Marist Volleyball Campers will be exposed to new techniques and tactics to help improve their game in a positive learning environment. Both our Elite Camp and Skills Clinic are open to athletes of all skill levels, based on age requirements. The ELITE CAMP will include more advanced technical and tactical training in addition to fundamentals. This camp will feature position training as well as competitive drill situations for the more experienced player. Players will be housed on campus, and meals will be provided. The SKILLS CLINIC will focus on performing individual skills with correct technique consistently. Each of the primary skills will be taught, with ball control being a major area of emphasis.
In 2018, Marist earned the no. 5 seed in the MAAC Championships. The Red Foxes finished with a 14-15 overall record that included 11-7 in conference play. The Red Foxes were lead by All-First Team Award winner Nikki Deserpa. In the classroom, the Red Foxes had seven players named to the MAAC All-Academic Team.
On April 26, 2019 Sean Byron was announced as the next Marist College head coach. Byron has won national championships as an assistant coach for the Ohio State men's team, and as the head men's coach at Springfield College.