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NY School Preview: Siena College

Siena Saints

Head Coach: Liam Gleason

Assistant Coaches: Tim Cox, Derrick Eccles, Kevin Prunty (Undergraduate Assistant)

2019 Record: 6-7 (6th in MAA conference)

Long Island Representation:

Colin Gleason/Freshman/ Massapequa

Dylan Pape/Freshman/West Islip

Brandon Meir/Sophomore/Smithtown West

Thomas Rooney/Sophomore/St. Dominic

2020 recruits

Andrew Arcuri, Westhampton

Jack Erb, Shoreham Wading River

Jack Cavaioli, Farmingdale

We are really excited about the direction of the program. Siena College and our lacrosse program has an amazing inclusive and family atmosphere. This has cultivated a feeling of fun and high positive energy on and off the field. -Liam Gleason, Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach, Siena College

The 2019 lacrosse season at Siena College will not go down as a particularly memorable one. The Saint Bernards went 6-7 in the first season with coach Liam Gleason at the helm, the sub .500 record was disappointing but seeing as those six wins matched the combined totals of the two previous seasons. Coach Gleason and the Saints are on an upward trajectory. Senior Dylan Pantalone is coming back off an all MAAC first team appearance a season ago, and last year’s all freshman midfielder Tyler Menniti will only get better. The optimism around the program is contagious as Coach Gleason anticipates the Saint Bernards to have their first winning season since 2014.

There is an influx of Long Island talent on the Saint Bernards roster, four members of the 2020 season hail from the Island. Highlighted by FLG summer intern Brandon Meir. Brandon appeared in 12 of 13 games for Siena last season and looks to make a bigger contribution during his sophomore campaign. More are on the way, Siena already has three commits in class of 2020. Andrew Arcuri, Jack Erb, and Jack Cavaioli have signed up to play for Gleason and the Saints. With the new energy and massive incoming of talent heading towards them look for Siena to be a big player in the MAAC for years to come.

 

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