The Siena Saints men's basketball team represents Siena College in Loudonville, New York, United States. The NCAA Division I program competes in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference and the annual Franciscan Cup.
The Saints are coached by Jimmy Patsos, who used to be the head coach at Loyola. Siena plays its home games at the 14,500 all-seater Times Union Center in downtown Albany. Since 1988, the team has appeared in six NCAA Tournaments and five NIT Tournaments. Siena has advanced to the Round of 32 three times in program history. In 1989 they defeated Stanford 80-78. In 2008 Siena beat Vanderbilt 83-62 and the following year they edged Ohio State 74-72 in double overtime.
In 2014 Siena competed in their first College Basketball Invitational tournament and won the championship defeating Stony Brook, Penn State, Illinois State and Fresno State two games to one in the best-of-three championship series. Siena's cumulative record in postseason play is 18–13.
The Times Union Center
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