There are 3,790 miles between Copenhagen, Denmark and Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Thousands of miles away from his home, Simon Lund Jorgensen has made the Marist Men’s Soccer team his family. Named captain as just a freshman, Simon has been at the helm of the program for three and a half years – an honor for most players to serve just one.
Recent graduate and Marist Men’s Soccer walk-on Enzo Petrocelli begins his career as an assistant soccer coach at the Morristown-Beard School.
Forget about registering for classes, Gavilanes should hire an agent and turn pro right now.
After a strong performance against Saint Peter’s in the quarterfinals of the MAAC tournament, the third seed Marist Red Foxes headed to the home of the second seed Quinnipiac Bobcats. Quinnipiac came into the game as favorites after defeating Marist on October 27 in the regular season 1-0.
The MAAC Preseason Polls for Men’s Soccer didn’t give Marist much slack. As a team,…
Intensity is a word the Marist Men’s Soccer team likes to use to describe their style of play. In the playoffs, everything is taken up a notch, and the Red Foxes were able to elevate their game on Sunday night and defeat Saint Peter’s 1-0 in the MAAC Quarterfinals.
From backyard games to Division 1 soccer, the Conway brothers are teaming up to play influential roles in what is already a successful Red Foxes season. Jonah, a Redshirt Sophomore that transferred to Marist last spring from MAAC rival Rider University, is accompanied by his Freshman brother Skylar this season.
16 games played throughout the season, and it came down to just one to decide if Marist Men’s Soccer would live or die. With Saint Peter’s, Manhattan, and Rider nipping at the heels of the Red Foxes, they needed a win to secure the third seed and guarantee passage to the MAAC tournament.
It’s what every competitive student-athlete hopes for – a high-stakes senior night with lots to play for. That was precisely the case on Saturday, as Marist Men’s Soccer battled Quinnipiac for massive playoff implications.
Not so long ago, Viggiano was talking about his team needing to decide if they were all in or not for this season. Riding a four-game winning streak into possibly the toughest part of the schedule, his players have bought in and are contenders for first place in the MAAC.