Category: Jonathan Breeden

Breeden Out, Griffin To Graduate

Sophomore PG Jonathon Breeden, who looked really good toward the end of the season, put in his papers to transfer, citing “family reasons”. Kyle Griffin will graduate this semester and forego his extra year of eligibility. We wish Jon and Kyle the best of luck in their future endeavors,” Buonaguro said. “I hope they each [...]

Recap: Iona 69, Siena 65

The Iona Gaels (15-10 (9-5)) defeated the Siena Saints (10-14 (7-7)) by a final of 69-65 on Friday night. Siena trailed by 10 or more on two separate occasions in each half, but was able to close the gap to 3 with 30 seconds to go on a Burdine 3 pointer. Jonathan Breeden, started for [...]

Recap: Loyola 76, Siena 69

The Loyola Greyhounds went on a four minute 9-0 run, led by two Justin Drummond dagger three pointers, to take a crucial conference game from the Saints, a 76-69 victory, in front of 6,549 fans at the Times Union Center Monday night. Erik Etherly and Robert Olson led the Greyhounds with 15 points each for a [...]

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 [...]

Recap: St. Bonaventure 82, Siena 79

The Siena Saints (4-7) fell to the St. Bonaventure Bonnies (7-4) by a final of 82-79 on Tuesday night. The momentum was constantly shifting in the second half– all the way into the final 90 seconds where the Saints got a 5 second call and a few opportunities to cut into the lead. A Siena [...]

Preview: Siena vs. Iona

The Siena Saints (19-4, 12-0) welcome the second hottest team in the MAAC Conference to the Times Union Center Friday night as they host the Iona Gaels (17-6, 9-3.)  The Saints hold the country’s longest winning streak at 13 in a row, and have won 32 consecutive at home.  They have also won 36 of [...]

Preview: Siena vs. Canisius

The Siena Saints (12-4, 5-0) host the Canisius Golden Griffins (8-8, 3-2) at the Times Union Center, 7pm Monday night.  The game will be broadcast on Time Warner Cable channel 3.  The Saints are tied for the third longest home court winning streak in the country at 29 with Dayton and Pittsburgh, behind Kansas (51) [...]

Thoughts On The Brink

Peeking over the edge on the cusp of greatness, while searching the present for clues to the future. You can take a look at my season ending essay to get a feel of what I was thinking going into this essay. I’ve been working on other writing projects, and working in general like we all [...]

Wednesday: Practice Notes

Barring any injuries, the starters opening the season to no suprise will be Ronald Moore, Clarence Jackson, Edwin Ubiles, Alex Franklin, and Ryan Rossiter. Kyle Downy and Owen Wignot appear to be the front runners for coming off the bench for the shooting guard/small forward positions. Stephen Priestly and freshman O.D. Anosike are competing for [...]

Weekend Update

Pete Iorizzo, our good friend over at the Times Union posted 2 must read articles during the latter part of the week. First is a nice write up on the newest Saint, Davis Martens, as well as a round up of the rest of the roster. He takes a deeper look into freshman PG Jonathan [...]

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