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ESPN Radio 104.5 Athlete of the Week
For the first time in 2014, we take our ESPN Radio 104.5 Athlete of the Week to the hard courts. Today, we honor Niskayuna senior Annie Phillips. Phillips is the Section II Singles Champion. She is also a 3.6 student and will play tennis at Siena College next fall...
Wild Card Game Had Local Connection
Last night was one of the best baseball games I've ever seen. And when the dust had settled and the Royals had defeated the A's, 9-8, in 12 innings, to advance to the ALDS, a few things were apparent.
1. The Royals like to run. A lot...
Breaking Down the 2014-15 Siena Saints Schedule
Saints broadcaster Tom Huerter joins Brady Farkas on to talk about the release of the Siena men's basketball schedule.
What stands out? What's the conference look like as a whole? How excited should fans be for Siena/UAlbany...
2014-15 Siena Men’s Basketball Schedule Released
The MAAC Conference announced its schedule this morning and that means the nearly complete schedule for Siena is now out.
The Saints will open up the regular season on Nov. 14 at UMass before opening the home schedule on Nov. 17 against the University of Vermont...
Former Siena Star to Represent Country
Former Siena Saints basketball star Alex Franklin has been named to the Puerto Rican National Team for the upcoming World Cup of Basketball in Spain (Aug. 30), Franklin tweeted out.
Franklin spent four years in a Saints uniform, becoming part of one of the best units in Siena history...
On the Farm: Anthony Giansanti
Former Siena Saints baseball star and current AA player (Cubs) Anthony Giansanti joins Brady Farkas to talk about the Saints first NCAA tournament win, Coach Rossi, his appreciation for the Capital Region and life in the minor leagues.
Saints Win First-Ever NCAA Game Before Elimination
After a crushing loss on Friday night, the Siena College baseball program earned its first-ever NCAA tournament win on Saturday afternoon before being eliminated on Sunday.
The Saints fell to Texas Christian, 2-1, in 11 innings in their opening game in the Fort Worth Regional...
Siena Heading to NCAA Tournament
After dropping its first game as the No. 2 seed in the MAAC tournament, the Siena Saints won four consecutive games to capture the MAAC title and advance to the NCAA tournament for the second time in the program's history.
The Saints beat Canisius by scores of 6-5 and 5-1 on Sunday...
On the Farm: Former Siena Standout Joins Us
Siena all-time home run leader Dan Paolini joined Brady Farkas for on Tuesday morning.
Paolini, a 2011 major league draft choice of the Seattle Mariners, is currently in AA with the Jackson Generals, a Mariners affiliate...
Billy Harrell: Loss of a Legend
The Siena College athletic community has been saddened by the loss of Billy Harrell. Harrell died on Tuesday morning at the age of 86.
He was a 1952 Siena graduate, and among the most successful and decorated athletes in Saints history.
Harrell was the first Saint to have his number retired...
UAlbany and Siena Lax in NCAA Tourney
The spring sports season in the Capital Region is doing its best to live up to its winter counterpart, as both the University at Albany and Siena College men’s lacrosse teams are heading to the NCAA tournament.
The Great Danes will play Loyola on Saturday afternoon in Baltimore while …

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