This page contains a Flash digital edition of a book.

Freshman EmeryWelshman led themen’s soccer teamin scoringwith six goals and 15 points and became the program’s firstMAAC Rookie of the Year since LiamWelsh in 2004.Welshman played his best in big moments, scoring the game-winning goal in overtime to knock off Boston College on the road.

Women’s soccer freshmanCaitlin Cahalan and sophomore Ashleigh Barone teamed up for one of themost talented scoring combinations in the league. They tied for the teamlead in goals (9) and points (22) and both earnedMAAC Second Teamhonors. CahalanwonMAAC Co-Rookie of the Year.

Men’s basketball senior forward Alex Franklin had a spectacular season in leading Siena to its third straightMAAC Championship.He topped the teamwith 16.1 ppg and ranked in the league’s top-5 in rebounding (5th-8.1) and field goal percentage (2nd-55.5%). Franklin wonMAAC Player of the Year,MAAC TournamentMVP and was named NABC Division I All-District First Team(District I).

Men’s basketball senior point guard RonaldMoore led the nationwith 7.68 assists/game in 2009-10 and broke the league’s all-time assists record in theMAAC Championship game.Moore earnedMAAC First TeamandNABCDivision I All-District First Team(District I) honors after the season.

Baseball’s sophomore Dan Paolini set aMAAC record with 26 home runs and wonMAAC Player of the Year.He also became Siena’s first Division I student-athlete named to an All-American team(four other All-Americans were honorablementions), earning Second Teamrecog- nition by Collegiate Baseball.He batted .368 (78-212) and registered a league-best .816 slugging percentage while setting a school-record with 62 runs scored and 64 RBI.He stole 12 bases in 15 attempts andmade just four errors in 264 chances (.985) at second base. Paolini is spending the summer with the ChathamA’s in the prestigious Cape Cod League and was invited to compete in the inaugural CollegeHome Run Derby at Omaha’s Rosenblatt Stadium.

Baseball’s sophomore Kevin Quaranto enjoyed a breakthrough year this season andwas aMAAC and ECAC First Teamselection.He batted a team-best .413 in 54 games played.His 85 hitswere one shy of Paolini’s 2009 single-season school record, and his 24 doubles set a new single- season standard. Quaranto ended the year on a 23-game hit streak and reached base in over half his at bats this season (.508OBP).He launched 12 home runs, drove in 54 runs and scored 53 times.

Women’s lacrosse junior CaitlinMikel broke the program’s single- season scoring recordwith 67 points andwas named aMAACFirst Team performer. She led the Saints to their secondMAACTournament appear- ance since joining the conference in 1997.

Water polo junior CamilleNorman broke the school’s single-season recordwith 84 goals and led the Saints to their secondMAAC Tourna- ment appearance in three seasons. Shewas named to theMAAC First Team.

Softball freshman Shannon Jones led the teamwith a .344 batting average, 12 doubles, 33 RBI and a .365 OBP. She was namedMAAC Second Teamand her 55 hits were thirdmost for a single season in programhistory.

Men’s tennis freshmanMike Amico was namedMAACMen’s Tennis Co-Rookie of the Year.He played top singles for the Saints all season, ending with a team-best seven singles wins, including a 3-3MAAC record. Amico and Jarrett Siwiec were one of three pairs selected to theMAAC’s No. 1 Doubles Team.

CamilleNorman Alex Franklin Caitlin Cahalan EmeryWelshman

Dan Paolini


Page 1  |  Page 2  |  Page 3  |  Page 4  |  Page 5  |  Page 6  |  Page 7  |  Page 8  |  Page 9  |  Page 10  |  Page 11  |  Page 12
Produced with Yudu -