So last year in the beginning of the season we wrote that Brookins is not going to be the next Ronald Moore, despite the willingness for fans to make comparisons between the two. Just because Brookins eventually assumed the gap of Moore’s former spot in the lineup doesn’t necessarily mean they should be compared, maybe even [...]
Because comparing the past to the present is the best way to conduct objective analysis on sometimes drastically different teams, let’s see how a certain Siena Saint progressed through seven games against a former Saint. Fans and media are trying to label Rakeem Brookins as Ronald Moore. But why? They’re not the same player. One [...]
As we reach the 10th ever Albany Cup at the Times Union Center on Saturday, let’s take a look back at some of the best games in recent history between the local schools. Both rivals have multiple NCAA Tournament appearances and have given the Capital region an intense rivalry. However, Siena has dominated the Division [...]
From SienaSaints.com… Fans will have to invest in a Eurotrip if they want to see Alex Franklin and Ronald Moore playing basketball this season. It might be a trip worth taking. The reigning MAAC Player of the Year and MAAC Tournament MVP is heading to Tarragona, Spain, and Siena’s all-time assist leader will take his [...]
This comes from our friend Jason Rich at Siena… The Siena men’s basketball program honored the most successful senior class in its 70-year history and dished out annual awards at the First Niagara Year-End Celebration Monday night at the Hilton garden Inn in Troy. With YNN Sports Director Joe Calderone serving as master of ceremonies, [...]
Ronald Moore was arrested early Sunday morning under the charge of driving while intoxicated. Christen Gowan has more details over at the Times Union blog This is a reminder that absolutely nothing good can come out of driving a car while under any influence whatsoever. Kids– just pay the $3 for a cab.
A reader e-mailed in the other day and asked that we remove Fran from the top header up there, since he has moved on. Yes, we’re planning on doing this soon, but it brought up another question I wanted to get your opinion on…
As we say goodbye to the “Big Three” senior class, and now Coach McCaffery, here is a look back at all the big games Alex Franklin, Edwin Ubiles, and Ronald Moore were involved in during their four year career at Siena. 2006-2007 Season Siena beats UAlbany in double overtime 76-75. Ubiles scores 20 points after [...]
The #13 seed Siena Saints (27-6, 17-1) will go for their third straight NCAA tournament first-round victory when they take on the #4 seed Purdue Boilermakers (27-5, 14-4) Friday afternoon in Spokane, WA in the South Region. This will be the first meeting between the two schools, and this will be the first time the [...]
Last week Ronald Moore said the last place he wanted to play in the first round of the NCAA tournament would be Spokane, Washington because the distance makes it so difficult for students and fans to make the trip. Unfortunately, the NCAA Selection Committee didn’t hear him.