LOUDONVILLE, NY - Siena Women’s Basketball hosts Quinnipiac for a Senior Day matinee on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. The Bobcats hold an 8-0 record over the Saints. Siena will recognize manager Ariana Long, guard Denisha Petty-Evans and forward Meghan Donohue. Siena is also holding their National Women and Girls in Sports Day presented by Clearly Yours.
Chris Watson and Tehresa Coles have the call of the game on both Time Warner Cable SportsChannel and ESPN3. New York residents can watch the game in HD throughout the state on Time Warner Cable Channel 323, in the Capital Region on Channel 50, or online by clicking the watch link at the top of the release to view the game through the Siena All-Access platform.
Viewers outside the State of New York can watch the game on ESPN3 by clicking the corresponding link at the top of the page. The ESPN3 broadcast is accessible online at WatchESPN.com, on smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN app and streamed on televisions through Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The ESPN3 feed will be blacked out in New York.
A.J. Kanell and Steve Amedio have the call beginning with pregame coverage at 1:30 p.m. locally on WVCR 88.3 FM “The Saint”, on. iHeartRadio and through SienaAllAccess.com. Click on the corresponding links at the top of the page to follow the action online. Follow @SienaSaints on twitter for courtside updates and join in the conversation using #SienaSaints and #MAACHoops.
Here’s 10 Things to Know About Today’s Game
1. Siena will recognize all of the women’s sports program for National Women and Girls in Sports Day.
2. Quinnipiac holds an 8-0 record over the Saints. Siena and the Bobcats have never faced each other prior to Quinnipiac joining the MAAC.
3. Siena has two players that rank in the top three in five different categories and as a team they rank in the top three in six categories in the MAAC
4. Sophomore guard Jackie Benitez is ranked first in the MAAC in scoring (16.6), steals (3.3), free throw percentage (.840) and second in three point field goals (2.6)
5. Senior forward Meghan Donohue leads the league with a 57-percent field goal
6. Siena has scored 80 or more points in three games this season, the last time they did that was during the 2013-14 season
7. Siena enters the game with a 10-14, 9-6 record. The Saints snapped their two game losing streak on Friday night against Manhattan
8. Quinnipiac enters the contest with a 19-6, 12-3 conference record. The Bobcats enter on a two-game winning streak
9. Jen Fay leads the Quinnipiac offense with 10.4 points per game
10. The Bobcats took down the Saints earlier this season in Hamden, Connecticut 73-47.