|Fairfield||D Needham 14.4||A Sidibe 5.7||D Wade 3.9|
|Siena||O Anosike 12.7||O Anosike 11.7||E Hymes 3.9|
Fairfield travels to Times Union Center on Monday to take on Siena. The game tips off at 7:00 EST and you can catch it on TWCS or ESPN3.com. The Stags are 3-7 against the Saints over the last four years. The last time they met (2/5/2012) they won 64-56.
Siena and Fairfield are packed together in the MAAC, holding down 8th and 6th place, respectively.
In a 69-59 win over Rider on February 1st, Maurice Barrow put up 25 points and 10 rebounds for the Stags. He contributes 3.8 rebounds per game in addition to his 9.2 points per game. For the Saints, Rob Poole finished with 13 points and 11 rebounds in the 66-63 win over Manhattan on February 1st. He contributes 5.5 rebounds per game in addition to his 12.7 points per game.
- How does our back look? Fairfield is ranked higher than Siena in the MAAC (#6 vs #7).
- Fairfield beat Siena by 8 points the last time they played (Feb 05, 2012).
- Fairfield has a better overall winning percentage over the last 5 years (62.89% to 56.86%).
- Fairfield players are more experienced than Siena players (15,296 minutes played vs 10,526 minutes played).
- Colin Nickerson is ranked 3rd in the MAAC in steals.
- The Fairfield blocks leader (Keith Matthews) has more blocks than the Siena blocks leader (O.D Anosike).
- The Fairfield steals leader (Colin Nickerson) has more steals than the Siena steals leader (Rakeem Brookins).
- The Fairfield scoring leader (Derek Needham) has more points than the Siena scoring leader (O.D Anosike).
- Fairfield has a better scoring defense (61.2 allowed per game vs 67.5 allowed per game) than Siena this season.
- Better not leave your building. Fairfield has a better record on the road than Siena this season (6-7 vs 2-8).
- The Fairfield assist leader (Desmond Wade) has more assists than the Siena assist leader (Evan Hymes).