GENERAL: Siena's all-time leading rebounder (1,151), Rossiter graduates as perhaps the best big man in program history...His 1,457 points ranked 10th all-time on the school's charts at the end of his playing career, and his 167 blocked shots are third most...Emerged as one of the most improved players in the nation over his four year career, leading the Saints to three straight MAAC Championships and NCAA Tournament berths (2008-2010)... Played exceptionally well against some of the nation's top big men during his Siena career.
2010-11: MAAC Player of the Year...The Assoicated Press Honorable Mention All-American (7th in program history)...NABC District 1 First Team Selection...Basketball Times All-District Pick (Northeast)...First Team All-MAAC selection...Preseason MAAC Player of the Year...Preseason First Team All-MAAC...Ranked second nationally with 13.2 rpg and 25 double-doubles...Broke a 61-year school record with 408 rebounds, three shy of the MAAC all-time single-season mark...Led the MAAC with 18.7 ppg...Became first player to lead the league in scoring and rebounding since Lionel Simmons (89-90)...Became program's all-time leading rebounder at Loyola (1/28)...Posted 21 rebounds at Princeton (11/28) and 20 vs. Loyola (2/7)...scored 20 points or more 13 times and grabbed 15 rebounds or more 13 times...Played 35 minutes or more in all but four games...Named MAAC Player of the Week five times (11/15, 11/29, 12/20, 2/21 and 2/28).
2009-10: First Team All-MAAC Selection...MAAC All-Tournament Team selection...Led MAAC and set a Siena Division I record with 379 rebounds (11.1 per game)...Led MAAC with 57.1% field goal percentage...Set school record with 22 double-doubles...Reached double figures in scoring in 27 of team's 34 games and each of the last 19...Reached double figures in rebounding 25 times and in 22 of the last 25 games...Finished third on team with 13.8 points per game...Named MAAC Player of the Week (1/4) after averaging 16.7 points and 12.3 rebounds in wins over Saint Joseph's, Saint Peter's and Mount St. Mary's...Shot 77% from the free throw line (124-163)...Scored career-high 29 points and added 13 rebounds in comeback win over Mount St. Mary's (1/2)...Had 10 points and 18 rebounds in MAAC semifinal win over Rider (3/7).
2008-09: Two-time MAAC Player of the Week (1/26, 2/16)...Led MAAC with a .624 field goal percentage and ranked second with 1.9 blocks per game...Posted a double-double with 16 points and 15 rebounds and added three blocks in NCAA Tournament First Round victory over Ohio State...Averaged a double-double with 13.7 points and 10.7 rebounds during MAAC Tournament...Led team with 7.9 rebounds per game, 10 double-doubles and a .790 free throw percentage...Averaged 2.6 blocks per game in conference play...Scored a career-high 22 points vs. Oklahoma State (11/30)...Pulled down a career-best 18 rebounds in win over Loyola (2/9)...Posted a career-high eight blocks vs. Manhattan (2/12)...Shot 18-for-22 (.818) from the floor over a four-game stretch (1/11-24)...Led team in rebounding 17 times and recorded seven or more rebounds in 24 contests...Scored in double digits 17 times...Made game-winning free throws with two seconds left to help beat Saint Joseph's (12/28).
2007-08: Started 11 games and appeared in all 34 averaging 11 minutes per contest...Led team in rebounding in five games and ended year sixth on squad with 2.9 boards per game...Finished second on the team with 26 blocked shots...Scored career-high 11 points in loss to Fairfield (1/8)...Registered career high 12 rebounds in win over Saint Peter's (1/6).
BEFORE SIENA: New York Daily News All-Star and New York Post honorable mention selection as a senior after leading Monsignor Farrell to the Staten Island Division Championship and a quarterfinal appearance in the New York City Championships...Named an All-Star by the Staten Island Advance and the CHSAA as a junior and senior...Averaged 22 points and 15 rebounds as a senior.
PERSONAL: Born September 14, 1989 in Staten Island...Brother Steve is a senior on the Davidson basketball team...Chose Siena because of the family atmosphere and the Times Union Center...An undecided major.
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