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Giants Should Roll Saints
I would be totally surprised if the New York Giants didn't take care of business this weekend against their NFC South opponent, the New Orleans Saints. With all due respect to the future hall of fame quarterback, Drew Brees, the G-Men are a better football team on both sides of the football...
Nico Clareth to Have Knee Surgery
After a stellar freshman season that saw him land on the MAAC all-rookie team, Siena guard Nico Clareth has hit a bit of rough patch this summer.
Obviously, three months would be a Sept. 1 recovery date and would not cause Clareth to miss any of the season or the preparation for the season, but he wo…
Tay Fisher Giving Back to Capital District (AUDIO)
Former Siena basketball player and current Harlem Globetrotter Tay Fisher is coming back to the Capital District this summer and he's bringing his basketball camp with him.
Located at Troy High, Fisher's camp will take place on August 8-12 from 9 a...
Patsos Signs Two-Year Extension w/ Saints
Yesterday, I reported that you should not be surprised if Siena men's basketball coach Jimmy Patsos received interest from Texas Tech about its head coaching position. Both have strong ties to Under Armour so it made sense for the Red Raiders to at least inquire about Patsos...
Siena to Visit Kansas Next Season
It's been exactly one week since the College Basketball season ended with a brilliant Villanova-North Carolina championship game, but that doesn't mean it's too early to start thinking about next season already.
Locally, fans in the Capital Region have a lot to be excited for as well w…
Saints See Season End in CBI
The Siena Saints men's basketball season came to an end on Tuesday night when the Saints lost to Morehead State in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational (CBI).
The 84-80 loss ended a season that saw Siena go 21-13 and finish third in the MAAC...
Saints Bow Out in MAAC Semis
Despite a valiant effort, the Siena men's basketball team could not overcome the Iona Gaels in the semifinals of the MAAC Tournament at the Times Union Center on Sunday night.
The 81-70 loss ends the Saints NCAA Tournament hopes but does not necessarily end their season:
Much like UAlbany, Siena …
Freshman Leads Saints on Senior Day
Freshman Nico Clareth scored 24 points, 20 of which came in the first half, as the Siena men's basketball team closed out the regular season on Sunday with an 80-65 win over Quinnipiac at the Times Union Center.
The Saints finish the regular season at 20-11 with a 13-7 record in the MAAC...
Siena LAX to Open Season at SYR (AUDIO)
With well-below freezing temperatures expected this weekend in the Capital Region, it's hard to possibly think about SPRING sports, but it's that time.
The Siena men's lacrosse team opens its season on Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. at the Carrier Dome against perennial power Syracuse...
Wright Nearing Return For Saints
Even after dropping a tough game on the road at Marist on Sunday, the Siena Saints men's basketball team is about to get some good news.
It appears that star guard Marquis Wright is on his way back after having missed the last two months with a stress fracture in his foot...
Saints Win Again, 1/2 Out of First in MAAC
The Siena men's basketball team is now just 1/2 game out of first place in the MAAC after beating Niagara, 82-70, Tuesday night in Buffalo.
The Saints are now 14-7 overall and 7-3 in the league. They will welcome Marist to the TU Center on Saturday night at 7:00...
Saints Top Fairfield, 91-76
Despite playing without Marquis Wright, the Siena Saints men's basketball team won again on Thursday, topping Fairfield by a score of 91-76 at the Times Union Center.
The Saints had five players in double-figures yet again, as has become the norm...

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