This post will serve as a stream of updates on spring athletes exercising their extra…
Marist Men’s Rowing have been determined to remain fit through a friendly summer-long competition.
Oliver Fay knows he’s “going to play well.” He doesn’t have many personal goals beyond that. He just wants to defend his team’s title.
The men’s lacrosse starting squad had young, fresh talent led by a handful of veteran seniors to guide them. The NCAA’s extra year grant raises a bunch of questions regarding next year’s program: who will return?
If “bright spots” were a measurable statistic, Jordan Jones would be leading the pack. He does that in other ways, too.
The question of when sports will return has been at the forefront of discussion for several weeks now. What do professional leagues’ plans and future social distancing guidelines mean for the return of sports to Marist College?
Although Marist has closed for the rest of the semester, all students are still dealing…
While Major League Baseball teams have been integrating some form of advanced analytics, not every college team is there yet. One college team that has hopped on board, analyzing the numbers side in comprehensive detail, is Marist baseball.
Despite being locked out of the football offices, Marist College’s coaching staff has adapted to the situation in their pursuit of filling out their 2021 recruiting class.
Marist men’s volleyball squad was on its way to a potential three-peat championship victory in
the NECVL, when the season was cancelled due to COVID-19.
Jess and Lily are joined by Mike Cahill to talk about which baseball stats are really important, Marist baseball’s somewhat rocky start, and what they needed to do to make a strong playoff run, on this episode of Center Field’s Hypothetically.