With winds strong enough to knock your hat off, the Red Foxes took the field for their second doubleheader in three days. Marist battled against the University of Hartford Hawks in which they split the doubleheader Wednesday.
While Phippen was keeping Iona swinging, it was the thievery of Marist sophomore Caroline Baratta that won them the game. As Ali Milam stole second in the bottom of the first, Baratta snuck home on a double steal to give the Red Foxes the lead.
After finishing the regular season with a 12-18 record, the Marist Men’s Basketball Team will take on St. Peter’s in the MAAC Tournament on Thursday Mar. 6 at 5 p.m.
Marist Softball Head Coach Joe Ausanio is returning for his 11th season with the Red Foxes and looks to lead the team to a MAAC title. “Our goal is to get back to the MAAC championship this season and win it, and I think we have a team very capable of doing that,” Ausanio said of the team’s goals for the season.
Marist’s past few meetings with the Fairfield Stags have been — to put it simply…
The thermometer read as low as -2. It was far and away the coldest night…
What started as a first-half battle between the Marist Red Foxes and the Quinnipiac Bobcats…
Marist squared off with Boston University last night in the Red Foxes’ home opener and defeated the Terriers 68 to 57. The McCann center filled up and roared to life for the night despite the snowy weather conditions during of the preceding 24 hours.
The beginning of the Marist-Dunne era began in less than ideal fashion. A four-point loss to the Army Black Knights put an early damper on a young season. It wouldn’t last, though, as the Red Foxes bounced back appropriately.
A new season is on the horizon and after going 6-25 last year and not having a winning season in 10 years, Head Coach John Dunne begins the tough task of changing the culture and identity of the program.