Recruitment has become a challenge during the spread of COVID-19, but Marist athletics has answered the bell every step of the way.
Shooting guard, Tyler Sagl, has left the Marist men’s basketball team to play for Ryerson University in Canada.
The MAAC released the conference schedules for the upcoming season
Marist’s international athletes discuss what life has been like traveling overseas to play collegiate sports during a global pandemic.
If “bright spots” were a measurable statistic, Jordan Jones would be leading the pack. He does that in other ways, too.
As his league in Portugal was entering its final stretch of regular season games, COVID-19 had begun its worldwide spread, shutting down entire countries in Europe. It reached Portugal, and sent McClenaghan along with the rest of the league home with no return flight.
Marist baseball has thrived on their ability to recruit talent and develop within their system. Like many Division Ⅰ programs during this time, it has become much harder to go out and find the best future recruiting classes as possible.
Jess and Lily break down the end of the Marist men’s basketball season, and take a look at the “what ifs?” surrounding the abrupt end to a stellar season for the women, in the new short series, Hypothetically.
With no March Madness tournaments, Amelia Nick filled the bracket void by investigating which men’s basketball players in the MAAC have the tallest hair. Are they really tall? Or is their hair making a big difference?
Rudy Bourgarel came from Guadeloupe to Poughkeepsie to find himself as a Red Fox. In his first two years of college basketball he saw minimal playing time. While waiting for his opportunity, he turned his raw skill into the makings of something special.