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Q&A with MAAC Commissioner Rich Ensor

We catch up again with MAAC Commissioner Rich Ensor and get his evaluation of the first MAAC Basketball Championships in Springfield, get some insight on what may be a tweaked tournament format in the future, as well as conference realignment thoughts and the MAAC’s expanded commitment with ESPN3 which includes a unique presentation of the preseason awards…

Quotes: #6 Siena vs. #3 Manhattan

We recently asked some questions to Siena Head Coach Mitch Buonaguro earlier this week about the keys to the game against Manhattan. The Saints and Jaspers will face each other Saturday night at approximately 9:30pm at the MassMutual Center in Springfield. First Two Meetings Siena Game One Manhattan 15-39 (38.5%) 2pt FG 17-32 (53.1%) 4-18 [...]

Q&A: MAAC Commissioner Rich Ensor – Part II

In part two of our interview with MAAC Commissioner Rich Ensor (follow him on twitter @MAACCommish), we get Ensor’s thoughts on the MAAC hosting events as well as his thoughts on conference expansion. (If you missed it, here’s part one). SienaSaintsBlog: The MAAC hosts events such as the Hall of Fame showcase in Springfield and the [...]

Q&A: MAAC Commissioner Rich Ensor Part I

About one week from now, the MAAC Men’s Championship game will be played for the first time at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield, MA. We were honored to have a chance to get to talk to MAAC Commissioner Rich Ensor (follow him on twitter @MAACCommish), the third commissioner of the conference and has been [...]

Saints Start Sixth in MAAC Rankings

In the MAAC Preseason Awards Show, the Saints were ranked sixth in the men’s MAAC 2011 Preseason Rankings, just below defending tournament champion St. Peter’s. The Saints finished MAAC play seventh last season and beat Manhattan in the first round of the MAAC Basketball Championships before falling to runner-up Iona. Iona came in first in [...]

Manhattan’s Barry Rhorssen on the Way Out?

If the Saints win Friday night, they will likely cause the first casualty in the MAAC coaching carousel. Manhattan coach Barry Rhorssen could be coaching his last game when the Saints and Jaspers play on Friday night. The New York Daily News is reporting that Rhorssen will be let go after Manhattan exits the MAAC Basketball [...]

The Point After: Rider

Siena’s shooting has dropped off the charts just like the frigid temperatures in the Northeast.   The Saints have reached the halfway point of the MAAC slate sitting in 6th place and below .500 (4-5).   Ironically enough if the conference tournament started today they would be squaring off against Rider in a quarterfinal matchup. [...]

Preview: Siena at St. Peters

The Siena Saints (7-10, 4-3) travel to Jersey City, New Jersey to take on the St. Peter’s Peacocks (9-9, 4-3) at the Yanetelli Center on Friday night.  The game will be televised on ESPNU starting at 9:05. The Peacocks boast a BCS win over Alabama earlier in the season, but they find themselves in the [...]

The Point After: Canisius

The Saints came out running and were able to hold off Canisius in yet another hotly contested battle this year between the Golden Griffs and the Siena Saints. Once again the game came down to the final minutes, but this time the Saints were able to knock down critical shots with the aid of their [...]

The Point After: Marist

The Saints managed to get back in the win column with a must win early conference game against Marist on Friday night. This definitely stopped the road trip woes.  It was a win off the court as well with Loyola topping Fairfield, allowing the Saints to gain a game in the loss column. The coaching [...]

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