The honor was announced on Monday afternoon by the MAAC and Marist Athletics.
Marist Club Hockey won their 10th annual Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) game on Saturday in an overtime thriller over Montclair State, courtesy of a heroic goal from Brendan Buckley.
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.
This 1-0 win for the Marist gives the team lots of momentum going into the MAAC tournament and after clinching the second seed; it gives the team a first-round bye and an easier path to the final.
After trailing Davidson 27-17 at the half, the Marist Red Foxes were able to force overtime and finally defeat Davidson 48-41.
Coming into Wednesday night, the Marist Women’s Soccer team sat on 15 points in the MAAC. With visiting Siena College Saints nipping at their heels on 14 points, the Red Foxes were looking to clinch a playoff spot and control their own destiny.
NFL scouts are coming in droves to Tenney Stadium to watch senior wide receiver Juston Christian practice.
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.
A warm October night saw the Red Foxes come up against the Monmouth Hawks, a fight between first and second on the MAAC table.