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.
At the end of the tournament Marist came out undefeated, clinching a spot in the MAAC Championship tournament. After going 4-0 this past weekend, Coach Vidale is looking ahead to the remaining conference games as well as the championship tournament.
In a 19-3 win over Manhattan College, Morgan Jaycox, Lauren Mazza and Samantha Mehalick dominated on offense to show that they are the “Big Three” of the Marist Women’s Lacrosse program.
For some, club sports are a way to continue what they loved in high school. For others, it’s a way to try something they had not thought of trying before. However, for the Marist Men’s Volleyball team, one of the many club teams at Marist, the story is different.
Coming off of a strong win in their home opener against the University of Vermont, Marist Women’s Lacrosse was unable to continue their undefeated streak. Although they fell short, the Red Foxes put up a fight against the equally as aggressive UMass Minutemen, losing 19-10.
Coming off of a winning record of 10-9 last season, Marist Women’s Lacrosse has high hopes for the season ahead, hoping to win their first MAAC championship since 2010.