The women of the Marist basketball team share their thoughts on the disparities between the men’s and women’s NCAA tournaments in 2021 as well as years past.
Well, today is the day. After learning their matchup last Monday night and flying down…
In the fourth episode of Center Field’s HYPOTHETICALLY, hosts Jessica King and Lily Caffrey-Levine continue…
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.
Jess and Lily break down the beginning of the women’s lacrosse season, how it set them up for their upcoming schedule, had it continued, and talk about some key contributions from players this season, on this episode of Hypothetically.
Jess and Lily break down the end of the Marist men’s basketball season, and take a look at the “what ifs?” surrounding the abrupt end to a stellar season for the women, in the new short series, Hypothetically.
With no March Madness tournaments, Amelia Nick filled the bracket void by investigating which men’s basketball players in the MAAC have the tallest hair. Are they really tall? Or is their hair making a big difference?
Rudy Bourgarel came from Guadeloupe to Poughkeepsie to find himself as a Red Fox. In his first two years of college basketball he saw minimal playing time. While waiting for his opportunity, he turned his raw skill into the makings of something special.
It wasn’t supposed to end like this. With a core of seniors leading the way, Marist women’s basketball was poised for a MAAC Championship. The tale didn’t have the chance to end that way.
On Thursday, March 12, the MAAC Council of Presidents unanimously voted to cancel the remainder of the MAAC basketball tournament in Atlantic City and the remainder of all spring sports competitions, events, and practices due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.