Two-time defending MAAC Regular Season Champion Siena Men's Basketball is set to make its highly anticipated return to the Times Union Center this winter!
The Saints 13-game home schedule features prime non-conference matchups vs. perennial Ivy League contenders and regional rivals Harvard and Yale. Additionally, 11 of Siena's 13 home games are set to be contested on the fan and family-friendly days of Fridays, Saturdays, or Sundays.
Nov. 13 vs. Delaware - 7pm
Nov. 16 vs. Yale - 7pm
Nov. 22 vs. Harvard - 7pm
Dec. 3 vs. Manhattan - 7pm
Jan. 2 vs. Canisius - 2pm
Jan. 9 vs. Fairfield - 2pm
Jan. 28 vs Rider* - 7pm
Jan. 30 vs. Quinnipiac - 2pm
Feb. 4 vs. Rider - 7pm
Feb. 11 vs. Iona* - 7pm
Feb. 18 vs. Marist - 7pm
Feb. 20 vs. Saint Peter's - 2pm
Feb. 27 vs. Monmouth* - 2pm
*Ticket prices for these games are different than listed above
Be there as Siena looks to complete the THREE-PEAT and return to the NCAA Tournament! Season tickets starting at just $75 are on sale NOW, and can be purchased online at sienasaints.com/tickets, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by contacting the Siena Fan Relations Management Center during traditional business hours Monday-Friday by phone at (518) 487-2202. Individual game tickets go on-sale in October.
**All Adult Prices increase $5 on Day of Game**
Per Siena Athletics, the initial Siena Men's Basketball Times Union Center Policy is as follows:
Vaccination or Negative Test: Fully vaccinated individuals must present proof of full vaccination status through paper form, digital application, or the State’s Excelsior Pass upon entering the Times Union Center. Full vaccination status is defined as having completed the COVID-19 vaccination series at least 14 days prior to the date of the game. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated individuals must present proof of an FDA or DOH authorized negative PCR test result collected within 72 hours of the game, or a negative antigen test result collected within six hours of the game, upon entering the Times Union Center. This applies to all individuals aged five or older. Unvaccinated children under the age of five may accompany an adult who has provided either proof of full vaccination status or a recent negative test result.
Masks: Masks are strongly recommended for fully vaccinated individuals, and are mandatory for unvaccinated or partially vaccinated individuals. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated individuals may only remove their masks while seated and actively eating or drinking.The mask requirement applies to all individuals aged two and older
Social Distancing and Capacity Restrictions: New York State Department of Health COVID-19 health and safety guidance does not currently include social distancing or capacity restrictions for events, including large-scale indoor events.