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  1. Siena applies for waiver on behalf of Javion Ogunyemi

    Aug 31, 2015, 7:45 PM EDT

    Jimmy Patsos

    Javion Ogunyemi averaged 9.3 points and 4.8 rebounds per game in 2014-15.

  2. Junior forward returning to Siena after brief stint at Boston University

    Aug 13, 2015, 7:21 PM EDT

    Jimmy Patsos

    The death of his cousin led to Javion Ogunyemi deciding to return to Siena.

  3. Already lacking front court depth, Siena loses starting forward to ankle injury

    Dec 17, 2014, 8:19 PM EDT

    Lavon Long,Karachi Edo

    With Lavon Long and Brett Bisping now sidelined, the Saints are without their two best rebounders.

  4. Siena sophomore big man opts to transfer

    Dec 9, 2014, 8:30 PM EDT

    Jimmy Patsos

    Siena is losing a 6-foot-9 sophomore forward to transfer.

  5. Siena forward to miss a month after dislocating a toe on his right foot

    Dec 6, 2014, 4:56 PM EDT

    Cezar Guerrero,Brett Bisping

    Brett Bisping’s currently averaging 8.7 points and 4.7 rebounds per game for the 3-3 Saints.

  6. MAAC contender loses center to torn ACL

    Nov 11, 2014, 11:30 PM EDT

    Siena will be down a big man, who started all but six games during the Saints’ 20-win season in 2013-14.

  7. Siena extends head coach Jimmy Patsos’ contract through 2019

    Jun 18, 2014, 11:00 PM EDT

    Jimmy Patsos

    Patsos sparked a 12-win improvement and led Siena to the CBI crown in his first season at the MAAC school.

  8. 2014 MAAC Tournament Preview: Iona-Manhattan eyeing a rematch?

    Mar 5, 2014, 1:02 PM EDT

    Tim Cluess

    Last season in the MAAC tournament championship game, Iona punched its ticket to its second straight NCAA tournament, knocking off in-state rival Manhattan. A week ago, the Gaels and Jaspers met in their final meeting of the regular season with Manhattan pulling out an 80-77 overtime win over the MAAC regular season champion. They will…

  9. Purdue beats Siena, but Jimmy Patsos has Saints ahead of schedule

    Nov 24, 2013, 2:27 PM EDT

    Today against Purdue, Siena earned another moral victory — if there is such a thing. Purdue doesn’t figure to challenge in the Big Ten, but the Boilermakers are now off to a 5-0 start and looking like a potential NCAA Tournament team if they are able to earn some good victories in the Big Ten.…

  10. 2013-2014 MAAC Preview: Manhattan, Canisius, Iona at the top

    Oct 18, 2013, 11:00 AM EDT

    Steve Masiello

    All month long, CBT will be rolling out our 2013-2014 season preview. Check back throughout the day, as we’ll be posting three or four preview items every day. To browse through the preview posts we’ve already published, click here. To see the rest of the Conference Previews we’ve published, click here. For a schedule of our previews for the…

  11. Siena’s Evan Hymes breaks hand, out six weeks

    Aug 28, 2013, 1:58 PM EDT


    Siena will be without Evan Hymes for up to six weeks after the 5-foot-8 junior guard broke his hand during the team’s trip to Canada this week. The injury came as the Saints lost to McGill. If Hymes is out for the full six weeks, he’ll be ready to return in mid-October, a good three…

  12. Trip to Montreal good for Siena and first year head coach Jimmy Patsos

    Aug 27, 2013, 8:45 PM EDT

    There aren’t many mid-major schools in the country that have such a rabid following like Siena. How many 8-24 mid-majors out there — actually, how many 8-24 teams, period — can say they averaged over 6,000 fans per home game last season? Siena outdrew Miami (FL) by more than 400 fans per home game, and…

  13. Report: Taran Buie seeking third chance at Siena

    Jun 8, 2013, 5:40 PM EDT


    Taran Buie’s college career has been checkered, to say the least. As the half-brother of Talor Battle, he was welcomed into the Penn State family with open arms as a freshman. Following an off-campus fight and a suspension for violation of team rules, Buie was released from his PSU scholarship, leaving the Nittany Lions and…

  14. Virginia Tech’s recruiting presence is one guy

    Apr 28, 2012, 6:36 PM EDT

    Virginia Tech Hokies' Finney-Smith, Raines, Green and Duke Blue Devils' Plumlee battle for a rebound during their college basketball tournament game in Atlanta

    In a way, Virginia Tech’s decision to fire head coach Seth Greenberg in April was a case of cutting off one’s nose to spite one’s face. The Hokies declined to fire Greenberg for his win-loss record in March, then dumped him a month and a half later because all of his assistants quit on him.…