Row 1 (L-R): Steve Fantuzzo, Kyle Nunes, Sharif Ali, Peter Rea, Chris Nacca, Juan Trejos, Matt Mones, Keith Detelj, Anthony Graci.
Row 2 (L-R): Erik Zeyer, Steve Villalobos, Luis Andre, Dustin Byrnes, Daniel Owens, Marcelo delRio, Michael Danyo, Mike Cladek, Robert Pearlstein, Bruno Machado.
Row 3 (L-R): Head Coach Bobby Herodes, David Aucar, Allan Kakembo, Alex Giotis, Damian Caputo, Bobby Van Dyke, Tomislav Rogic, Ben Castor, Scott Grouten, Vinny Cacioppo, Volunteer Assistant Coach Ricky Cusano.

Marist College Red Foxes Men's Soccer
2004 MAAC Tournament Champions
Overall Record: 11-8       MAAC Record: 6-3
Head Coach: Bobby Herodes
Assistant Coaches: George Dianni, Matt Viggiano
MAAC Defensive Player of the Year: Ben Castor
First Team All-MAAC: Ben Castor, Keith Detelj, Tomislav Rogic, Mike Valenti
Second Team All-MAAC: David Musinski
MAAC All-Rookie Team: Matt Mones
MAAC Tournament MVP: Keith Detelj
MAAC All-Tournament Team: Ben Castor, Keith Detejl, Kyle Nunes, Tomislav Rogic, Mike Valenti
Second Team All-New York Region: Ben Castor, Keith Detejl, David Musinski
MAAC All-Academic Team: Ricky Cusano, Matt Flaherty, Bruno Machado, Tomislav Bogic, Patrick Safino

MAAC Championship Recap
In the MAAC Championship, Kyle Nunes and David Musinski each netted a goal in Marist's 2-0 win over host Rider. The victory clinched the Red Foxes' first bid to the NCAA Tournament in school history. Nunes put the Red Foxes on the board first when he blasted a 40-yard shot from straight away at the 3:18 mark over the outstretched arms of Rider goalkeeper Daniel Riverso. Musinski's goal came in the 83rd minute on an assist from Benjamin Castor, the league's defensive player of the year. Marist goalkeeper, Mike Valenti, finished with three saves, while Riverso had seven. The Red Foxes outshot Rider 13-7. Keith Detelj was named tournament MVP, while Castor, Tomislav Rogic, Nunes and Valenti were all named all-tournament.

NCAA Tournament Recap
The team would go on to face Connecticut in the first round where they lost bitterly in overtime 2-1. Sophomore midfielder Anthony Graci scored with just 2:57 left in regulation to knot the game at 1-1, but the Huskies scored just 1:29 into the first overtime period to end the season for the Red Foxes. The loss capped an otherwise glorious season for the Red Foxes, who won the MAAC championship for the second time in school history.