A little help from Marist combined with a grizzled Wall Street veteran with a re-ignited passion for the sport, could Marist College turn into a men’s volleyball powerhouse?
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — Two Marist security officers escorted at least one football player out of…
This fall, the Marist Red Foxes have introduced their new Club Baseball Team, giving students who hope to continue their baseball careers a chance to keep playing the game they love.
The MAAC Preseason Polls for Men’s Soccer didn’t give Marist much slack. As a team,…
Sideline Reporter Connor Kurpat gives us an inside look on Men’s Rugby Head Coach James Kimberly.
The Marist College Club ski Team will be coached this year by a Marist College Class of 2018 alumnus, Joe Kopp. Previously, he was the captain of the team in his final two years of racing.
A new season is on the horizon and after going 6-25 last year and not having a winning season in 10 years, Head Coach John Dunne begins the tough task of changing the culture and identity of the program.
In a state just south of the country that birthed the sport, hockey runs deep through the veins of New York, especially one little kid from Marlboro.
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.
In a breezy Saturday afternoon matchup against the last-place Valparaiso Crusaders, Marist came out on top, 35-24.