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Looking to Get Back (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...
Return is Near
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...
Moving On Up
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...
Tough Loss (VIDEO)
After beating Manhattan by 35 points just a month ago, the Siena men's basketball team fell on the road at the Jaspers in a grueling triple-overtime matchup. The loss moves the Saints to 9-6 (2-2 in MAAC play). Siena is now 1-2 without star Marquis Wright, who is going to miss 6-8 weeks with a stress fracture in his foot...
Bad Break
A very bad day yesterday for Jimmy Patsos and the rest of the Siena Saints as the Green and Gold lost to Vermont. And then they received some more bad news. Actually, some very bad news. Wright is the Saints leading scorer...from Siena's website: “Marquis has a stress fracture in his right foot,” team orthopedic physician Richard Alfred, MD said...
Saints Marching
The Siena Saints recaptured the 'Albany Cup' on Saturday night, topping UAlbany, 78-70, in front of 10,790 at the Times Union Center. Both teams stand at 7-4 after the game. For the Saints, here are the takeaways: 1) Siena had five players in double-figures again...
Saints Go Down
Trailing by 13 points at halftime, the Siena men's basketball team made a frantic comeback, but still fell to St. Peters by a score of 72-68. The Saints are now 5-4 overall and 1-1 in MAAC play. This loss came after a blowout win of Manhattan on Friday night in the league opener...
Siena Loses Lead, Falters at Cornell, 81-80
The Siena men's basketball team had won four straight games entering Tuesday, but the Saints couldn't close out win number five, losing to Cornell, 81-80 in Ithaca. Siena led by as many as 14 in the second half, but the Big Red were able to overcome Jimmy Patsos' squad in the final minute...
Well Worth It
According to the Wisconsin athletic offense, the Siena Saints men's basketball team was paid $150,000 to play in the 2K Classic, News 10 Sports Josh Rultenberg has learned. Siena lost to Duke, 92-74, and then lost to Wisconsin, 92-65. But those losses are well worth the financial gain as that money can go to help the program in any number of ways...
Siena Rolled By Wisconsin, 92-65
Two days after getting beat by defending national champion Duke to open the season, the Siena men's basketball team took a crack at defending national runner-up Wisconsin. The Saints were blitzed by the Badgers, losing 92-65. Siena still did some good things, with three players in double-figures, including freshman Nico Clareth's game-high 21...
Siena Wins Exhibition Test (VIDEO)
The Siena men's basketball team opened up its season last night by beating Division II Indiana University (PA) last night, 82-73. Freshman Nico Clareth was impressive, scoring 24 points on 9-17 shooting to lead all scorers. Three Saints starters scored in double-figures as well...

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