Category: Evan Hymes

2011-12 Season In Review

After finishing seventh last year, with MAAC Player of the Year Ryan Rossiter on their roster, the Saints weren’t expected to contend for a MAAC Championship. Adversity hit the Saints hard in September and continued throughout the season. The Saints lost players to injury, ineligibility and even homesickness. It could have been simple for this team [...]

Quotes: Siena Head Coach Mitch Buonaguro

Some postgame quotes from Siena Head Coach Mitch Buonaguro on the win over Manhattan in the MAAC Quarterfinal game. On the final shot of regulation for both teams (first Manhattan)… Siena Head Coach Mitch Buonaguro: “It was unbelievable. I saw the shot and I thought it was in but it’s amazing that it went out. [...]

Six Saints Combine for Epic Win

SPRINGFIELD — The Siena Saints stepped up in a big way, all six players turned in amazing performances in their 84-82 win over Manhattan in the final Quarterfinal at the MassMutual Center Saturday night. Siena saw seniors Owen Wignot and Brandon Walters go for career highs in points and turn in huge games to hold [...]

Recap: Siena 84, Manhattan 82 (OT)

SPRINGFIELD — The final MAAC Quarterfinal game saw everything; 11 lead changes, two technical fouls, and a shot to end regulation that went as far in as it could go before exiting the rim. The Saints and Jaspers battled for 45 minutes with the Saints holding on for a 84-82 victory in the final game [...]

Halftime: Siena 41, Manhattan 39

SPRINGFIELD — Siena struggled to keep their composure early with MAAC All-Rookie team member Evan Hymes out of the starting lineup. However, the Saints with Hymes closed the Manhattan lead and took a lead of their own; taking a 41-39 lead in at halftime in the final MAAC Quarterfinal game at the MassMutual Center. Kyle Downey ran [...]

Evan Hymes Update

Jason Rich, Siena’s Assistant Athletic Director for Communications sent an update; X-Rays on Evan Hymes left knee revealed no fracture according to Siena’s sports medicine staff. Hymes will likely be withheld from practice for a couple days. His status for Saturday night’s game against Manhattan will depend on how the injury heals this week.

VIDEO: Evan Hymes Injury

Evan Hymes exited during the second half against Canisius with a left leg injury  

Recap: Siena 70, Manhattan 64

Big free-throws. The Saints took a game high eleven point lead with about two minutes to go on their 18th consecutive successful free throw attempt. Siena was 25 of 30, by far their best performance of the year from the free throw stripe. The Siena Saints (7-9) defeated the third place Manhattan Jaspers (11-5) by [...]

Recap: St. Peter’s 63, Siena 58

The Siena Saints (10-12 5-7) let a 16 point lead slip away on Friday night, losing to the St. Peter’s Peacocks (5-18, 4-8) for the second time this season. Siena cut it to a one possession game with :56.1 remaining, and eventually cut the deficit to 1 on a clutch Evan Hymes 27 footer inside [...]

Recap: Loyola 66, Siena 55

The Siena Saints (8-10, 3-5) fell to the Loyola Greyhounds (13-5, 6-2) by a final score of 66-55 on Thursday Night in Baltimore. The Saints led 47-40 with about ten and a half minutes remaining, but as we’ve seen in recent games, the Saints just couldn’t keep their legs past 30 minutes. Kyle Downey (knee) [...]

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