Siena men's basketball coach Jimmy Patsos resigned amid investigation into abuse of a manager with a mental disorder. The move came more than a month after the end of an 8-24 season that matched Siena’s third worst as a Division I program.
After a scoreless first half, Andrew Hoxie scored his fifth goal of the season on a power play in the third quarter and the visiting Blast added four fourth-quarter goals to beat the Tropics, 5-1, in the Major Arena Soccer League on Saturday night.
With the start of the 2016 college lacrosse season just a few weeks away, here is the seventh installment of a series that offers a preview of the battles for conference championships in Division I. The leagues are scheduled to appear via alphabetical order. Friday¿s visit was with the Ivy League. Saturday takes a spin through the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
Jimmy Patsos will take his Siena basketball team into Reitz Arena, a place where in eight seasons Patsos led Loyola from a 1-27 laughingstock the year before he arrived to making the NCAA tournament for the first time in nearly two decades.
While G.G. Smith wants to move from the shadows cast by his father, Tubby Smith, and former boss Jimmy Patsos, he also wants to keep those ties strong. As a result, Loyola will go on the road to face Texas Tech in its season opener Friday and welcome Siena to Reitz Arena on Nov. 29.
Dylon Cormier is smart enough to realize that he should not expect the Patriot League to roll out the red carpet for him and his Loyola men's basketball teammates as they begin their first season in the conference.
Jimmy Patsos was introduced as Siena's new men's basketball coach on Wednesday — calling the school "my dream mid-major" — as his former assistant, G.G. Smith, emerged as a leading candidate to replace Patsos at Loyola.
Loyola men's basketball coach Jimmy Patsos, who has led the program to its first back-to-back seasons with more than 20 wins as a Division I team, has emerged as one of the top candidates for the opening at Siena.
Despite several reports that have listed Loyola basketball coach Jimmy Patsos as a candidate to fill the opening at Siena, Patsos said Thursday he has not spoken to anyone at the school in Albany, N.Y.