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Football

On Nov. 10, the No. 20 Saints (7-3) fell at home to No. 15 Concordia (9-2) to finish out the season with a score of 21-10. D’aries Davis was the workhorse for the offense, as he had a great day with 193 rushing yards and a touchdown. This season he was able to finish with a total of 1093 yards on the ground and 2729 total which is a Saints rushing record. Tyler Knecht was able to connect on 7 of 18 passes for 141 yards; 78 of those were to Adam Glanders, who had four receptions. Nick Stalworth led the defense with 15 tackles, with teammate Griffin Sobol not far behind with 14, and two for a loss. The Saints had the best season in Siena’s history and look to build off this next year.

Basketball-Men

On Nov. 10, the Saints (2-3) lost at Roosevelt (2-3) 73-58. Keith Jordan Jr. led the Saints, having a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Jordan also had three blocks and three steals in the contest. Josh Winowiecki was another leader for the Saints with 16 points, seven rebounds and a block. The Saints out rebounded Roosevelt 36-31 in the game as well.

On Nov. 14, the Saints (3-3) were able to take down the University of Michigan-Dearborn (1-5) at home 85-75. The Saints had a great performance from the floor shooting a 56.9 percent on the day. The Saints were led by Kevin Smith II, who scored 24 points, had three rebounds and one block. Jaquantay Rouser also had a great game with 16 points, and shooting 4-8 from the three-point line. DeMarco Dickerson recorded a double-double with 13 points 10 rebounds and also had five assists. The Saints travel to Cornerstone Nov. 17.

Women

On Nov. 8, the Saints (2-1) fell at Aquinas (3-2) in a shootout, 59-55. The Saints were led by Sharmaine Wills, who had 10 points and nine rebounds and shot 4-4 from the free throw line. Demi Russell also had 10 points, three rebounds and a steal. The Saints out rebounded Aquinas 46-37 and were able to put up 11 points with that second chance.

On Nov. 14, the Saints (2-2) lost the home opener to the University of Michigan-Dearborn (5-1), 72-65. Kiana Votava was the leading scorer for the Saints with 20 points. She also had five rebounds and shot a perfect 8-8 from the free throw line. Alyssa Larson came off the bench and shot 7-13 with 15 points, nine total rebounds with five being offensive and a steal. The Saints will be back on the road Nov. 17 at Cornerstone.

Bowling-Women

On Nov. 10, the Saints finished 8 of 12 in the WHAC Jamboree No. 2 with a team average over eight games of 826.11 pins. The Saints bowled in four regular games and four bakers in the tournament. The Saints have a couple weeks to perfect their skills as they have the WHAC Jamboree No. 3 on Dec. 1.

Men

On Nov. 10, the Saints finished 7 of 13 in the WHAC Jamboree No. 2 with a team average of 911.39 over the eight games, four being regular games and four being bakers. The Saints will have a slight break as they prepare for the WHAC Jamboree No. 3 on Dec. 1.

All information gathered from the Siena Heights Athletic web site

 

 

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