Oct. 29, 2010
LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. - While the official start of Siena's men's basketball season is still a few weeks away, fans can get their first taste of both the men's team and Siena All-Access Saturday afternoon. The three-time defending MAAC Champions will take the floor at 2 p.m. for an exhibition against Adelphi, and you can watch or listen to all the day's action at Siena All-Access free of charge!
Robert Lee and Tom Huerter return to the booth for their ninth season together and will have Saturday's call, which will air locally on the home of Siena Basketball Talk 1300.
Siena All-Access is the official home of exclusive media coverage for both the men's and women's basketball teams. Subscribers will be able to watch live video of all home contests, and will also be able to view exclusive Coaches' Shows and media luncheons.
Individual game video streams can be purchased at a cost of $7.95 per regular season game, but those looking to see all the action in 2010-2011 will once again have the option of buying season packages. The men's package is available for $79.95 (less than $6 per game, a $30 savings over the course of the season), while the women's package can be purchased for $59.95 ($4 per game, nearly 50% off the normal per-game price).
In addition, through a new, special feature, all games (including Saturday's complimentary exhibition game) can be viewed by fans on their iPhone, iPad or iTouch. Fans can simply log on to SienaAllAccess.com through their internet connection on their Apple device before signing up for a season package or logging in to watch the game live in the palms of their hands! Siena is one of the first schools in the country to offer this feature, and Saint fans should look forward to taking full advantage of it.
Fans will have complimentary access to free audio for every men's basketball game, weekly Radio Coaches' Shows, and Media Luncheons as well as video coverage of Siena Saints Weekly, Saints Alive! Coaches Shows (produced by Time Warner Cable), game highlights, player features and postgame press conferences at SienaAllAccess.com. Fans can also download any of these special features as free podcasts through iTunes.
Additionally, all features are archived after their conclusion and available to access at any time.