Themen’s basketball teamwon its third straightMAAC Championship with a 72-65 overtime triumph over Fairfield in front of 10,679 fans at Times Union CenterMarch 8. The Saints equaled a programrecord with 27 victories and set a newMAAC record with 17 regular-season league wins. Additionally, the programwon 15 straight games from Dec. 23-Feb. 8,marking the longest win streak in the nation at the time and the longest in programhistory. The senior class graduated with 97 career victories – far and away themost in any four-year stretch in the 70-year history of Siena basketball.
Thewomen’s golf teamwon its 10th straightMAAC Championship in 2010. The Saints dominated the six-teamfield, leading throughout and posting a 15-stroke victory.Head Coach DaveWronowski was named MAAC Coach of the Year as was his father, Tom, who led the Siena men to a runner-up finish.
Themen’s lacrosse teamwon theMAAC regular-season championship and advanced to the league title game before falling in heartbreaking fashion on a goal as the final buzzer sounded. The Saints had won 22 straight games againstMAAC opponents before their loss in the Championship Game.
Thewomen’s swimming and diving programenjoyed its second best MAAC finish ever, placing third at theMAAC Championships and smashing several school records. Greg Brown was namedMAAC Coach of the Year.
MAAC Coach of the Year AndreaDuffy guided thewomen’s lacrosse teamto just the secondMAAC Championship appearance in its 14 years of existence. EllenHowe led the Sienawater polo teamto theMAAC Championships for just the second time in programhistory aswell.
The Siena volleyball teamsaw its streak of four straightMAAC titles come to an end in 2009, but the Saintsmade a strong late run to secure the #3 seed in the Championships before dropping a dramatic five-set match to eventual champion Niagara in theMAAC Tournament.
Brittany Pavolko broke a school record in the 200 fly (2:09.59) at the 2010 MAAC Championships in Baltimore,Md.
Sport Baseball Men’s Basketball
Women’s Basketball Men’s Cross Country Women’s Cross Country Field Hockey Men’s Golf
Women’s Golf Men’s Lacrosse
Women’s Lacrosse Men’s Soccer
Women’s Soccer Softball
Women’s Swimming and Diving Men’s Tennis
Women’s Tennis Volleyball Water Polo
* =MAAC Tournament Champion
Jordan Loftus, Ryan Duggan and Chris Roth celebrate a goal during their comeback bid in theMAAC Championship againstMount St.Mary’s in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
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14-37 10-5 3-15 6-7
Record Conference Finish (Record)
T-5th (13-11) 1st* (17-1) 7th (8-10) 9th 9th
T-7th (2-6) 2nd 1st*
1st (8-0) 4th (3-3)
7th (3-4-2) 2nd (6-3) 7th (7-9) 3rd
6th (1-5) 4th (4-3) 3rd (13-5) 4th (4-6)
Siena seniors Edwin Ubiles, RonaldMoore and Alex Franklin hoist the 2010MAAC Championship trophy after their 72-65 overtime win against Fairfield.
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