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- Siena Basketball Hands Out Year End Awards
- Willem Brandwijk Transferring From Siena
- Clareth and Degnan Named Siena Captains
- Jackie Benitez Leaving Siena
- Siena Beats Monmouth: What Happened At Half Time?
- Postgame Comments Following Siena Semifinal Win Over Monmouth
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- Postgame Comments Following Siena Win Over Fairfield
Rosters Chosen For Siena Legends Game
- Updated: July 17, 2012
With the first selection in the 2010 Legends Game Draft, Team White selected, Ryan Rossiter ’11. With that pick the draft was underway for the first ever Siena Legends Game to be held on Thursday. Team Green was up next. Having been granted the second and third picks, they selected Kenny Hasbrouck ’09 and Ronald Moore ’10 reuniting the former team mates.
After opening remarks from current Siena Head Coach Mitch Buonaguro the draft kicked off and the trash talk began as Rossiter, Moore, Hasbrouck, and Prosper Karangwa ‘03, the 4th pick overall exchanged jabs in anticipation of what is about to take place on the court Thursday night.
In addition to Rossiter, Prosper Karangwa ’03, Tay Fisher ’08, Clarence Jackson ’11 and Josh Duell ’09 will start for the “White” team coached by Mitch Buonaguro. Michael Haddix ’07, Marc Brown ’91 and Antoine Jordan ’06 join Moore and Hasbrouck as starters on the “Green” team coached by former Siena coach John Griffin.
NewsChannel13 sports anchor Rodger Wyland, Troy Record sports writer Andrew Santillo and Siena season ticket holder Mike O’Brien drafted the “White” team. The “Green” team was drafted by CBS6 Sports anchor Doug Sherman, Schenectady Gazette columnist Mike MacAdam and Siena season ticket holder Robert Reynolds.
Andy Grazulis ’92 was also on hand as was former Siena head coach Fran McCaffery, now head coach at Iowa.
Advanced tickets are priced at $12 for adults and $7 for children 12 and under and can only be purchased online at www.SienaSaints.com/Tickets through 12 p.m. Wednesday. Day of game tickets will be sold at the Box Office located inside the Marcelle Athletic Complex beginning at 4:30 p.m. and are priced at $15 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under.
Doors open to the public at 4:45 p.m. Thursday with a “Meet and Greet” with legends and alumni scheduled for 5 p.m. A three-on-three tournament will take place at 6 p.m., and the final event before tip-off will be a shooting competition.
Legends Team White
No. Player Years POS HT Hometown
2 Andy Cavo 1999-02 F 6-6 New Hartford, N.Y.
3 Prosper Karangwa 1999-03 G 6-7 Montreal, Quebec
3 Tay Fisher 2004-08 G 5-9 Kingston, N.Y.
10 Tom Huerter 1987-91 G/F 6-6 Ballston Lake, N.Y.
12 Josh Duell 2006-09 F 6-7 Scotia, N.Y.
12 Scott Knapp 1997-01 G 6-3 Sherrill, N.Y.
13 Clarence Jackson 2007-11 G 6-4 Marlton, N.J.
14 Melvin Freeny 1996-99 G 5-11 Gainesville, Fla.
22 Ryan Rossiter 2007-11 F 6-9 Staten Island, N.Y.
30 Monty Henderson 1985-89 F 6-7 Mt. Vernon, N.J.
32 Micah Ogburn 1995-00 G 6-4 Chillicothe, Ill.
34 Dwight Walton 1986-87 G/F 6-5 Montreal, Canada
44 Andy Grazulis 1988-92 F 6-6 Westland, Mich.
44 Geoff Walker 1994-98 F 6-6 Kalamazoo, Mich.
Head Coach – Mitch Buonaguro (Siena 2010-Present)
Honorary Coach – John Nigro
Legends Team Green
No. Player Years POS HT Hometown
4 Marc Brown 1987-91 G 6-0 West Orange, N.J.
10 Brian Bidlingmyer 1991-95 F 6-6 Barberton, Ohio
12 Bruce Schroeder 1988-92 G/F 6-3 Marshall, Mich.
14 Jeff Robinson 1986-90 G/F 6-6 Troy, N.Y.
14 David Ryan 2002-07 F 6-7 Eastchester, N.Y.
15 Mike Buhrman 1999-03 F 6-9 Chambersburg, Pa.
24 Mike Brown 1988-93 G 6-2 Hastings, Mich.
25 Tommy Mitchell 2001-05 G 6-3 Tyler, Texas
25 Ronald Moore 2006-10 G 6-0 Conshohocken, Pa.
30 Antoine Jordan 2002-06 G 6-4 Baltimore, Md.
33 Michael Haddix 2002-07 F 6-6 Vineland, N.J.
33 Lee Matthews 1989-93 F 6-7 Buffalo, N.Y.
41 Kenny Hasbrouck 2005-09 G 6-3 Capital Heights, Md.
42 Corey Osinski 1996-00 F 6-7 Schenectady, N.Y.
50 Doug Poetzsch 1981-85 F 6-6 Massapequa, N.Y.
Head Coach – John Griffin (Siena 1982-86)
Honorary Coach Green Team – Chip Stein