By: Ethan Hennessy This post is wrapping up and looking back at the road trips I went on, the games I saw, arenas I visited, and experiences I had in this 2018-19 college basketball season (my junior year of college). I’m mainly writing this so that I’ll be able to look back and have a […]
May 21– May 21–Former Northwestern starter Aaron Falzon is joining the Quinnipiac men’s basketball program as a graduate transfer. Falzon will be eligible to play for the Bobcats in the 2019-20 season. The 6-foot-8 forward appeared in 80 games at Northwestern, starting 43 over four years. “For me, with one year left to play, I […]
Greg Paulus, a former assistant coach for the Ohio State men’s basketball team, has reached an agreement with Niagra University. Paulus, who played football and basketball at the collegiate level, was best known for his time as Duke’s starting point guard. Since then, he’s been dabbling in coaching, being added on to numerous coaching staffs. […]
We are here for you, the State of Mount Rushmore. Buckeye State you too. As most of the season occurred, South Dakota and Ohio states are responsible for multiplied entries in espnW core ranking while being closed out of the Top AP 25. In all other cases, teams share the list below with a staffed […]
At a smaller Division I school like Marist College, it’s not difficult to put a name to the face of the many athletes competing for the school. After walking around campus for four years with their bright red backpacks and constant Marist Athletics apparel, these athletes have established themselves as just that — athletes. As […]
College basketball has grown into a billion-dollar industry, cultivated by the NCAA and the American sports media. This has happened through the NCAA’s marketing of star players such as Zion Williamson to generate buzz around the sport. Programs such as the University of Duke, North Carolina, and Kentucky have been stalwarts of the American sports […]
A postgame write up never said, “Alex Marinelli was up at midnight catching for the Marist pitchers before their shutout,” or “The win came from Alex Marinelli helping a pitcher talk through a bad start last night,” but that’s fine with Alex. He came to terms with his unsung hero role, knowing the positive impact he was having on the team.
There are 3,790 miles between Copenhagen, Denmark and Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Thousands of miles away from his home, Simon Lund Jorgensen has made the Marist Men’s Soccer team his family. Named captain as just a freshman, Simon has been at the helm of the program for three and a half years – an honor for most players to serve just one.
There will be over three dozen draft hopefuls at the NBA G League Elite Camp later this month (May 12-14) at Quest Multisport in Chicago.
“This is my story. This is my testimony,” she says. “I heard the Lord say ‘you are going to do amazing things.’ And I feel like I’ve impacted people here at Marist that I wouldn’t have impacted if I wasn’t here on Earth.”
“I fell out of love with the game,” Parker said.
In unison, Van Pelt and Coughlin shouted, “Knudsen!” as he lined up an off-balance three-pointer. “Boom!” they both cried out as the shot hit the back of the net with seconds remaining.
Prior the arrival of Courtney Banghart in 2007, the Princeton women’s team had zero Ivy League titles. Twelve years later, the Tigers have seven Ivy championships, eight NCAA Tournament appearances, two trips to the WNIT and two Ivy Tournament titles. With Banghart’s departure to UNC Tuesday, Princeton athletic director Mollie Marcoux Samaan has an incredibly […]
The Quad 10 is similar to Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People list, except on a Manhattan College-scale. The ten following members of the graduating class of 2019 were chosen by the executive board of The Quadrangle as some of the best and brightest seniors MC has to offer. Interviews compiled by Rose Brennan, Gabriella DePinho, […]