UAlbany road win, Siena winless at Old Spice
Siena led by 16 points in the second half, but the Boilermakers scored the game's final nine points, to post a 68-63 victory.
Here is postgame reaction from coach Jimmy Patsos, provided by the Siena athletic department.
It was the second time in eight days that the Boilermakers and Saints had met, with Purdue winning the two contests by a combined 13 points.
The Saints lost to Memphis, Saint Joseph's and Purdue at the Old Spice and still have never won a game at this event.
In 2008, Fran McCaffery's eventual Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference champions, lost to Oklahoma State, Tennessee and Wichita State.
This year's bunch of Saints need to regroup quickly, as they open MAAC play on Friday, traveling to the Buffalo area to take on Niagara (Friday) and Canisius (Sunday).
On the other side of town, the University at Albany is back over .500, following Sunday afternoon's 66-55 victory over New Jersey Institute of Technology.
The win is the Great Danes' second victory this season over the Highlanders.
Senior guard DJ Evans led the way with 17 points, which is good since I wrote about him for Sunday's paper.
UAlbany travels to Holy Cross on Wednesday evening.