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Preview: Vermont vs. Siena

The Saints put their 38 game home court winning streak on the line to start the 2010-11 season as they take on the Vermont Catamounts Saturday night at the Times Union Center. The last time the Saints played a meaningful game on the floor of the Times Union Center, fans were rushing on the court [...]

Season Preview: Ryan Rossiter

Ryan Rossiter a native of Staten Island, NY burst onto the scene as a sophomore and has provided some memorable moments for us Saints brethren. He enters his Senior Campaign with some big shoes to fill, with the departure of the “Big 3” (Alex Franklin, Ronald Moore, and Edwin Ubiles), as well as being awarded [...]

David vs. Goliath

The 2010-2011 edition of the Siena Saints opened their pre-season with an exhibition game against the Division II Adelphi Panthers on Saturday afternoon. It was a David vs. Goliath type matchup as the Panthers played the majority of the game with 5 guards in the lineup and the Saints started three guys 6’6” or taller. [...]

Siena 67, Adelphi 59

Siena trailed by 4 late in the game, but a key block by Owen Wignot’s lead to Clarence Jackson’s 3 point play with 1:04 to go, breaking a 59-59 tie. The Panthers turned it over on the ensuing possession, where the Saints killed about 30 seconds of clock and CJ hit a straight away three [...]

Adelphi, All Access, Single Game Tickets

The Siena Saints will square off against the Adelphi Panthers in an Exhibition contest Saturday at 2pm. To learn more about the Long Island school’s basketball program, visit their website, or download their 2009-10 season fact sheet. Siena All Access Tomorrow’s game will be streamed online FREE for your previewing pleasure. Also, you can watch [...]

Siena Gets 3 Votes, Picked 2nd

Despite losing the head coach and three senior starters, the Siena Saints were picked to finish 2nd in the MAAC this season. The preseason poll was released today at the MAAC’s Media Event in New York City. “The challenge is just to keep the program where it is,” Siena first-year coach Mitch Buonaguro said. “We’ve [...]

We’re Reading: GT Previews, Cory

Siena vs. Georgia Tech: Saints take on big-time opponent,For two schools that have played each other just once, there’s some pretty good history between Siena and Georgia Tech, at least in recent years. Siena’s 76-68 win over the Yellow Jackets in the first round of the 1994 National Invitation Tournament stands as one of the [...]

ESPN Power Rankings

This week, Dana O’Neil (21) and Jay Bilas (25) ranked Siena in the Top 25. Check out the Week 1 Power Rankings » Update: Pete Iorizzo tweeted earlier today that there were two NBA teams at practice today looking for Edwin. He also digs deeper as to what Fran’s mindset is when it comes to [...]

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 [...]

#17 In ESPN The Mag

The newest edition of ESPN the Magazine ranks Siena 17th for the 2009-10 season. This is the second highest preseason ranking the Saints have recieved this offseason, second to the Basketball Times (15).

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