Two games into his tenure as Siena's head coach, Jamion Christian has proven he knows how to make one heck of a first impression. On opening night, the Saints hung around with Big East opponent Providence and lost in Rhode Island by ten points. They easily covered the 19.5 point spread.

Two nights later, Siena took down A-10 opponent George Washington for Christian's first win on the Saints' sideline. The calling card of being an aggressive three-point shooting team is paying off. Siena is shooting 40% from downtown through two games; the Saints have made twelve and thirteen threes respectively in those games.

Two of the biggest contributors to start the season are freshmen. Sloan Seymour led the Saints in scoring in the opener at Providence with 15 points and Jalen Pickett showed his potential leading all scorers with 19 points in the win at George Washington.

Friday morning, Siena head coach Jamion Christian joined Rodger and Chris on Big Board Sports: