Former Marist standout athletes have taken their talents across the globe and continue to shine on the biggest stages.
“Probably one of the top five wins that I have had in my 17 years,” said Giorgis, who has led his team to 10 MAAC titles and five NCAA Tournament victories.
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Lovisa Henningsdottir does not typically show much emotion during games, but after hitting her fifth 3-pointer during the fourth quarter on her Senior Night, she couldn’t help but let out a scream of excitement.
Marist’s defense dominated on the way to a victory over Fairfield as the Red Foxes held the Stags to just two points in the first quarter during their commanding 85-44 win on Tuesday night.
Center Field Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Will Bjarnar, goes for a quick drive with Icelandic Marist women’s basketball player, Lovisa Henningsdottir. Will learns about the country of his heritage and Lovisa gives a breakdown on what Icelandic life is like.
Marist squared off with Boston University last night in the Red Foxes’ home opener and defeated the Terriers 68 to 57. The McCann center filled up and roared to life for the night despite the snowy weather conditions during of the preceding 24 hours.