I cringe when pundits on the teevee talk about a team knowing "how to win" or "not knowing how to win." I mean, geez - you play the game and if you do it better than the other team, you win. No special degrees or prior work experience needed.
Siena hasn't been better than the other team very much in recent years, and even the players who were there for the 21-win season in 2002-03 seem to have forgotten what it takes. So a sophomore shall lead them - Mensah, who sat out most of last year due to injury, followed up the program's first-ever triple-double
with a scorching performance at Niagara. Eighteen of his 29 came in the second half, as he led the Saint(Bernard)s back from nine points down
with 5:06 remaining, and Siena grabbed a key MAAC-opening road W. Knowledge is a powerful thing - the Saints are now 4-2.
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