It’s 6:35 p.m. Jordan Gooding wheels herself out of the student center dance studio and on to the outside patio. Wet from the night before, her right wheel skids off the concrete as she tries to park herself, knocking her wheelchair off balance and shaking her lighter and pack of marlboro reds cigarettes onto the grass.
Boisterous tailgates. Roaring crowds. Student pride is the hallmark of sporting events on college campuses across the country. When game day rolls around, the atmosphere of most college campuses both small and large is transformed. At Marist College, game day is just another day.
Tim Murray called Ausanio in a panic searching for a new head coach, after a late August resignation left the team without a skipper. Murray asked Ausanio to bail the team out during the 2009 season. Ten years later, Murray’s panicked hire has worked out pretty well.
Coming off of a strong win in their home opener against the University of Vermont, Marist Women’s Lacrosse was unable to continue their undefeated streak. Although they fell short, the Red Foxes put up a fight against the equally as aggressive UMass Minutemen, losing 19-10.
Despite interest from bigger-conference teams, star freshman midfielder Allen Gavilanes wants to win a MAAC Championship with Marist.
He had checked almost every achievable box–except of course a MAAC Championship ring. After two years of impressive personal success, Harr decided it was time to challenge himself at a new level. He accepted an offer from the University of Virginia, fulfilling his dream of competing in the ACC. Now, he’s back.
Marist Men’s Basketball Head Coach Mike Maker will stay on as head coach for next year according to Athletic Director Tim Murray.
In the final seconds of the game, the Red Foxes secured their first win of the season this afternoon in a nail-biter against Binghamton.
When Marist announced all senior players to walk out to half-court with their loved ones to be honored during the pre-game, there was one player to step forward. Baab is the only senior on the team of 13. The 6’2 forward out of Chaska, Minnesota, has spent all four years at Marist, playing in 101 games.
Niagara forward Victoria Rampado got the best of Marist guard Rebekah Hand. More than that, Niagara led for the entire game in a 68-61 win on Saturday night in McCann Arena.