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Recap: Siena 67, Loyola 61

Edwin Ubiles, despite a lingering back issue, made four of five three pointers including one with 21 seconds to play to give Siena a hard-fought 67-61 win Thursday night. The Loyola Greyhounds, the team who last beat Siena at home, gave the shorthanded Saints their toughest fight in the MAAC season thus far. Siena trailed [...]

Around the MAAC: Who’s For Real?

This weekend was a weekend to start to show the contenders, who is for real and who is just getting hot at the right time? If we can establish that Siena, Niagara and Rider are the likely top three in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference let’s try to hash out that next tier of contenders. [...]

We’re Reading: All Things Yesterday

Between, Ryan Rossiter being named Player of the Week (it was Alex Franklin last week), Siena stomping on a Harvey-less Loyola, and the Mid Majority reporting from Albany, there’s a lot to catch up on… Saints win convincingly at Loyola– recap » Siena crushes Loyola Siena improved to 4-0 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference [...]

Siena 76, Loyola (MD) 56

Siena (11-4, 4-0) continued its winning ways over the MAAC after defeating the Loyola Greyhounds (8-6, 1-3) 76-56 for the team’s fifth straight victory. The Saints took advantage of Loyola’s first half offensive struggles and went into halftime with a 34-19 lead. The second half featured a number of timely Siena runs that quickly put [...]

We’re Reading: Preparing For Loyola

First off, very interesting game coming up tonight for the Saints. It’s been a while since I’ve seen this kind of uncertainty from fans and media alike. It’s always tough to play on the road, and with Loyola and Brett Harvey on fire of late, it’s going to be a good one. Check out our [...]

Preview: Loyola (MD) vs. Siena

After a hard fought comeback victory Saturday night, the Saints will have to regroup and travel down to Baltimore to face the streaking Loyola (MD) Greyhounds Monday night. Loyola is on a four game win streak with wins over Howard, Indiana, Bucknell and Rider. Loyola had a lead as large as 24 at Indiana and [...]