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We’re Reading: December 29th

Tuesday’s with Cory: Chapter VIII (Times Union) Former Siena Men’s Basketball player and now Student Assistant Cory Magee comes back from Christmas break looking forward to Siena’s Winter Break schedule. Griffin bound to see plenty of action during Saints’ busy week (Daily Gazette) Kyle Griffin has rehabbed and worked hard since transferring from LaSalle and [...]

Read: A Busy Week In The MAAC

READ: Tonight’s Preview vs. Rider The Siena Saints place their 24-game home winning streak on the line when they host the Rider Broncs, Wednesday night December 23rd at 7:00 pm. The game is the second conference game of the year for the Saints, who won 73-60 on the road over Iona on December 7th.  The [...]

We’re Reading: Cory, Toughness, Free Throws

Tuesday’s with Cory: Chapter V Former Siena men’s basketball player Cory Magee, who was forced to end his career because of a head injury, is serving as a student assistant coach this season. Throughout, he’ll offer a weekly blog entry for the Times Union. We call it, “Tuesdays with Cory.” Also, be sure to check [...]

Magee Ends Playing Career

Senior guard Cory Magee will no longer suit up for games as a Siena Saint. Due to complications from his concussion, he has been declared a medical exception for this season, allowing Siena to use one more scholarship. Magee will stay on with the team as a student assistant coach. Glad to see Siena was [...]

Magee Done

Pete Iorizzo at the Times Union is reporting that Junior forward Cory Magee is done for the season and will likely undergo surgery on his left ear. The surgery was suggested to fix problems with Magee’s balance, which has been an issue since his concussions began. Read >> I’m just trying to stay positive,” Magee [...]

Magee May Redshirt

Junior Forward Cory Magee may request a medical redshirt this season, if he does not hear good news from his doctors regarding his concussion. Cory is set to see his doctor this week and should have a better idea of where to go from here. If a player plays in less than 30% of a [...]

Saturday’s Practice

Over at the Times Union Blog, Pete Iorizzo sums up Saturday’s practice from Loudonville as “August conditioning day in the dead of winter, perhaps the Saints’ most intense practice since the first game of the season.” It was good for us, because we need to keep working on our motion game… It’s good for us.” [...]

Preview: Oh Pitt

The Saints will be on national television for the second time Wednesday night, their second time being featured on ESPN2. The Saints will take on the #3 Pittsburgh Panthers, the reigning champions of the Big East from last season. This is the toughest opponent Siena has faced since they lost to #2 Memphis last season. [...]

Weekend Round Up

Hopefully, you’ve gotten most of your Christmas shopping done and you had some time Saturday afternoon to kick back, relax, and enjoy some quality college hoops. If you didn’t– and you were out searching for Princess Unicorn, well that’s why I’m here. Sure, there was the Overtime dog fight of Georgetown/Memphis on CBS, but there [...]

Can-cuss No More

According to the Times Union; Cory Magee is expected to be available for the game at Pittsburgh on Wednesday. Magee has been sidelined from practices as well as all of Siena’s games this season. Magee said he grew so frustrated that he considered lying to this doctors in hopes they’d clear him to play. Only [...]

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