Marist completed the sweep of I-87 rival Siena with a 60-44 win on Sunday afternoon. The victory was the sixth straight for the Red Foxes and put them three wins ahead of second-place Quinnipiac in the race for the one-seed in the MAAC Tournament.
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.
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.
After losing a heartbreaker to Fairfield last Saturday, Marist hung on for dear life but managed to escape on the right side of a 66-60 overtime thriller at Niagara. The win was Marist’s 12th straight at the Gallagher Center.
Marist heads to Connecticut to play conference-leading Fairfield.
Marist passed its toughest test of the young season, defeating in-state rival Albany 67-48 inside the McCann Center on Tuesday afternoon.
Marist completed the regular-season series sweep of Canisius with an 82-61 win over the Golden Griffins at the McCann Center on Saturday night.
Marist is ahead in this first leg of the race against Canisius with a final score of 64-44.
Will the Red Foxes, who only have a fraction of last year’s key players returning, remain one of the MAAC’s best teams?
Camille Loussedes had been coming to the summer basketball camps at Marist for several years before her recruitment. Once she finally got a shot to prove it was worth it, taking advantage was the only option.