“I came back because I believed in the mission of Marist College and the ability of the basketball team to create an atmosphere and an environment that everyone can be proud of,” Bower said. “I have great memories from Marist and I wanted to try to help restore those same feelings to this generation of people.”
Recent graduate and Marist Men’s Soccer walk-on Enzo Petrocelli begins his career as an assistant soccer coach at the Morristown-Beard School.
After a strong performance against Saint Peter’s in the quarterfinals of the MAAC tournament, the third seed Marist Red Foxes headed to the home of the second seed Quinnipiac Bobcats. Quinnipiac came into the game as favorites after defeating Marist on October 27 in the regular season 1-0.
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This 1-0 win for the Marist gives the team lots of momentum going into the MAAC tournament and after clinching the second seed; it gives the team a first-round bye and an easier path to the final.
A warm October night saw the Red Foxes come up against the Monmouth Hawks, a fight between first and second on the MAAC table.
The September temperature chilled to a crisp 62 degrees at Marist College Wednesday Night, where Tenney Stadium lit the night’s sky while the Marist Women’s Soccer team played against Army West Point in their second home match of the season.
On a rainy Wednesday night, the Marist Men’s Soccer Team hosted #12 nationally ranked Fordham Rams in a non-conference matchup.