Hudson Valley Home Stand
Two days after Rye native Colin Moran was picked sixth overall by the Miami Marlins, four other players with Hudson Valley ties had their names called in Major League Baeball's first-year player draft Saturday.
Marist College had two players drafted: junior pitcher Kevin McCarthy and senior shortstop Zach Shank.
McCarthy, a 6-foot-3 right-hander from Malverne, was selected in the 16th...Read more »
It was two-and-through for Marist and Army at the NCAA softball regionals.
The Red Foxes and Black Knights were eliminated from the first double-elimination phase of the NCAA tournament Saturday. Marist lost to Fordam 5-3 in the Norman, Okla., regional, while Army fell to Houston 7-5 in Austin, Texas.
FORDHAM 5, MARIST 3 The Rams took advantage of back-to-back Marist errors in the fifth...Read more »
Neither Army nor Marist could find any offense against a pair of the nation's best pitchers in the Friday night's NCAA softball regionals.
Texas, the fourth overall seed in the tournament, defeated Army 5-0 in the Austin, Texas, regional, holding the Black Knights to just three hits.
In the Norman, Okla., regional, first-seeded Oklahoma crushed the Red Foxes 17-0 in a game that was called...Read more »
The Marist softball team isn't used to being in the national spotlight, but that's exactly where the Red Foxes will be Friday night when they take on arguably the country's best team in their NCAA regional opener.
Marist will face Oklahoma – the NCAA tournament’s top overall seed and the No. 1 ranked team in both major polls – at 8:30 p.m. in the Norman, Okla., regional. The Sooners (47-4)...Read more »
Here’s the good news for the Marist softball team: The Red Foxes are playing in the NCAA regionals. The bad news? They will face arguably the best team in the nation Friday night.
Marist, which won the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament Saturday, is being shipped to the Norman, Okla., regional, where the Red Foxes will face No. 1 overall seed Oklahoma. Fordham and Arkansas are the...Read more »
The Marist Red Foxes are MAAC softball tournament champions and headed to the NCAA regionals.
Danielle Koltz and Nicole Cheek homered for Marist, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament's host school, to lift the third-seeded Red Foxes to a 4-1 win over Fairfield, the No. 2 seed, in Saturday's championship game.
Marist pitcher Emily Osterhaus allowed one run on three hits...Read more »
Menelik Watson, a former post player on the Marist basketball team, will wear the silver and black.
The Oakland Raiders used their second-round pick – the 42nd selection overall – on Watson, a 6-foot-5, 310-pound offensive tackle from Manchester, England. After spending two years at Marist, Watson transferred to Saddlebrook, a junior college in Mission Viejo, Calif., where he began playing...Read more »
Marist wide receiver Mike Rios may or may not get selected in this week’s NFL Draft, but there are 4.38 reasons to believe he’ll be on some team’s roster when training camps open.
Rios, the Red Foxes’ record-setting deep threat, worked out for pro scouts last month at Florida International University’s Pro Day in his hometown of Miami, running the 40-yard dash in a blazing 4.38 seconds. That...Read more »
Marist has released its football schedule for the upcoming season. On paper, at least, it’s not the most intimidating slate.
The Red Foxes will face just three teams that had winning records a year ago (Dayton, San Diego and Jacksonville), as well as two first-year programs, Stetson and Mercer. Marist, however, will have to play the entire month of September away from Poughkeepsie.
The...Read more »
A former Marist athlete could very well be selected in the first round of this week's NFL Draft.
Ironically, he never played football for the Red Foxes.
Instead, Menelik Watson, a native of Manchester, England, spent two years on Marist's basketball team. After being redshirted his first season and then averaging just 4.7 points and 3.3 rebounds the next year, he decided against returning...Read more »