Category: Northeastern

The Point After: Non-Conference

The Siena Saints have wrapped up their non-conference slate (excluding the BracketBuster on February 19th) with a 3-7 (.428 win %) record.  The team and coaching staff continued to develop throughout each contest, suffering some heartbreaking losses including two overtime losses at Princeton and to crosstown rival UAlbany.  This team entered the season with a [...]

The Point After: Northeastern

Siena turned in its most complete effort of the season yesterday afternoon dismantling a formidable Northeastern team. Coach Mitch Buonaguro summed it up perfectly in the post-game press conference, “I thought it was total domination actually”, and who could argue. This was the type of game we may look back and say, remember that Northeastern [...]

Recap: Siena 84, Northeastern 68

The Siena Saints (1-2) got their first win, defeating the Northeastern Huskies (2-1) 80-68 at the Matthews Arena in Boston on Saturday Afternoon. It was a close game until about 13 minutes to go, when Ryan Rossiter and Clarence Jackson completely broke down the Northeastern 2-3 zone. The Saints went on a 21-2 run, where [...]

Northeastern: Dan Duggan – Boston Herald

Dan Duggan took some time out of his day to talk Northeastern Hoops with us in anticipation of Saturday’s game between the Saints and the Huskies. Duggan covers the Celtics, Patriots, college sports and UFC for the Boston Herald. Follow him on twitter at @dduggan21. Siena Saints Blog: Given the controversial ending (Southern Illinois ‘called’ [...]

Preview: Siena at Northeastern

The Siena Saints travel to Boston to return last year’s opening game of the season against the Northeastern Huskies at 1:00pm on Saturday at the Solomon Court at Cabot Center.  The Saints beat Northeastern 59-53 last year at the Times Union Center in a televised game in ESPN’s opening week 24-hour marathon of college basketball. [...]

The Point After: Minnesota

Siena went on the road to face a Power Conference team in Minnesota on Monday and delivered a respectable performance, hanging around until the final minutes of the contest. The game seemed like a moral victory for the Saints, which left me asking the question– how much longer are moral victories going to be enough [...]

2010-11 Schedule Released

The 2011 Schedule has been released. The Saints will put their 43 game home winning streak on the line against Vermont on Saturday November 13th at 7pm. They will then travel to Minnesota for a contest slated to be aired on ESPNU. Besides the impending BracketBuster game, this is the only time the Saints are [...]

The Big Three: Memorable Moments

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 [...]

One on One: Steve Amedio

Keepin’ Track of the MAAC: Part One The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference’s official blogger, Steve Amedio combines his years of experience covering the MAAC with insightful opinions on his site: Keepin’ Track of the MAAC. Recently he outlined all ten teams and how they’ve fared so far, finishing with Marist. In our first part, we [...]

We’re Reading: November 20th

McDonough talks OT and bowlingAs he was seated at courtside Tuesday at Times Union Center, moments after calling Siena's 59-53 victory over Northeastern as part of ESPN's college basketball marathon, Sean McDonough was beckoned by a few fans. One was wearing a Red Sox jacket. Another wanted to know about Syracuse basketball. – Read More [...]

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