LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. - Siena Soccer continues its latest quest for the program's first MAAC Championship when the Saints host Monmouth at Siena Turf Field at 3 p.m. The match will be webstreamed online in HD exclusively at SienaAllAccess.com.
Today's match is the third of six scheduled Siena All-Access men's soccer broadcasts this fall, as each of the Saints' final six home contests will be streamed online in HD at SienaAllAccess.com. Today's contest will be broadcasted with play-by-play by Rachel White. Siena Soccer matches can be viewed individually for $7.95, or purchase a season package which includes all six home matches for just $35.95, nearly a 25% savings off the per-game price. To watch today's match or purchase a Siena Soccer season package, click the corresponding links at the top of the page.
In addition to streaming game broadcasts online, Siena remains one of the few schools in the country to stream live sporting events directly to your smart phone. Viewers can catch all the action on their iOS (Apple) devices as well as those that support Adobe Flash 10.1 or greater (Android devices) in addition to their laptops, desktops and tablets.
Features to the Siena All-Access platform include live stats and ticker updates with important game information and twitter updates. Additionally, all games are archived upon their conclusion and can viewed at any time through the on-demand feature.
Siena (4-6-2, 2-1-0) enters the match sitting fifth in the MAAC standings. The Saints look to build off their first conference loss at Rider where Siena fell 2-1. Monmouth leads the all-time series against the Saints 3-0-1. When the two conference foes met last October the Hawks picked up a 2-0 victory.
The Saints offense is led by Junior Rosero, Alexander Tejera and Matt Crisafulli who have all netted three goals each. Connor McGlynn has dished out a team-high four assists for the Saints. Aleksa Radosavljevic holds a .731 save percentage and a 1.50 goals against average entering today's match.
Siena ranks second in the MAAC with 17 goals scored this season, while Monmouth ranks eighth with 12 goals scored. Radosavljevic ranks second in the MAAC with 49 saves and third with 4.08 average saves per game. Eric Klenofsky of Monmouth is ranked 10th with 22 saves on the season.
Monmouth earned a pair of 1-0 victories last week against Rider and Niagara. The Hawks have won four of their last five to rise to the top of the league standings where they are tied with Fairfield and Quinnipiac. Eric Klenofsky and David Nigro were named MAAC Defensive and Offensive Players of the Week, respectively on Oct. 10.