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.”
Marist Women’s Lacrosse falls to the Siena Saints 18-10 on April 17.
A sunny afternoon was the perfect day for Marist’s Senior Day as they faced-off against…
“Today meant a lot to us, especially to our returners, to have this win,” Wilkinson said. “I think this was a great game for us as an example of what we are capable of doing. It was really special for our seniors and I believe it’s the first time we have beat them in the last four years.”
After a game full of exciting moments for the Red Foxes, but also costly mistakes, Wilkinson thought there is room for improvement.
Both Marist and Cornell came in motivated for the win, Monday afternoon, Cornell was able ultimately able to top Marist in a 18-12 game.
In a close, back-and-forth game, Marist was able to top LaSalle and a 12-11 home victory. Several aggressive and smart moves by both teams were major keys to each team’s offensive and defensive success.
After winning MAAC Goalkeeper of the Year, along with several player of the week awards, Marist Women’s Lacrosse goalkeeper Delaney Galvin is now focusing on her mentality in order to generate another successful season with the Red Foxes.