Category: St. Joes

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 [...]

Stat Sheet: Threes and Scoring

Despite missing almost three games this year, Owen Wignot has logged the third most minutes on average this season behind the two seniors– Rossiter and Jackson. He’s also got the best 3 Point FG% on the team, and it’s not a fluke. Owen is 14/32 (43.8%) while Brookins is 13/38 (34.2%) and Clarence is 20/53 [...]

Recap: St. Joe’s 58, Siena 48

The Siena Saints fell to the Saint Joseph’s Hawks 58-48 to end 2010. A sloppy and low scoring game all around– Siena cut the lead to five late, but couldn’t get closer. Kyle Downey missed a wide open three that would have cut the lead to just 2 in the final three minutes. Langston Galloway [...]

Siena 92, St. Joseph’s 75

Led by a season-high 25 points from Senior Alex Franklin, Siena left no doubts in a 17 point win over Atlantic 10 rival St. Joseph’s. Franklin turned in a second straight dominant performance, racking up 12 rebounds for his second straight double double of the season. The Saints went on a 21-3 run in just [...]

We’re Reading: December 29th

Tuesday’s with Cory: Chapter VIII (Times Union) Former Siena Men’s Basketball player and now Student Assistant Cory Magee comes back from Christmas break looking forward to Siena’s Winter Break schedule. Griffin bound to see plenty of action during Saints’ busy week (Daily Gazette) Kyle Griffin has rehabbed and worked hard since transferring from LaSalle and [...]

Preview: Siena v. St. Joseph’s

The Siena Saints (7-4) will try to defend their 25 game home winning streak on Tuesday as the St. Joseph Hawks (4-7) come into town. After a commanding win over Rider last week, Siena enters into their second match of a four game home stand. The team appeared to be energized and focused against Rider [...]

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 [...] Siena’s Schedule

If you don’t know, Siena is having an extremely tough time trying to schedule non-conference opponents this off season. Steve Megargee takes an in depth look at assistant coach Adam Chaskin’s daunting task of scheduling games this summer. Kudos to Raphielle Johnson for the tip. If you’re looking for the short list, here’s how the [...]

Thoughts: Siena vs. Canisius

When I was younger, and as I am still a geek it follows that I acted the same way then, I spent a lot of time in video arcades. Zaxxon, Gauntlet, Marble Madness, the list goes on and on. The one game I avoided in Chuck E. Cheese, though, was Whack-A-Mole. If I was a [...]

Free Throws

Missed free throws was a good problem to have at the beginning of the season. Eventually we’d climb out and shoot better to even out the numbers. Over the last four games, the Saints have combined for 75% (62/82) from the charity stripe. Against St. Joe’s and Holy Cross, the team was successful in 79% [...]

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