Ruland gives it to Iona; Rohrssen staying put
Here's the link.
Also, the New York Post is reporting that Manhattan coach Barry Rohrssen is staying put and not joining newly hired Steve Lavin at St. John's University.
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Shopping an approximate dollar figure -- $500-550,000 per year -- that is below Big East standards, Seton Hall personnel, a source said, have already spoken to Siena's Fran McCaffery and Richmond's Chris Mooney.
It is believed, though, that McCaffery, whose Saints lost in the first round to Purdue, is looking for a more lucrative contract elsewhere.McCaffery will make nearly that much over the remainder of his contract at Siena.
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LOUDONVILLE — One day before the NCAA Tournament bracket was released, Siena is hoping their bracket isn’t busted.
As the players were being introduced to the crowd on Selection Sunday, junior guard Clarence Jackson came out with crutches under each arm.
Jackson rolled his left ankle during practice on Saturday and said he couldn’t put any pressure on it.
“I’m definitely trying to get back out there,” said Jackson, after the Saints found out they would be playing Purdue on Friday in the first round. “This is a moment you don’t want to miss.”
Jackson started all 33 games and averaged 13.6 points per game for the Siena this season.
LOUDONVILLE - The Siena men’s basketball team will face Purdue in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Tournament.
The Saints (27-6) were selected a No. 13 seed and are in the South Region where they will face the Boilermakers (27-5) on Friday in Spokane, Wash.
Siena will be making their third consecutive tournament appearance and sixth in school history.
The Saints earned the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference’s automatic bid after knocking off Fairfield 72-65 in overtime last Monday.
Siena’s 27 wins tie for the most in program history, matching both the 1949-50 team and last year’s squad.
Purdue enters the tournament after finishing tied for first in the Big Ten with a 14-4 conference record.
Siena and Purdue are meeting for the first time.
The Saints are 2-4 all-time against Big Ten opponents, but did beat Ohio State last season in the NCAA Tournament.
The winner of Friday’s matchup will play against the winner of No. 5 Texas A&M and No. 12 Utah State on Sunday.
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