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Results of the 2023-24 Season for Siena Men’s Basketball Team

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The Siena men’s basketball team has a current record of 4-26 overall and a 3-16 score in MAAC play. Their next match is scheduled for Saturday against Iona.

For more details about the team’s roster, schedule, and statistics, please follow the provided links.

Below is a recap of the Saints’ 2023-24 season, game by game.

GAME 30: NIAGARA 66, SIENA 59

Details: March 7 at MVP Arena

Summary: Despite trailing by 11 points in the first half, the Saints managed to tie the game five times in the second half. However, Niagara regained the lead and extended it to 12 points. Brendan Coyle had a career night for Siena, scoring 19 points and making five 3-pointers. Giovanni Emejuru contributed 14 points and 10 rebounds. Braxton Bayless of Niagara, who didn’t play in the first half, scored 14 points in the second half, helping secure the win for his team.

Key Stat: The majority of the points for both teams came from the bench. Niagara’s reserves scored 38 points, while Siena’s bench players contributed 39 of the Saints’ 59 points.

Record: 3-16 MAAC, 4-26 overall

GAME 29: QUINNIPIAC 71, SIENA 57

Details: March 3 at M&T Bank Arena

Summary: Siena managed to reduce a 13-point deficit to just five points by halftime. However, the Saints struggled in the second half, committing three turnovers before scoring their first points. Kyle Winters was the top scorer for Siena with 20 points, followed by Mason Courtney with 15 points and eight rebounds, and Giovanni Emejuru with 12 points.

Key Stat: Quinnipiac outscored Siena 21-0 in fast-break points.

Record: 4-25 overall, 3-15 MAAC

GAME 28: MANHATTAN 70, SIENA 68

Details: March 1 at MVP Arena

Summary: Siena narrowly missed a win against Manhattan, with two missed shots in the final seconds. Gio Emejuru was the star player for Siena, scoring 30 points, but his last-minute layup came after the buzzer. Manhattan took the lead with less than three minutes left and managed to hold on for the win.

Key Stat: In Siena’s first game against Manhattan, Emejuru had only five points, two rebounds

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Jack Sullivan
Jack Sullivan
Jack Sullivan, an informed and passionate sports reporter, is a former college athlete with a degree in Sports Communication from Ithaca College. Go Bombers!
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