MBB | Role play: Triche adapts to off-guard spot, improves through Big East play - The Daily Orange - Sports
A year ago, he split time at point guard with Jardine, and his primary job was to find Andy Rautins and Wes Johnson for open shots or Rick Jackson and Arinze Onuaku down low. This season, his job is to get open and create from the off-guard position.
Melo’s up-and-down season continues | The Juice Online
"He’s got to have a hard spring, summer and fall," Boeheim said. "When he gets his conditioning there, he’ll be the kind of player that we think he can be."
T-shirt sales help former SU punter Rob Long's family in battle with cancer | syracuse.com
Organized by friends of Rob and his sister Catherine Long, the effort has already resulted in a check for $1,000 being sent to the Longs this week to help defray expenses -- mainly the frequent trips Rob makes from his home in Downingtown, Pa., to Philadelphia for radiation and chemotherapy.
Orange Scouting Report: Syracuse vs. Georgetown | syracuse.com
Since the start of the Big East Conference, Syracuse and Georgetown have met 67 times and in 33 of those meetings both teams were ranked in the Top 25.
Mike's Mailbag: Which walk-on has made a significant contribution? | syracuse.com
I’d have to go with Justin Thomas as the walk-on who made the biggest contribution. He could have been a mid- to low-major Division I player if he hadn’t broken his wrist in high school. He played critical minutes in the 2007-08 season when Syracuse was down to just seven scholarship players at mid-season. Then, he played in the epic six-overtime game against Connecticut in the 2009 Big East Tournament.
Port Huron grid stars ready to move on - Sports - Voice News
Port Huron Northern senior Macauley Hill decided to turn down a scholarship offer to Northwood University in favor of heading to Syracuse University as a preferred walk-on next fall. "I always wanted to play for Syracuse and once the option became available recently I jumped at it," Hill said. "It's amazing and I'm excited for the challenging opportunity ahead."
Syracuse University lacrosse goalie John Galloway earns Big East scholar-athlete honor | syracuse.com
On the field, Galloway’s list of accomplishments is even more impressive. He enters his senior season ranked eighth on the NCAA career list for best goals-against average (7.55) and tied for fifth on the NCAA all-time Division I wins list (44). His overall win-loss record stands at 44-6 in 50 career outings.
Syracuse men's lacrosse team goes back to the drawing board Thursday with scrimmages | syracuse.com
"We need to put some points on the board and get rid of some turnovers," Desko said. "We just need to step up and play our game."
Faceoff: Q&A with ESPN's Mark Dixon - baltimoresun.com
I don’t know if you want to call them a clear-cut favorite, but my chips are with Syracuse. I just think that with the senior class that they have – they’ve got seven seniors who are legitimate All-American candidates and all seven were selected in the Major League Lacrosse draft and they were all gone, I think, by the fourth round of an eight-round draft – that just really speaks to the talent that Syracuse has.