From Germany to North Andover, new addition to Merrimack staff welcomed with open arms

April 20, 2023

Image courtesy of Merrimack Athletics If you were at the Merrimack spring game last Friday night, you may have seen Michelle Hurzeler with a whistle during early stretches. Not many people know her, but they will soon. Hurzeler is making a name for herself and is the newest member of the Warriors’ staff with an official title of Graduate Fellow Strength & Conditioning Coach. Hurzeller has also served in the…


Sights, sounds & thoughts from Merrimack’s spring game

April 14, 2023

NORTH ANDOVER – It’s a new era for Merrimack football…sort of. 2023 marks the first season that the Warriors can compete in the FCS postseason now that the “dead period” from tournament competition after the move to Division 1 expired. In 2022, Dan Curran’s squad came up one game short of an NEC title, but made  loud and clear statement that the build up was over and now they have…


Merrimack solidifies strong class on National Signing Day

February 1, 2023

Just one win away from a Northeast Conference title a year ago, Merrimack is all-in on an FCS playoff push in 2023. The Warriors are now eligible for the postseason after having to sit it out following the move. Now, head coach Dan Curran, his staff and the rest of the Warriors are welcoming a new bunch of talent into the fold. Below is a list of guys Merrimack has…


College: St. Francis (PA) 52, Merrimack 23; Warriors fall in NEC title game

November 19, 2022

By Jacob Hamilton NEFJ Correspondent NORTH ANDOVER – Entering the NEC Championship game on Saturday, St. Francis University led the conference in scoring, averaging north of 39 points per game.  Despite its best efforts, Merrimack College’s defense could not keep up, nor could the offense keep pace with the Red Flash all day in a 52-23 season ending loss. With a healthy balance of running the football and well-designed run-pass-options,…