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Nathan Olukanmi and the Saints look to even their MAAC record

 
Nathan Olukanmi and the Saints look to even their MAAC record
 

Oct. 19, 2013

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LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. - Siena Soccer looks to bounce back when the Saints host MAAC rival Iona at 1 p.m. at Siena Turf Field. The match will be broadcast in HD online at SienaAllAccess.com.

To watch the match, click on the watch link at the top of the page. A single match passport costs just $7.95 and in addition to accessing Siena All-Access online, fans can catch all the same great video content through their iOS devices (such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch), in addition to any devices that support Adobe Flash 10.1 or greater (primarily Android devices).

The Last Meeting
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No. 2 Iona0
November 4, 2011
Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
End of the Road
For a time this week it seemed as though Cinderella's slipper might be a good fit for the Saints. But on Friday, the clock struck midnight on Siena's season. After playing to a scoreless tie for 110 minutes, No. 2 seed Iona defeated No. 10 seed Siena 4-3 on penalty kicks in the quarterfinals of the MAAC Championships at ESPN's Wide World of Sports Complex.

Added features to the Siena All-Access platform include live stats and ticker updates with pertinent game information and Siena twitter updates. Additionally, all games are archived upon their conclusion and can be viewed at any time through the on demand feature.

The Saints (5-6, 1-2) return to the friendly confines of Siena Turf Field today, looking to snap a streak of four losses in five matches. Since 2011 the Saints are unbeaten in their past seven conference home matches (6-0-1), outscoring their opponents 12-3.

Picked second in the MAAC Preseason Coaches' Poll, Iona (5-5-2, 2-1-1) is coming off consecutive league home wins over Rider and Fairfield.

Today marks the 35th all-time meeting between Siena and Iona with the series split, 16-16-2. The programs are meeting for the first time in two years, following last season's cancellation due to the after affects of Hurricane Sandy.

 

 

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