Following the death of George Floyd, Marist student-athletes have seeked their platform as an opportunity to voice their opinions on social injustice in the world.
While there is a void in live sports due to COVID-19, Bridget Reilly breaks down some of the favorite sports movies of Marist athletes.
With the 2020 Olympics being rescheduled to 2021, Marist racewalkers Katie Miale, Lauren Harris, and Kayla Shapiro still have their sights set on their Olympic goals.
Sports Communication Professor, Zach Arth’s niche hobby in Poughkeepsie opens up the door to an entire world and culture of competitive bowling.
Women’s rugby, despite having little experience, prove themselves to be worthy of recognition with another successful season.
Racewalking is as unique as it is unseen on Division I campuses. The opportunities at hand for Marist’s Katie Miale, Lauren Harris, and Kayla Shapiro, though, should be anything but unseen.
Morgan Zuch is not just a Leukemia survivor. Period. When the senior was informed that…
The history behind the landmark Cornell Boathouse is quite vast, leading to one overarching question: why is Cornell’s boathouse on Marist’s campus?
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.
“I am pleased because we battled all day,” said Marist Head Coach Joe Ausanio. “We scored runs when we needed to and we got some big clutch hits when we needed to. That’s the key.”