Albany, N.Y. – Manhattan took the first step in their journey toward a third consecutive MAAC tournament championship Thursday night with an 81-63 victory over 11-seeded Marist. Continue reading “Manhattan 82, Marist 63: Jaspers Shoot The Lights Out”
Marist head coach Mike Maker has a big challenge on his hands this season. Continue reading “How Will Marist Replace Chavaughn Lewis?”
Even though little more than a week has past since the Red Foxes’ season-ending loss to eventual MAAC tournament champion Manhattan, the legacy of these Marist seniors will endure further than their careers ever could. Continue reading “Legacy Of Marist Seniors Will Carry On Through Struggles”
The game’s final 64 seconds were not for Chavaughn Lewis. Continue reading “Chavaughn Lewis Leaves Lasting Mark On Marist”
The MAAC announced its All-Conference teams as well as All-Rookie team during the final coaches conference call of the season on Monday afternoon. Continue reading “Few Surprises For All-MAAC Selections”
When Chavaughn Lewis scores his final point at McCann Arena on Friday night, he will be one of the best players to ever step on the floor at the town of Poughkeepsie school. The only problem: so few people saw his greatness. Continue reading “Chavaughn Lewis Signals End Of An Era At Marist”
Chavaughn Lewis’ career at Marist will go down as one of the most unique in school history, in plenty of ways. On Feb. 8 he passed Rik Smits for second all-time in scoring, leaving him just shy of Steve Smith for the school record in points.
Coming out in a zone against Iona at the Hynes Center seems more than counterintuitive, it seems flat out dumb. The Gaels are the fourth-best three-point shooting team in the country (41.6%), and added for degree of difficulty and depth, betting against Iona in a shooting competition is certainly a losing proposition.
But Mike Maker is not dumb. And, despite the fact that Sunday was the Marist first-year coach’s inaugural matchup with Iona (they play again in two weeks), Maker thought his zone might just be the way to confuse and slow down the Gaels, who entered 38-4 in home MAAC games under Tim Cluess.
Mike Maker came to Marist expecting a challenge. Continue reading “Marist Rising To The Occasion Under Mike Maker”
We are one month away from the end of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular season, so as Siena head coach Jimmy Patsos says, ‘get your all MAAC passes.’ After a hard fought, literally at times, weekend of conference play, Iona leads the league by a game, with Rider a game behind. Continue reading “MAAC Stock Watch: Feb. 2”