he Marist men’s lacrosse team traveled to Long Island earlier in October to play in the Headstrong Nick Colleluori Classic Tournament at Hofstra University.
Marist took Canisius down to the wire, cutting a six-point deficit to one. But the Red Foxes couldn’t finish the job.
In his twenties, Dave Scarcello has already built impeccable resumes as a lacrosse player and…
Marist concluded its ultra shortened regular season with a 14-7 win over Manhattan. Next stop: the playoffs.
Despite having no games or practices for over a month, Marist Men’s Lacrosse didn’t miss a beat. The Red Foxes beat Quinnipiac 14-9.
In a long-awaited season opener, the Red Foxes finished a close game with a win against Detroit Mercy.
After their pursuit to repeat as MAAC champions was cut short, the Red Foxes are ready to compete for the title again.
Marist Men’s Lacrosse have had a balancing act with extra years of eligibility and scholarships meeting at a challenging crossroad.
The Black Student-Athlete Alliance (BSAA) held a town hall to discuss race-related issues that have plagued their lives on and off the Marist campus.
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?