Albany, N.Y. – For the fourth year in a row, the Iona Gaels will play for the MAAC Championship. Continue reading “Iona 81, Siena 70: Gaels Earn Another Chance To Dance”
While the nation was locked in to a thrilling triple-overtime game between the top two teams in the country Monday night, another marathon was taking place in Riverdale between Manhattan and Siena. Continue reading “Manhattan Outlasts Siena In 3OT Thriller”
Siena is off to their best start since their NCAA tournament appearance in 2010, but head coach Jimmy Patsos is happy that Monmouth is clogging the spotlight. Continue reading “Siena’s Strong Start Fueled By Veteran Leadership, Youth”
The decision was announced at approximately 3:30 Friday afternoon. Iona junior guard A.J. English would miss that evening’s game against Siena due to his role in a post-game altercation after the buzzer of the Gaels’ previous game, a 68-61 overtime win over Saint Peter’s. Continue reading “Iona’s Bench Comes Through In English’s Absence”
Note: This is a guest post by John Pudner Continue reading “Iona Best School From Smaller Conference According To Value Add”
Junior Ryan Oliver has been through plenty of ups and downs. Continue reading “Healthy Ryan Oliver A Three-Point Weapon For Siena”
Jimmy Patsos knows how much the Saints upcoming road trip means to his program.
The ball finally bounced the Saints’ way late as Siena snapped Quinnipiac’s seven-game winning streak and extended their own streak to three with a gutsy 72-70 victory Thursday night at the TD Bank Sports Center.
Under two minutes left on Sunday, the Saints needed another crucial possession, not only to prove they can pull off their first road win of 2014, but also execute their flex offense. Continue reading “Ryan Oliver Helps Improving Siena Offense”