Ryan Rossiter

Siena Saints #22 - Forward

  • Height: 6-9
  • Weight: 260

The Basketball Tournament: Gaelnation and Saints Alive knocked out after two rounds

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Siena and Iona TBT Alumni teams take early exits from TBT

Boeheim's Army vs. Liberty Ballers GameThread

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Boeheim's Army returns to the battlefield (court?) for some TBT action.

TBT: A Look Ahead for Boeheim's Army

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The team gets ready to face its next opponent this weekend in Chicago.

Boeheim's Army Survives, Advances to Super 17

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Boeheim's Army survives Eric Devedorf's ejection and moves on to the second weekend of The Basketball Tournament.

Canton Charge Coach Wins NBA D-League "COY" Honors

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Alex Jensen of the Canton Charge was named the 2012-13 NBADL "Coach of the Year." There's probably no one more deserving of the honor than him.

Ryan Rossiter Making Strides For Canton Charge

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Since being selected by the Canton Charge in last fall's NBADL Draft, Ryan Rossiter has emerged as a recent starter in his team's lineup. The forward's gritty efforts have assisted his team in...

Ryan Rossiter Entering 2012 NBA D-League Draft

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After playing a season overseas, Siena College alum Ryan Rossiter is looking towards the D-League for some exposure and a chance to prove he has the skills to make an impact on an NBA team.

Q/A with Siena Blogger Matt Restivo

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Check out our Question and Answer session with Siena Saints Blog!

Seton Hall Basketball: JP's Summer League Journal, Part 2 (T&T Coast- 122; Seaview Jeep- 115)

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This was a vastly better game than the first one I attended last week and T&T Coast is a much better team that featured forward Ryan Rossiter, the reigning MAAC Player of the Year from Siena, as...

Seton Hall Basketball: 2011 JSBL Rosters Released

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Seton Hall Basketball: 2011 Jersey Shore Basketball League Rosters Released

After three years, Hazell and Battle meet again in Portsmouth Invitational

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After three years, Hazell and Battle meet again in Portsmouth Invitational

2011 Championship Week(s) Primer

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My disdain for the BCS - or, more accurately, college football's complete and utter lack of a postseason that caters to the basic principles of sport - has been pretty well documented here. It's...