The men’s lacrosse starting squad had young, fresh talent led by a handful of veteran seniors to guide them. The NCAA’s extra year grant raises a bunch of questions regarding next year’s program: who will return?
This post will serve as a stream of updates on spring athletes exercising their extra…
Jess and Lily break down the start of the men’s lacrosse season, their team chemistry, and the potential they had to win another MAAC title, on this episode of Hypothetically.
Men’s Lacrosse failed to tie the game despite their fourth quarter efforts, and they fall to Delaware 15-14. The loss drops the Red Foxes to 3-3 overall.
Men’s lacrosse defeated no. 9 Army this past week. With another win this weekend, the Foxes could continue to boost potential as a nationally ranked squad.
Men’s lacrosse took down #9/7 ranked Army West Point on Tuesday afternoon. The massive win has gotten the Red Foxes plenty of attention, even an inclusion on SportsCenter’s Top 10.
Men’s Lacrosse finished with a 12-4 Victory over Binghamton Bearcats yesterday, and it shows that the Red Foxes can live up to their MAAC-champion hype.
Marist men’s lacrosse began their 2020 campaign with an impressive outing against Binghamton. The defense led the way as the Red Foxes start their season with a 12-4 win.
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.