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Less than one week ago, the Siena's men's basketball program announced that their program would be on pause due to a COVID-19 positive test result. The school made the following the statement on the team's official website

The Siena Men's Basketball team has paused all team activities following two positive COVID-19 test results among the program's Tier 1 personnel, which consists of coaches, student athletes, team managers, and staff.

The top priority of Siena College throughout this pandemic has been the health and safety of the entire campus community. In accordance with public health protocols, the Department of Health has been notified. In accordance with New York State guidelines and Siena College protocols, any individuals testing positive are isolated and close contacts to those individuals are quarantined. The Department of Health initiates all contact tracing and will work in cooperation with Siena College, after interviewing the positive individuals, to determine close contacts.

Although the event had not been posted on the team's website, the Saints were scheduled to begin their regular season next week in the Mohegan Sun "bubble event". The opening game for the 2020-2021 Siena Saints still remains a question. Coach Carm joined Levack and Goz this past Tuesday to answer some of the questions regarding the potential start to the season. You can listen to the entire interview below, plus Levack and Goz's comments following the interview.

The new MAAC schedule has been released. You can view the entire format below.

 

 


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