Members of both the Marist Black Student-Athlete Alliance and Black Student Union came together on Wednesday to march against racial injustice.
Amidst all the issues of racism raised in 2020, a group of Black student-athletes from…
The question of when sports will return has been at the forefront of discussion for several weeks now. What do professional leagues’ plans and future social distancing guidelines mean for the return of sports to Marist College?
The Women’s Softball team is looking to take over the MAAC this year, with the help of up and coming freshman.
As the NCAA “works through” the new pay-for-play ruling, so does Marist. Will Bjarnar says that wording is merely a stalling technique.
Sure, Marist’s teams often fall below .500. When it comes to hiring women, though, the numbers are astronomically worse.
How did a respectable mid-major Division I program hit rock bottom so fast? And what is John Dunne doing to fix it?
October of 2018: the month the NCAA implemented a new mechanism called the transfer portal,…
As the 2018 season came to an abrupt end, the Marist volleyball team returned to campus with pep in their step. This level of energy and confidence can be credited to their new coach, Sean Byron.