Saints Face Off With Division II Post University at UHY Center
LOUDONVILLE, NY – The Siena Women’s Basketball team will see their final tune-up of the preseason on Friday night, as the Green and Gold play host to the Post University Eagles at the UHY Center at 7 p.m. Admission for the game is free.
Catch tonight’s action on Siena All-Access, with Joe Mixie and Steve Amedio on the call or follow with the corresponding live stats link. Continuous in-game press row updates will be provided via the women’s basketball team’s official twitter page @Siena_WBB. Join the conversation by using the hashtags #MarchOn, #SienaSaints, and #MAACHoops.
The Saints open their 2022-23 season with four consecutive home games, opening against New Hampshire on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. The four straight home games are the most to start a season since the 2010-11 season when the Saints opened with five straight home games – with four coming at the UHY Center.
Rounding out the four game homestand is a matchup with St. Bonaventure at MVP Arena on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 5 p.m. that will be the front end of a doubleheader with the Siena Men’s matchup with Army West Point later that night, and a matchup against Lafayette on Saturday, Nov. 19 at 2 p.m. The Saints game at MVP Arena will be their first appearance downtown since Feb. 16, 2020.
2022-23 Siena Women’s Basketball season tickets starting at $128 ($40 for kids) are on-sale now, and can be secured by logging onto sienasaints.com/tickets, or by contacting the Siena Fan Relations Management Center during traditional business hours Monday-Friday by phone at (518) 487-2202, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Single game tickets for the Albany Cup women’s game at the UHY Center are also available – with prices at $10 for chairback seats, $8 for general admission, and $5 for kids.
Siena posted a 10-19 overall record last season, and finished fifth in the MAAC with a 10-10 league mark. Picked ninth in this year’s preseason poll, the Saints return just five letterwinners while welcoming 11 newcomers – including nine true freshmen – to a squad searching to build off of their success in Jabir’s first year at the helm of the program since 1990.