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.
Skylar Conway broke onto the MAAC scene this week, winning his first honor: Rookie of the Week.
Down a man, and without their star forward, the Marist Men’s Soccer team had to fight for a crucial in-conference game against Iona Wednesday evening.
There was no shortage of fireworks on Saturday night at Tenney Stadium. While those in the sky were celebratory, those on the field were in a manner of frustration, as the Red Foxes lost both tonight’s game and their star for the next.
The Men’s soccer team fought a long, grueling battle against the University of Pennsylvania Quakers Friday night. Though the scoreline was empty at the end of the game, the 110 minutes of play were far from it.
On a rainy Wednesday night, the Marist Men’s Soccer Team hosted #12 nationally ranked Fordham Rams in a non-conference matchup.
The Marist Men’s Soccer Team was hoping for a hero’s welcome on their home opener, coming off an upset over nationally ranked University of the Pacific.
They did not get it.
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.
Despite interest from bigger-conference teams, star freshman midfielder Allen Gavilanes wants to win a MAAC Championship with Marist.