Friday, March 21, 2008

Siena vs. Vanderbilt....Live

15:16 to go in the first half and if there were any nerves for Siena, they haven't let on about them.

The Saints have a lead at 10-6.

Siena has led the entire way so far, getting five points from Kenny Hasbrouck and two each from Alex Franklin and Ronald Moore.

Ross Neltner has four points for the Commodores.

I'll keep my latest blog in bold.

Siena still leading 20-13 with 11:48 to go.

Franklin has headed to the bench with two fouls, but Siena has gotten three's from Moore and Tay Fisher.

A.J. Ogilvy got his first basket on a slam dunk.

Tay Fisher has announced his presence, knocking down back-to-back 3-pointers to give Siena a 26-13 lead.

I'm almost positive Tay is 3-for-3 from downtown, but I'll have to double check that.

There's already been two upsets on this floor, with Western Kentucky knocking down a three at the buzzer and San Diego making a shot with 1.5 seconds left to defeat UCONN. That's all I'm going to say about that.

With 6:09 to go in the first half, it's 33-20 Siena.

The Saints have led the entire way, getting the lead as big as 16.

During the timeout, Fisher is on his team to "play like we're down 13."

He's the game's leading scorer with 10, while Ronald Moore has nine.

It's halftime and Siena leads 46-34.

Kenny Hasbrouck has 15 for the Saints, while Tay Fisher has 13 and is 4-for-4 from beyond the arc. Ronald Moore has nine and Alex Franklin only played seven minutes.

For the Commodores, Shan Foster has 11 and Ross Neltner and A.J. Ogilvy have each scored eight.

It should be a good second half.

15:50 to go in the game and Siena still leading 48-38.

The only difference is that Siena has missed the shots that seemed to be falling for them in the first half and Ogilvy has four points and has been to the foul line twice in the first 4:10 of the second half.

Franklin got hit with his third and with 18:37 to go headed back to the bench.

11:16 to go in the game and Siena still leading, 58-47.

Fisher knocked down another three and is now 5-for-5 from beyond the arc.

Vandy coach Kevin Stallings received a technical for arguing with the officials after what he thought was a no-call on a Hasbrouck 3-point play.

Hasbrouck knocked down two free throws for the technical.

3:58 to go and the last media timeout is here with Siena still up 69-55.

Hasbrouck has 26 for Siena, while Ogilvy has 18 and Foster has 13 for Vandy.

While, Edwin Ubiles has been slowed offensively, he has really done a good job on Foster.

Siena has won and it turned into a blowout. 83-62. Wow.


Blogger Will said...

Tell Duell he's shooting too many threes.
Send us a postcard from Florida - you might be there a while

- Will

March 21, 2008 at 8:12 PM 

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