Siena finished the regular season 8-23 overall with a 4-14 league record and will enter the MAAC tournament as the #10 seed. The Saints will open play Thursday evening at 7:00 against #7 seed Quinnipiac. Continue reading →
The MAAC regular season has come to an end with Rider and Canisius deadlocked in the top spot at 15-3. It is the first regular season title for the Broncs since 2007-08, while the Golden Griffins last won the title in the 1993-94 season. Continue reading →
Another week gone in the MAAC, and we’re finally starting to see some separation between the league’s 11 squads. Canisius put its stamp on first place with a season sweep of Iona while Rider strung together three victories to join the Golden Griffins at seven league wins despite continued struggles at the free throw line. Continue reading →
The second week of MAAC play brought as many surprises as the first. We have a new top team this week (but one that’s been there before!) after winless Siena upset undefeated Canisius, proving just how wide-open the league is this year. There is plenty of movement in the middle of the rankings as well after Niagara evened its record at 2-2 and Manhattan dropped a pair.
Welcome to another weekly MAAC recap, and the debut of our league power rankings! Previous recaps were done in geographical and alphabetical order, but from now on teams will be listed in order of their standing in the (un)official NYC Buckets power rankings. Continue reading →
Following the graduation of four 1,000 point scorers, Siena will lean heavily on a group of freshmen to fill in the gaps. More than any other factor, it may be their success (or failure) that determines the Saints’ fate in 2017-18. Continue reading →