Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference

Siena coach Jimmy Patsos resigns amid investigation

Siena coach Jimmy Patsos resigned Friday, weeks after the college opened what has become a wide-ranging investigation that unearthed allegations of problems ranging from abusive conduct to financial improprieties within the program.

The move came more than a month after the end of an 8-24 season that matched Siena's third-worst since the school in Loudonville, New York, moved to the Division I level in 1976. Patsos still had the backing of athletic director John D'Argenio after the season and was expected to return, until the college opened its probe when a manager with obsessive-compulsive disorder came forward with allegations of verbal abuse.

Some of the issues found...

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