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Bobby Castagna joins his 'son,' Carmen Maciariello, with Siena basketball

Bobby Castagna is getting back into college coaching for the first time since 1999, when he was a University of New Hampshire assistant and Shenendehowa graduate Carmen Maciariello was one of his players. This time, he’ll be working for Maciariello, the Siena men’s basketball head coach, who announced on Wednesday...
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Siena basketball coach Carmen Maciariello 'loves' reshaped roster

The grind never stops for a college basketball coach – even six weeks after the season ends. That’s become especially true with the NCAA transfer portal now jammed with more than 1,400 players, according to verbalcommits.com. “It’s like a constant process now with the transfer portal and scheduling (games for...
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Siena men's basketball coach Carmen Maciariello signs contract extension through 2026

Siena men's basketball coach Carmen Maciariello on Wednesday signed a three-year contract extension through the 2025-26 season, a reward for leading his alma mater to back-to-back Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular-season titles in his first two seasons. The agreement comes after Maciariello, a 42-year-old Clifton Park native, interviewed for the...
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Siena basketball coach Carmen Maciariello interviews for Fordham job

Siena men's basketball coach Carmen Maciariello has interviewed for the head coaching vacancy at Fordham University. He has had two interviews and is a finalist for the opening. Maciariello and the Saints are coming off back-to-back MAAC regular season titles. Siena lost to eventual MAAC Tournament champion Iona to end the season.
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Siena basketball coach Carmen Maciariello tested positive for COVID-19

Siena men’s basketball coach Carmen Maciariello revealed Tuesday he tested positive for COVID-19 and experienced symptoms that included fever, chills, back pain and headaches. Maciariello, a Clifton Park native, said he moved out of his house and isolated in the apartment above his parents’ garage for the past week in...