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2000s Game 2

This matchup has been pegged one of the toughest in the entire all-time player bracket. Teammates for 4 years, these two players were both key cogs in the greatest era of Siena basketball. The matchup? Edwin Ubiles (4) vs Ronald Moore (5). Ubiles and Moore won three MAAC tournament titles, had three NCAA appearances, and won two NCAA tournament games vs Vanderbilt in 2008 and Ohio St the following season. Here’s a look at the matchup:

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Edwin Ubiles (4): Ubiles played for the Saints from 2006-2010 and is number three all-time in points scored with 1,939. He led the team in scoring in both his sophomore and junior seasons. His 577 points (17 ppg) in his sophomore season ranks as the 8th highest point total in a season. During a matchup that season vs Loyola he scored 37 points, the 9th best single game total in Saints history. Ubiles was more than just a great scorer, he was a terrific all around player. His 560 career rebounds is 18th all-time while his 273 career assists rank 16th all time. To add some icing to the cake he is 10th all time in blocks with 95 and 9th all time in steals with 157.

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Ronald Moore (5): ONIONS! The Maestro played for the Saints from 2006-2010. He was the key to the Siena offense with his fantastic ability to distribute the rock. He not only is the Siena all-time assist leader with 823, but is also the MAAC leader and 23rd all-time in NCAA history. Despite these stats, Ronald might be best known for 2 shots he took in the NCAA tournament against Ohio State. He hit a game tying three at the end of the first OT only to follow it up with another at the end of the second OT to win the game. Those 6 points were only a small sample of the 1,070 career points Ronald scored, 33rd all-time. Ronald is also third all-time in steals with 223 including an impressed 64 his senior season.

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Edwin Ubiles (4) vs Ronald Moore (5)

  • Ronald Moore (5) (56%, 31 Votes)
  • Edwin Ubiles (4) (44%, 24 Votes)

Total Voters: 55

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Polls close 11:59pm on the 16th.

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