The #1 seed Marist Red Foxes won the MAAC championship on Nov. 14. After a 2-2 tie with Rider through two overtimes totaling 110 minutes, the Red Foxes defeated fifth-seeded Rider by a 5-3 margin on penalty kicks.
Grad student Kyle Galloway was named MAAC Tournament MVP. Juniors Henrique Cruz, Demarre Mountoute, and Bernardo Gracindo were named to the All-Championship Team.
The team’s season ended with a 2-0 loss at Providence in an NCAA first-round match on Nov. 18.
Marist's season came to an end at 12-7-3. The 12 wins are tied for the most in the program's Division I history, a record previously set three times, the most recent coming in 1999. The Red Foxes had entered the contest with a nine-match unbeaten streak (7-0-2).
In their history, the Red Foxes have won four MAAC championships (2000, 2004, 2005, 2021). This was their third NCAA appearance (2004, 2005, 2021).
Marist had three major award winners this year: Head Coach Matt Viggiano was named MAAC Coach of the Year for the first time as the Red Foxes won their first regular-season MAAC championship in school history; graduate student Huib Achterkamp was named MAAC Defensive Player of the Year; and senior Samuel Ilin was named MAAC Goalkeeper of the Year.