“This is my story. This is my testimony,” she says. “I heard the Lord say ‘you are going to do amazing things.’ And I feel like I’ve impacted people here at Marist that I wouldn’t have impacted if I wasn’t here on Earth.”
He laid unconscious on the cold, hard ice as players from both teams surrounded him, checking his breathing and watching the eyes of No. 16 roll into the back of his head.
“I really enjoy football, but I enjoy seeing how happy it makes my grandfather and seeing the look in his eyes, how he still feels young,” Anthony said.
“My goals are team-oriented,” Randy said. “If my batting average is something that I don’t like, I’m going to press myself and want to get a hit, instead of me focusing on getting on base for the team. I think when you look at stats, for me, you get self-centered.”
“I fell out of love with the game,” Parker said.
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Megan made the ultimate decision to go back to the game that had been her and her father’s favorite bonding experience, but she didn’t just do it for him, but for herself as well. When he was still responsive in the hospital, he made sure to tell her that she needed to go back and do what she needed to do for herself, for her sport, and for her education.
In unison, Van Pelt and Coughlin shouted, “Knudsen!” as he lined up an off-balance three-pointer. “Boom!” they both cried out as the shot hit the back of the net with seconds remaining.
In the team’s third MAAC championship victory, Tierney was named the Most Outstanding Player of the game. The Red Foxes will advance to the NCAA tournament, where they will play an opponent to be determined in Sunday night’s selection show, which will occur at 9 p.m. on ESPNU.
On a warm Thursday night, Marist faced off against MAAC foe Canisius in the semifinal Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) tournament game in front of a ruckus crowd of students and parents. Marist ultimately took the victory with a close score of 11-10.