Come December 13th the dreaded finals of the Fall semester will come to an end,…
Pardon the hot take—actually, no, don’t pardon it—but the 2019-20 New York Knicks and Marist…
It happened in what felt like slow motion. She grabbed the pass from her left,…
The special teams aspect of a football team is often overlooked. Their contribution, however, is far more crucial than it seems.
The track and field squad has been congregating inside the Marist chapel for years. What’s behind the tradition?
Marist men’s basketball has been reliant on guards for years. The numbers show that their approach may be getting less and less efficient.
Marist women’s volleyball, now under the coaching of Sean Byron, has made the 2019 season all about getting better. Heading into the MAAC Championships, they have their new coach to thank for the turnaround.
Should Division I players be allowed to join intramural squads? Their opponents say, “why not?”
As the NCAA “works through” the new pay-for-play ruling, so does Marist. Will Bjarnar says that wording is merely a stalling technique.
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.