“You don’t grow a band the way he has by being a wallflower,” said Michael Napolitano, Marist Assistant Director of Music. “He is out there when that fight song is up and going – that is his baby. And you can’t stop him.”
Marist and Quinnipiac faced off for the second-straight year in the MAAC Championship, and in similar fashion to last year, Quinnipiac’s Jen Fay dominated to help Quinnipiac defeat Marist 81-51 Monday at the Times Union Center in Albany.
“Probably one of the top five wins that I have had in my 17 years,” said Giorgis, who has led his team to 10 MAAC titles and five NCAA Tournament victories.
In Marist’s 65-51 victory over Manhattan in the MAAC quarterfinals on Saturday, Alana Gilmer continued her dominance in the tournament play.
Lovisa Henningsdottir does not typically show much emotion during games, but after hitting her fifth 3-pointer during the fourth quarter on her Senior Night, she couldn’t help but let out a scream of excitement.
Last night’s game was the annual Play4Kay Night, which partners with the Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation. To honor breast cancer survivors, the Marist team sported bright pink and white jersey and shorts.
It took Rebekah Hand until 6:25 left in the third quarter for her to be…
It seemed almost too obvious how Sunday afternoon’s matchup between the 3-12 (1-4 MAAC) Manhattan…
Head Coach Brian Giorgis did not hold back when talking about how proud he felt after his team’s 74-68 win over Temple Sunday afternoon at the McCann Arena. It Improved Marist to a 3-0 start to the season.
Transferring to a mid-major after playing basketball for an ACC school may seem to some like a downgrade, but Marist College forward Alana Gilmer disagrees. After leaving Virginia Tech for Marist, she found her true home in Poughkeepsie.