LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. - Siena Men's Soccer looks to take a big step towards clinching a MAAC Tournament berth when the Saints host Canisius at 2 p.m. at Siena Turf Field. The match will be webstreamed online in HD exclusively at SienaAllAccess.com.
Today's match is the fifth 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. Siena Soccer matches can be viewed individually for $7.95, and can be viewed by clicking the corresponding link 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.
Winners of six of their last eight, Siena (7-7-2, 5-2) could clinch a MAAC Tournament berth as soon as today. The Saints are in search of the program's third straight MAAC Tournament berth and eighth in the past 10 seasons.
Siena is coming off a key 1-0 road win at Manhattan Saturday, in which freshman Conor McGlynn scored the lone goal with just 2:08 remaining in regulation. The score was the first career tally for the impressive rookie who ranks 31st nationally - and second in the MAAC - with six assists. As a team, the Saints rank 24th nationally with 26 assists this season.
Siena has won all three of its conference home matches this season, and four straight dating back to last season. The Saints have won each of those contests by identical 2-1 scores.
Siena and Canisius (7-7-1, 3-3-1) are set to meet for the 29th time, with the Saints leading the all-time series 16-11-1. The Saints have captured the past two meetings, including a 1-0 triumph in Buffalo last season on a sixth minute goal by David Itoafa which propelled Siena to its first victory at the Demske Sports Complex since 1997. The Saints have won each of the past four matchups in Loudonville, outscoring the Golden Griffins by an 8-2 margin.
Predicted to finish eighth according to the MAAC Preseason Coaches' Poll, Canisius currently holds down the No. 6 spot in the league standings following wins over Monmouth and Saint Peter's last week. The Golden Griffins enter play today with just a one-point edge on challengers Fairfield and Iona for the sixth and final MAAC Tournament spot.