LOUDONVILLE, NY - Siena Women's Basketball Quinnipiac for National Girls and Women in Sports Day presented by Clearly Yours in the Alumni Recreation Center on Sunday, February 11 at 2 p.m. The Saints will recognize all of our women's teams at halftime of the matchup.
Chris Watson and Tehresa Coles have the call of the game on ESPN3 and myspectrumsports.com. The ESPN3 stream is accessible online through WatchESPN.com by clicking the corresponding link at the top of the page, on smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN app, and on televisions through Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The ESPN3 stream is blacked out in New York. The Spectrum stream is available to Spectrum subscribers online at myspectrumsports.com, and can be viewed by clicking the watch link at the top of the page.
AJ Kanell and Steve Amedio have the call beginning with pregame coverage at 1:30 p.m. locally on WVCR 88.3 FM "The Saint" and through SienaAllAccess.com. Click on corresponding links at the top of the page to follow the action online. Follow @SienaWomenshoop on twitter for courtside updates and join in the conversation using #SienaSaints and #MAACHoops.
Since joining the MAAC in 2013-14, Quinnipiac is 10-0 against the Saints. In the last meeting at the Alumni Recreation Center, the Saints fell 76-60 at the Alumni Recreation Center. Earlier this season, the Bobcats defeated Siena 68-54 in Hamden, Connecticut.
The Saints have won six of the last seven contest and enter on a one-game winning streak following a 44-41 victory over Monmouth. Maddie Sims led the Saints with a career-high 18 points, while Anna Lundquist came off the bench and recorded 11 points hitting three from behind the arc. Siena had previously held Fairfield to just 40 points, which was the least points scored in the Ali Jaques era. The Saints followed that up allowing just 41 points scored by Monmouth.
Quinnipiac has not lost a conference game this season winning 14-straight. The Bobcats are back to their `Gold Rush" rotation of playing five in, five out during matchups. Aryn McClure is averaging 11.1 points per game and 5.8 rebounds, while Jen Fay is recorded 12.1 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game. Fay ranks in the top-five in three-point shooting percentage in the league.
In addition to watching and listening to the game, read both teams' game notes, and follow the action through the live stats by clicking the corresponding links at the top of the page. Social media updates will be provided courtside by following Siena Women's Basketball's official twitter account @SienaWomensHoop. Join the conversation by using the hashtags #SienaSaints #MAACHoops and #MarchOn.