On a cool Tuesday afternoon, Marist defeated the St. Bonaventure Bonnies at Tenney Stadium. A well balanced attack led the Red Foxes to an 11-5 senior day victory.
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A season high first half scoring output for Marist lifted them to a 13-11 victory Saturday night over the Siena Saints.
After a game full of exciting moments for the Red Foxes, but also costly mistakes, Coach Wilkinson emphasized there are no moral victories for his team.
After a game full of exciting moments for the Red Foxes, but also costly mistakes, Wilkinson thought there is room for improvement.
On the same day of Goerne’s passing on Feb. 16, the Marist Men’s Lacrosse team played the U.S. Air Force academy in Colorado. Typically, Goerne had been coming to all of Marist’s games out in the area in the past. He may not have physically made this one, but in spirit he was cheering for the Red Foxes in the stands.
The No. 34 has long been a very important number to the Marist men’s lacrosse team and the coaching staff. The team has a tradition each year to honor No. 34, once donned by former player Edward Coombs, who died in a car crash years ago.
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The limited field times and practice spaces are ongoing issues at Marist College. If you have never experienced Tenney Stadium at 5 a.m., consider yourself lucky. There are teams on the field before the sun rises, before the birds start chirping, and before the entire campus wakes up.
From beyond the grave, James J. McCann continues to perpetuate Marist Athletics through his foundation, the James J. McCann Charitable Trust.