Sophomore Marquis Wright led the Saints in more ways than one last season.
Marist senior Chavaughn Lewis and redshirt sophomore Khallid Hart have been getting used to changes in the way they play.
Considering the Canisius roster, sophomore Zach Lewis is a grizzled veteran. After all, he is the team’s returning leading scorer after a senior-laden team graduated.
This season will be the first one in a long time where Jim Baron won’t be coaching one of his sons.
This upcoming season is the year of the sub-6′ point guard. Iona’s Schadrac Casimir is a celebrated member of that group.
Last season the MAAC featured a strong group of freshman guards, who look like a great group of future league stars.
As a senior at Saint Peter’s Prep, slightly over 2 miles away from Saint Peter’s University, Trevis Wyche had a fan in the stands that was looking forward to having him as a teammate.
It’s hard to believe that sophomore Khallid Hart is almost two years removed from a devastating start to his Marist career.
Though Saint Peter’s finished 3-games under .500 last season, they managed to win seven of their final 10 games, a sign that bodes well for a team that returns all of their key pieces for a run in 2015.
Marist has had a different head coach at the helm in each of the last three seasons, but there has been one coach who hasn’t had to change his office.