Mike Kagafas has a television in his office, where he is watching former Marist linebacker…
Marist’s varsity football team finished the Pioneer Football League season with a 5-5 record and…
Because the Pioneer Football League has banned scholarships, Marist has to get creative in how they recruit players to join their squad.
From basketball to playing collegiate football and two achilles injuries, Max Mazzella has had a noteworthy football career
Marist Football falls to Butler 28-21 in their season finale and end the season 5-5.
te Eagles (5-2, 4-0), who, like Marist, was undefeated in PFL games. The back-and-forth contest saw seven lead changes and eight total scoring plays. The Red Foxes collected their first loss to a PFL opponent this season, 27-24.
The Marist Red Foxes (2-2, 2-0) hosted the Stetson University Hatters (2-3, 0-2) for their first home game against a Pioneer Football League opponent. The Foxes put their foot on the gas and never let up, cruising to a 34-3 win over the Hatters.
The Red Foxes secured the win in terrific fashion, with an overtime victory against Valparaiso University, winning 27-24.
Marist (0-2) packed Tenney Stadium like never before to watch the Red Foxes take on the Bryant Bulldogs (2-2) on the second night of the college’s Family Weekend. The Foxes played their 2021 home opener in front of 6,154 fans, the most ever in the stadium’s 15-year history. Yet, they couldn’t make the home-field advantage count, losing 34-17.
Marist football team members worked to show that the actions of one do not define them all.