FizzCast: Should We Care About Women’s Lax? : Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting, Podcasts
Yes, I’ll be glad if Gary Gait’s squad wins next weekend. However, it’s not going to knock me back a stage on the grief process. You know, because that other lax team that SHOULD HAVE BEEN IN THE FINALS @!#%! (sorry, I’m on stage two: anger).
Syracuse University Athletics - Orange Season Ends in NCAA Regional
Senior pitcher Brittany Gardner threw the complete game in her career finale as Syracuse (32-26) concluded its historic 2010 season with a 4-1 loss to Maryland in the NCAA Regional on Saturday afternoon.
Challenge Update " Hoya Suxa
No surprise, I'm doing horrible in the Lacrosse Challenge.
The 2010 Rimington Trophy Watch List
Ryan Bartholemew was named to the 2010 Spring Watch List for The Rimington Trophy/
Four-day Target Center workouts begin Monday | StarTribune.com
Wes Johnson among those in Minnesota for four days of workouts that will attract scouts from many other NBA teams.
Former NFL players go back to school -- as coaches - Dave Curtis - College Football - Sporting News
Tyrone Wheatley kick-started his coaching career at Eastern Michigan in 2009 before Nathaniel Hackett, a Syracuse assistant and former Bucs aide, helped him land a job with the Orange.
Florida's Steve Addazio was hands-off while his son, Louie, chose Syracuse University as his football destination | syracuse.com
The younger Addazio instead chose the Syracuse Orange, partly because of his dad's former position on the SU coaching staff.
Where does the Big East rank among conferences? - Big East Blog - ESPN
I'm going to defend the Big East a little bit. I think that, top to bottom, it will be the most competitive league in the country this year. Any one of six teams could contend for the title, while Syracuse and Louisville should be improved. The same can't be said for the ACC, which has some very good teams at the top but also a lot of mediocrity and some real bottom feeders.
Four Star Linebacker From Rochester Commits To….Rutgers | Otto's Army
I was none too pleased as I was leafing through my New York Post this morning and read the blurb about yet another top prospect being seduced by Greg Schiano and Rutgers. I have gotten used to that living in the area, but upon learning that Quentin Gause played his ball at Bishop Kearney in Rochester, well, I have to say it was disappointing if sadly not surprising.