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Siena Tennis Center



Siena's tennis courts are the home for the men's and women's varsity programs, and also open to the general student population and Siena community. The six courts were resurfaced in 2010, and provide the ideal location for recreation and Division I athletic competition.

Directions to the Siena Tennis Center

From the North - Take Exit 5 (NY 155) off the Northway (I-87). Left on NY 155 to US 9. Right on US 9 for two miles. Turn east off of US 9 onto Spring Street Road. Take a left at the fourth driveway on to Turchi Road. Go straight and take a right in front of the Marcelle Athletic Complex. Follow the road around to the back of the MAC where the tennis courts are located.

From the South - Take Exit 23 (I-787) off the New York Thruway. Follow I-787 to I-90 West. Take Exit 6 (US 9 North to Loudonville, first exit off I-90). Follow US 9 north approximately two miles. Turn east off of US 9 onto Spring Street Road. Take a left at the fourth driveway on to Turchi Road. Go straight and take a right in front of the Marcelle Athletic Complex. Follow the road around to the back of the MAC where the tennis courts are located.

From the East off the Massachusetts Turnpike - Take the New York Thruway to Exit B-1 (I-90 West). Follow I-90 to Exit 6 (US 9 North to Loudonville). Follow US 9 north approximately two miles. Turn east off of US 9 onto Spring Street Road. Take a left at the fourth driveway on to Turchi Road. Go straight and take a right in front of the Marcelle Athletic Complex. Follow the road around to the back of the MAC where the tennis courts are located.

From the West - Take Exit 24 (Northway I-87) off the New York Thruway. Follow I-87 North to Exit 5 (NY 155). Left on US 155 to US 9. Right on US 9 for two miles. Turn east off of US 9 onto Spring Street Road. Take a left at the fourth driveway on to Turchi Road. Go straight and take a right in front of the Marcelle Athletic Complex. Follow the road around to the back of the MAC where the tennis courts are located.

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