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Women’s Cross Country


• earned the highest cumulative team GPA at Siena (3.49)


Men’s Tennis


• honored by NCAA for posting multiyear Academic Progress Rates (APR) in the top-10 percent of all teams


Women’s Tennis


• 2006 MAAC Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance


• honored by NCAA for posting multiyear Academic Progress Rates (APR) in the top-10 percent of all teams


Field Hockey


• in 2009, won its most games in seven years


Water Polo


• competed in two of the last three MAAC Championship tournaments


Facilities


Women’s Lacrosse • two MAAC Tournament appearances


• won 2005 regular-season MAAC Co-Championship


Softball


• under the direction of new head coach Bill Lajeunesse


• won its most MAAC games this past season since 2003


Women’s Swimming and Diving


• swam to a third-place finish at the MAAC Championships in 2010, its second best in program history


Men’s Soccer


• finished second in the MAAC in 2008, equaling its best league finish ever


Women’s Soccer


• won a program-record 13 games in 2008, had the best start in program history (8-0-2) and was named 10th Most Improved Team in the country


• has a .750 win percentage the last two seasons (25-7-4)


Men’s Cross Country


• a MAAC-leading 10 runners were selected to the MAAC All-Academic Team


Most Siena teams make their homes on- campus, competing in and around the Marcelle Athletic Complex (MAC). In the spring of 2007, the department opened a multiple-purpose, artificial turf, outdoor athletic facility which serves as a venue for Siena lacrosse, field hockey and soccer in addition to intramurals. There is also a grass soccer field and the softball field adjacent to the turf field.


Inside the MAC, Siena student athletes have all the amenities to ensure they can succeed at the Division I level. Most recently, the Raymond Center, Home of the Harry Mikhitarian Golf Training Facility


was dedicated in May and includes a custom putting green, an indoor driving range, a swing/video analysis center, a players’ lounge, club storage area and coaches’ offices. The men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball locker rooms were all refurbished in the fall of 2009.


The women’s basketball and volleyball teams play their home contests on UHY Court at the 4,000-seat Alumni Recreation Center (ARC).


Siena’smen’s basketball teammakes its home at the Times Union Center in downtown Albany. The Times Union Center is a regionally acclaimed facility billed as Upstate New York’s premier sports and entertainment destination. Since its full- time move to the Times Union Center prior to the 1996-97 season, the men’s basketball teams’ home attendance has soared to 66th in the country. A record 133,505 fans (7,853/ game) turned out for Siena’s 17 home games last season.


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