The Red Foxes will now be without three of their key players from last year’s team as the star freshman transfers.
Caitlin Weimar and Zaria Demember-Shazer did not know what to expect from an unprecedented college basketball season, but they helped Marist continue their dominance for another year.
Marist’s season came to an end on Monday night with a 74-43 loss to the…
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The Marist Red Foxes earned a resounding 69-30 victory over Saint Peter’s in the MAAC Tournament Final on Saturday afternoon to punch their ticket to the NCAA Tournament.
The women have won their seat at the table, but will they be able to leave holding the MAAC Trophy?
Marist played its most complete game of the season, dispatching Fairfield 66-50 in the first semifinal of the MAAC Tournament. The Red Foxes improve to 15-1 in the MAAC semifinals and will play in their fourth consecutive title game (not counting last year).
Marist powered its way to a 69-44 win over a depleted Siena team on Saturday afternoon at the UHY Center just outside of Albany. The victory was the Red Foxes’ fifth in a row and their seventh consecutive triumph over the Saints.
The Red Foxes enter a two-game series against the 2-3 Siena Saints this weekend.
Not getting to see Marist and Rider face off for a third time last season was one of the biggest disappointments of their premature ending. Though the teams both look much different, the intensity remained the same as the Red Foxes eked out a 47-46 victory over the Broncs on Sunday afternoon in McCann.