Marist Splits Double-Header with Canisius on Saturday April 13.
“You don’t grow a band the way he has by being a wallflower,” said Michael Napolitano, Marist Assistant Director of Music. “He is out there when that fight song is up and going – that is his baby. And you can’t stop him.”
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A season high first half scoring output for Marist lifted them to a 13-11 victory Saturday night over the Siena Saints.
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With winds strong enough to knock your hat off, the Red Foxes took the field for their second doubleheader in three days. Marist battled against the University of Hartford Hawks in which they split the doubleheader Wednesday.
“Today meant a lot to us, especially to our returners, to have this win,” Wilkinson said. “I think this was a great game for us as an example of what we are capable of doing. It was really special for our seniors and I believe it’s the first time we have beat them in the last four years.”
In the last at bat for Marist, with runners on first and second base, senior Frankie Gregoire grounded out to second base and clinched the game for Albany. The unfortunate day for the Foxes ended the way it began, by leaving runners stranded on base.
After a game full of exciting moments for the Red Foxes, but also costly mistakes, Coach Wilkinson emphasized there are no moral victories for his team.
“I came back because I believed in the mission of Marist College and the ability of the basketball team to create an atmosphere and an environment that everyone can be proud of,” Bower said. “I have great memories from Marist and I wanted to try to help restore those same feelings to this generation of people.”