Manhattan gears up for Siena
"One of the things you admire about Siena is not just that they’re well-coached and not just that they have very good players, but it’s the support they get," Rohrssen said. "When you play them here in Albany or even on the road. They take up a lot of seats in the Draddy Gym when they come down and they’ve got a wonderful team to support and follow."
The two teams split the season series with both teams winning on their homecourt.
The key will be stopping Devon Austin who scored 26 tonight against Saint Peter's and scored 20 against the Saints in the Feb. 18 73-72 Jaspers win.
For Manhattan, the key will be knocking off the Saints for a second straight time and I just don't think it will happen with possibly 8,000 fans in attendance, who will mostly be cheering for the Green & Gold.
My prediction: Siena 81, Manhattan 69