Brett  Bisping
Brett Bisping

RS Senior

Peoria, IL

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 234



MAAC Basketball Preseason Awards Show Tuesday at 7 PM on ESPN3

Show Features Announcement of Preseason Polls, All-MAAC Teams


Siena Men Picked Second, Women Third in MAAC Preseason Poll

Five Saints Earn Preseason All-MAAC Honors


Siena to Host Division II Daemen in Exhibition November 2

Saints Set to Play Division II Foe at 7 PM at the ARC


Record 160 Saints Named to MAAC Academic Honor Roll

Nearly Half of Siena's 333 Student Athletes Maintained Cumulative GPA's of 3.20 or Better


Iona Turns Back Epic Comeback

Saints Rally From 25 Down to Take Lead Late, But Lose 87-81


2016-17 Siena Basketball Picture Day

2016-17 Siena Basketball Picture Day


MBB vs Morehead State (CBI 3/15)

MBB vs Morehead State (CBI 3/15)


Siena MBB vs. Iona (MAAC Semifinals)

Photos of Siena and Iona in the 2016 MAAC Semifinals (3/6/16)


MBB MAAC Quarterfinal Manhattan

MBB MAAC Quarterfinal Manhattan


Siena vs. Manhattan - MAAC 2016 Quarterfinals

Photos from Siena and Manhattan in the 2016 MAAC Tournament Quarterfinals

  • Returns for fifth-year following one of the most impressive mid-major seasons in the country last year
  • Named to the College Sports Madness Preseason All-Mid Major Second Team
  • Traveled to Croatia this summer with college all-star team which included teammate Evan Fisher and was led by assistant coach Jordan Watson
  • Hard working, high-energy big who can score in variety of ways
  • Excellent rebounder
  • Possesses three-point range and is one of top free throw shooters on the team
  • Consummate student athlete carries a 3.42 GPA in finance

  • Siena College's 2015-16 Male Student Athlete of the Year was also tabbed the team's Doc Marcelle co-MVP
  • Unanimous First Team All-MAAC and MAAC All-Tournament Team selection was three-time MAAC Player of the Week (12/14, 2/1, 2/15)
  • NABC District I First Team honoree
  • One of just 10 men's basketball players named to the Division I AAA-ADA Scholar Athlete Team was also heralded as a MAAC All-Academic and Academic Honor Roll honoree
  • Led the MAAC in both rebounding (10.4) and offensive rebounding (8.1) which ranked him 19th and eighth nationally, respectively
  • Posted 13 double-doubles and 15 double digit rebound games, including a career-high five 18-rebound performances
  • Became 41st member of program's 1,000 Point Club with 24-point, 18-rebound effort in road win at Rider (2/19)
  • Ranked eighth in the MAAC in scoring (15.9) and tied season-high with 27 points and added 11 rebounds while shooting 9-11 from the field and 4-5 from three in road triumph at Canisius (1/24)

  • Injured his right foot in the sixth game of season, had surgery and missed rest of the year. Had his medical red-shirt waiver approved by the NCAA in May.
  • Nominated to 2015 Allstate NABC Good Works Team
  • Named to NABC Honor Court, MAAC All-Academic Team and MAAC Honor Roll
  • Scored 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds on 6-10 shooting in win at Loyola (11/29)

  • College Basketball Invitational (CBI) Most Valuable Player (16.2 ppg, 7.5 rpg)
  • MAAC All-Academic and MAAC Honor Roll selection
  • Recipient of the Billy Harrell '52 Rebounder Award (led team with 6.5 rpg)
  • Second on team with 11.5 ppg and tops on squad with 52% field goal percentage
  • Two of five double-doubles came in CBI (12 pts, 12 reb vs. Penn State (3/24); 20 pts, 13 reb vs. Illinois State (3/26)
  • Scored 20 points six times, including each of final two CBI Championship games

  • Played 25 games, making four starts
  • Averaged 3.2 points and 2.6 rebounds per game and shot 83% from foul line
  • Notched season-high 11 points in 4-7 shooting at Niagara (1/17)
  • Scored seven points in career debut vs. Vermont (11/9)

  • Averaged over 17 points per game and helped lead Morton to the regional finals as a senior
  • Earned starting varsity spot as sophomore, but played season while battling a case of mono
  • In 24 charted games as a junior, he averaged team-highs of 14.5 points and 7.2 rebounds per game and shot 83 percent from the free-throw line and 52 percent from the field for a Morton team that went 25-8 despite never playing at full strength
  • Also lettered in football (quarterback) and baseball (outfield)

  • Son of Todd and Linda Bisping
  • Sister, Brooke, played women's basketball at Bradley before graduating in 2013
  • Chose Siena because of the business program and the basketball history
  • Was diagnosed with an iron deficiency after junior season in high school, and after a regimented treatment he experienced a noticeable difference in his energy levels


Nickname: Biz
Major: Finance
Instagram Handle: BrettBisping31
What I like most about Siena: Greg Dashnaw (head athletic trainer)
What I like most about Coach Patsos: His energy
Player I most relate to on the team: Evan Fisher. What a guy.
Best Moment at Siena: Winning the CBI Championship
My goal for the upcoming season: Win the MAAC Championship
My biggest fear: Needles
If I was stuck on a deserted island, the one thing I would bring: My fiance, Dana Sauer
My before game routine: Always take a nap
Best advice I have ever received: Nobody cares about your excuses, only the results
If I could meet anyone, it would be: Jesus Christ
Sport/position I always wanted to try: Water Polo
When I'm not playing, you can fine me: In the weight room
If I could have any pet, I would have: A monkey
My biggest fan: My mom, Linda Bisping
Person I most look up to: My dad, Todd Bisping

TV show: The Big Bang Theory
Class at Siena: Oral Communication
Vacation spot: Destin, FL
Color: Blue
Sports Team: Kansas City Royals
Flavor of ice cream: Cookies and cream
App: Bible App
Animal: Monkey
Food: Steak
Movie: Lord of the Rings trilogy
Pro athlete: Michael Jordan
Pro basketball team: Bulls
Actor/Actress: Clint Eastwood