Ryan  Oliver
Ryan Oliver


Inglewood, CA

High School:
Northfield-Mt. Hermon (MA)

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 200



Iona Turns Back Epic Comeback

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


Hot Shooting Leads Saints Past Broncs

Brett Bisping Recorded His 1000th Career Point


Siena Soars Past Iona in Second Half

Saints Get Huge MAAC Win on the Road


Clareth, Ogunyemi Carry Saints Past Canisius

Siena Wins Impressively at Home


Gameday Central – Siena at Marist (Sunday at Noon)

Saints Try for 10th MAAC Win of Season in Poughkeepsie


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


Men's Basketball vs. Quinnipiac (2/28/16)

Men's Basketball vs. Quinnipiac (2/28/16)


Marist 79, Siena 73

Photos from Siena's loss at Marist (2/7/16)


  • Deadly outside shooter with ideal frame for scoring guard position
  • Scorer's mentality
  • Versatile enough to hit pull-ups or slash his way to the basket
  • Has proven valuable on both ends of the court, especially in late game situations
  • Improved defender who will be looked to for leadership and stability in final season
  • Siena's first Division I player from California

  • One of four Saints to appear in all 31 games
  • Averaged 7.3 points and shot 35% from three-point range
  • Started season on-fire, making 12-17 three-pointers in first four games, and averaging 11.8 points per game
  • Ended season with three straight double-digit scoring performances, including 16 points in tough 74-71 season-ending loss to regular-season champ Iona
  • Scored career-high 23 points and made 4-6 three-pointers in home loss to Canisius (2/19)

  • Played at least 20 minutes in 10 of last 12 games and earned start in CBI Championship final (4/5)
  • Played 37 of 38 games averaging 4.7 points and 2.6 rebounds per game
  • All five double-digit scoring efforts came in final 15 games of season
  • Second on team with 38 3-pointers made and .365 3-point percentage
  • Grabbed at least five rebounds eight times, including season-high seven in CBI final (4/5)

  • Played in 17 games before injuring his leg and missing the final 15 games
  • Averaged 2.2 points and 13.1 minutes per game
  • Scored season-high seven points in home loss to LaSalle (12/29)
  • Played 36 minutes and tallied six points and five rebounds in home win over Canisius (1/11)

  • Spent the 2011-12 season at the Northfield Mount Hermon School in Massachusetts
  • Led Northfield Mount Hermon with just shy of 14 points per game, and shot 42.3% (82-194) from 3-point range while adding 2.6 rebounds and 1.3 steals per contest
  • Northfield Mount Hermon went 29-6 on the season and won the New England Prep School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) AAA Championship
  • Played at Loyola H.S. (Calif.) as a sophomore and junior helping team reach the semifinals and state playoffs
  • 3-time All-League selection and a McDonalds All-America Nominee (2011)
  • Named to Top-50 list on the West Coast by HoopScoopOnline and Top-80 in the West by NBAMagazine.com
  • Suffered a torn ACL in his left knee playing in AAU game summer after junior year
  • Sat out senior season and then decided to attend prep school to pursue DI dream

  • Son of Vince and Cynthia Oliver
  • Marketing major at Siena
  • Older brother Vince attended UC Davis
  • Was a child actor, appearing in several TV commercials
  • Volunteered for over 250 hours of community service in high school


Nickname: Rolly
Major: Marketing
Twitter Handle: @Ryanxoliver
What I like most about Siena: The rich tradition
What I like most about Siena basketball: Being able to play at the Times Union Center
What I like most about Coach Patsos: His passion and his knowledge of the world
Player I related to the most: Imoh Silas
Best moment at Siena: Winning the CBI Championship
My dream car: Tesla P85D Model S
Favorite TV Show: Fresh Prince