#Marist: Trends for the Week of November 4th – November 11th

1. Marist Women’s Home Opener vs. Kentucky

On Friday, November 8th, Marist Women’s Basketball team took on the number 7 ranked Kentucky Wildcats in their first game of the season. The McCann Arena sold out and was completely packed, but the Red Foxes fell to Kentucky, 75-61.

2. Marist Football Defeats Campbell

The Marist Football team took on and defeated the Campbell Camels by a score of 55-28.  The Red Foxes continue to roll this season with a record of 7-3 and 6-1 in the Pioneer Football League.

3. Fall Season at Marist

As the fall season approaches, Marist students are taking notice to the changing season and sharing the beauty of Marist campus with all of their followers.

4. Rumors of New Campus Plan At Gartland Commons Quieted

A new plan that would include campus additions and improvements around the Gartland Commons area of campus, is supposedly being heavily considered by Marist College.  Apparently, the renovations were depicted through an architectural rendering, but this rumored plan has since been downgraded to just that, simply rumors of a conceptual campus plan.

5. Marist Men’s Basketball Team Falls to Elon

In their second game of the season, the Red Foxes faced the Elon Pheonix.  Marist fell to 0-2 as they were defeated by a score of 75-48.  On a brighter note, with 13 total points in the game, junior Chavaughn Lewis of the Red Foxes became just the 29th player in Marist history to score 1,000 points in their Red Fox career.

6. Former Marist College Student-Athlete, Menelik Watson makes NFL Debut

On Sunday November 10th, Menelik Watson, a former Marist men’s basketball player, made his NFL debut as a member of the Oakland Raiders, in a one o’clock game against the New York Giants.  Watson was a part of the Marist men’s basketball team until 2010, at which point he transferred to Florida State and was later drafted by the Oakland Raiders.


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