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.
Stories, memories, and future hopes as told by Center Field’s original team on its first birthday.
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The Center Stage top performers for the week of January 28-February 3 are Aleksandar Dozic, Alana Gilmer and Kerry Gaye.
An in-depth look at Smits’ successful collegiate career through first-hand accounts of coaches, teammates and Smits himself.
Marist Athletic Director Tim Murray and Assistant Athletic Director Andy Alongi sit at the edge of their seats eagerly awaiting a chance to promote another one ‘big time game’ at Marist. They’re dying capture one of these magical moments like in 2007 or 2015, and they’re ready right now.
On paper, former Marist ski racer Shannon Haggerty is overwhelmingly similar to current sophomore Danielle Mason. Three years Mason’s senior, Haggerty also attended Northwood School in Lake Placid. Both are highly skilled and trained ski racers who had the potential to take their careers on the slopes to a highly competittive level, yet opted to join Marist’s Club Ski Team.
Recent graduate and Marist Men’s Soccer walk-on Enzo Petrocelli begins his career as an assistant soccer coach at the Morristown-Beard School.
Former Marist kicker and current New York Jet Jason Myers was named to the AFC Pro Bowl roster as the lone kicker during last night’s roster reveal: his first and the first representative for Marist in the NFL’s All-Star game equivalent.
Why attending a general interest meeting for the Center for Sports Communication was one of the best decisions of my life.