Even though the Red Foxes lost today, they finished the season with a total of 35 wins. This is the third most in a season in the program’s history. The other two years happened during the senior’s time at Marist, winning 45 games in 2016, and then 37 games in 2017. This makes the senior class one of the most successful for the program thus far.
Grace Casolo knows herself. Through the difficulties she has encountered, she has been able to match them. Using sports to help balance academics and finding a home in the support systems in her life, she keeps looking up and improving.
Claire Oberdorf’s home run helps to push Marist into the next round of the MAAC tournament.
While Taylor will never again set another ball for Marist College, her days of assisting are far from over. Next year, Taylor will head to Bryant University in Smithfield, R.I., where she will be a graduate assistant coach for the Bryant Women’s Volleyball Team.
Marist Baseball’s Frankie Gregoire has been a focal point of the Red Foxes’ recent success throughout his four years in Poughkeepsie. But just how does the senior continue to show why he’s one of Marist’s elite hitters? Frankie’s answer just might be, “MLB The Show.”
Marist Men’s Lacrosse falls in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to the UMBC Retrievers by the score of 14-8.
Unlike most freshmen, Tadd didn’t enjoy the newfound flexible schedule that college brought. After meeting his current fellow senior captain Raymond Mattingly in an introductory freshman class, Tadd decided to walk on to the Marist Men’s Rowing team, having never previously rowed a stroke in his life.
A postgame write up never said, “Alex Marinelli was up at midnight catching for the Marist pitchers before their shutout,” or “The win came from Alex Marinelli helping a pitcher talk through a bad start last night,” but that’s fine with Alex. He came to terms with his unsung hero role, knowing the positive impact he was having on the team.
Center Field editors Will Bjarnar and Dan Statile take to the second annual FOXPY awards to interview your favorite Marist athletes.
There are 3,790 miles between Copenhagen, Denmark and Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Thousands of miles away from his home, Simon Lund Jorgensen has made the Marist Men’s Soccer team his family. Named captain as just a freshman, Simon has been at the helm of the program for three and a half years – an honor for most players to serve just one.