 104 games! Welcome to Fayetteville, Ryan! – BE SOCIAL Follow the Marksmen on Facebook, Twitter, […]

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McCloy, Marksmen Give Lesson in Comebacks, Win 4-3

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Despite fear of snow in surrounding communities, the Marksmen were able to keep hot against Macon, supplying their own flurry of goals in the third to find a 7-0 record against the Mayhem. Even with multiple counties unable to send their schools due to cancellations, the thousands of students in the Crown […]

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Marksmen ink two as they prepare for three game week!

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Marksmen ink two as they prepare for three game week! The Marksmen have signed former NCAA D1 F Drake Glover as well as Columbus River Dragons D Wyatt Trumbley!   Glover, 23, is a 6’1 center from Anchorage, Alaska and played his collegiate hockey at University of Alaska-Anchorage. Over his three years there, Glover […]

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Cook’s Pair Propels Marksmen to Sunday Win

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – On the final game of a three-in-three, the Marksmen would welcome the Macon Mayhem into the Crown Coliseum on their way back from a weekend series in Roanoke. The Marksmen would ensure the Mayhem never felt at home, scoring a trio in the second period to put the game out of reach. […]

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Bulls Survive Comeback Effort, Hand Marksmen Fourth Loss

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – In front of a crowd of over 3700 active-duty and retired Military, the Fayetteville Marksmen would go to war with the Birmingham Bulls for the final time of the 2019-2020 regular season. What would ensue would be a series of battles, leading to an eventual Bulls victory.   In the first period, […]

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Marksmen Serve a Handful, Down Bulls 5-1 at Home

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Back home after a weekend on the road in multiple arenas, the Marksmen would feel the magic of Disney Night, handling their foes in the Birmingham Bulls 5-1 in front of 2800. The Marksmen would control every period from the jump, and put together one of their better performances of the year. […]

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Ahead of three-game weekend, Marksmen sign former NCAA D1 goalie Brody Claeys

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Ahead of three-game weekend, Marksmen sign former NCAA D1 goalie Brody Claeys At 6’4, 209lbs Claeys hails from Dauphin, MB and comes to the Marksmen after spending 2 seasons at NCAA D1 Univ. of Alaska-Anchorage where he posted a .909 SV% and a 2.84 GAA before turning pro. After his collegiate career, Claeys […]

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Brian Bowen Named SPHL Player of the Month; First in Marksmen History

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Second-year Marksmen Forward Brian Bowen has picked up in the 2020 season right where he left off the 2018-2019 campaign; points – and plenty of them. For the first time in the team history of the Fayetteville Marksmen – and the first of Bowen’s professional career – he has been named the Warrior […]

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