Grace Casolo knows herself. Through the difficulties she has encountered, she has been able to match them. Using sports to help balance academics and finding a home in the support systems in her life, she keeps looking up and improving.
At a smaller Division I school like Marist College, it’s not difficult to put a…
A postgame write up never said, “Alex Marinelli was up at midnight catching for the Marist pitchers before their shutout,” or “The win came from Alex Marinelli helping a pitcher talk through a bad start last night,” but that’s fine with Alex. He came to terms with his unsung hero role, knowing the positive impact he was having on the team.
On an abnormally nice day in late March, most of Marist’s second game of MAAC play was played in the colder shade of the Gartland Athletic Field. After a dominant defensive inning, the sun came out bright in the bottom of the fifth, as did the Red Foxes.
Center Field Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Will Bjarnar, goes for a quick drive with Icelandic Marist women’s basketball player, Lovisa Henningsdottir. Will learns about the country of his heritage and Lovisa gives a breakdown on what Icelandic life is like.
The coldness in the air as one of the famous sunsets over Tenney Stadium commenced…
Jane McManus will be the new occupant of the office in room 141 of Lowell Thomas, as the new director of the Center for Sports Communication. Her qualifications speak for themselves, and for the department the only limit is imagination.
The Marist College Center for Sports Communication will welcome its new director, as former ESPN reporter Jane McManus is set to lead the department on Dec. 1.
Down 7-0 in the third quarter, looking toward the end of a championship game is difficult. Breaking out with the first goal of the game and creating momentum to win could seem to be an almost impossible feat. But some teams refuse to go down without a fight. Marist Water Polo is one of them.
Jaycox recorded strong seasons both her freshman and sophomore seasons, but her junior season ended at 10 games after enduring a stress fracture in her shin. She went into the summer and into the preseason with a goal common to many of her teammates: to win the MAAC Championship.