Jan. 12, 2004
Baltimore, Md. - Looking for its first win of the season, the Greyhounds open a three-game home set with Siena this Tuesday night at Retiz Arena. The Saints enter the match-up on a 10-game slide and both squads need a win to get back into the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference race. Listen Live
Both teams have played 13 games and both are 0-4 in MAAC action this season. Siena began the year with a 3-0 record, but has lost its last 10 and stand at 3-10 overall. The Greyhounds are 0-13, losing six of those games by single digit totals.
On Friday night, Loyola led Marist by nine points at halftime, but went cold from the field in the second half. Charlie Bell, who leads the team with a 15.2 points per game average, led Loyola with 12 points against the Red Foxes.
Tuesday night's game will be Siena's first contest since a January 6 meeting with St. Peter's. The Greyhounds just wrapped up a seven-day stretch in which they played four times. Tuesday's game will be Loyola's fifth in 11 days.