Scott Knapp 6'3 175 G
Knapp is the best outside shooter on the team and one of the best in the conference.
A clutch shooter who will step up and take the big shot. A point guard who is able
to play the shooting guard position effectively.
1999-2000: Was fourth in the MAAC in 3-point field goal percentage (38.4 %) and
was second on the team in free throw percentage (82.6 %)> Scored 19 points in the NIT
quarterfinal game against Penn State on (5-9) shooting from beyond the arc.
1998-1999: Appeared in all 31 games, including 18 starts. Scored in double figures 18
times. Averaged 11.1 points and 4.1 assists per game. Made 42.1 % of his 3-point attempts.
Set a school record by making 40 consecutive free throws.
1997-1998: Named MAAC's Rookie of the Year after averaging 12.3 points and 3.2 assists per game.
Was named Rookie of the Week five times throughout the course of the season. Named the MAAC Citizens
Communication Long Distance Shooter of the Year, given to the player who makes the 3-point shots.
Named to the MAAC All-Tournament Team after averaging 12.7 points for three games. Led the team in
free throw percentage (90 %) and assists (5.4), and was third in scoring with (9.9).
High School: Finished his high school career averaging 21.5 points and 4.7 assists per game.
Named All-New York State Class B as a junior after averaging 27.8 points and 6.4 assists per game.
Is the state record holder for three point baskets in a career (208) and in a season (108). Holds the school
records for points in a game (49), a season (649), a career (1,897), and assists in a career (407).
Knapp is a great perimeter player and is one of the best three point shooters in not only
the MAAC, but the New York metro area. What makes his pro potential so good is his ability to play two positions
without a problem. Though he plays the shooting guard right now, he has played the point position with great
success, having been the point guard on two NCAA tournament teams. His move to the shooting guard only shows what
a true team player he is. He cna play in the IBA, IBL, ABA 2000, or overseas. If a team is looking for a flat out shooter
you need to look no further than Scott Knapp.
Isaiah Stewart 6'3 195 G
A two year starter a t point guard and Siena's top defensive player the past two seasons. He is an
intelligent player who sees the court well and makes excellent decisions.
1999-2000: Played in every game and started 29 at the point guard position. Set career highs in points (28), field goals
made (6), 3-point field goals made (5), free throws made (11), and free throws attempted (12) against St. Peters. Scored 20
points in a semi-final win over Niagra in the MAAC Tournament. Led the Saints and finished seventh in the conference in
assists (3.3). Finished third on the team in free throw percentage (82.4 %)
1998-1999: Played in all 29 games and averaged 5.3 points and 1.9 rebounds per game. Scored a career high 13 points on three
occasions, against Hartford, Colgate and Canisius. Grabbed a career high 7 rebounds against Iona.
1997-1998: Played in all 29 games and averaged 2.9 points and 1 rebound per game. Scored a career high 10 points against Holy
Cross. Scored 11 points in Siena's win over Manhattan in the MAAC Tournament semi-finals.
High School: Finished his career at Chartiers Valley High School as the second all time leading scorer with 1,237 points, and averaged
17.6 and 6.1 rebounds per game his senior year. Was named to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette Fab Five Team and the Tribune Review Elite
Stewart is an intelligent point guard who thinks pass first. He is a very steady player who does not turn the ball
over. He knows where each player wants the ball and will get it to them at the proper time. A solid shotter who will take the big shot.
A very good on ball defender and has the reputation for being one of the best in the MAAC. As complete a point guard as there is in the New
York Metro area. He has the ability to play professionally in either the IBA or overseas.