Sports agent David Falk gives $15M to Syracuse University, gets school named after him | syracuse.com
Sports agent David Falk, who represented Michael Jordan and other top basketball players, has pledged $15 million to Syracuse University. In return, SU will change the name of the College of Human Ecology to the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics, college officials said.
Orange women looking for Sweet (16) win tonight | syracuse.com
Tickets cost $11 at the gate and all seats are general admission. The game also will be aired on ESPN Radio (97.7 FM).
First Glance: Syracuse is out of the hole, at last. Now what? - Dr. Saturday - NCAAF Blog - Yahoo! Sports
The Big Question. Who are those playmakers going to be? If it's anyone in the existing lineup, we sure haven't seen it yet — the running game revolved around Carter, and the passing game has consistently lingered in the bottom half of the conference. Nassib was competent as a first-year starter in the sense that he's not going to give the game away, but he's not going to scare anyone, either.
MBB | Look both ways: Season ends without goals accomplished, but SU's future looks bright - The Daily Orange - Sports
Containing supreme highs and incredibly deflating lows, the 2010-11 season was tumultuous for the Orange. It began with an 18-0 start — the second-best start in Jim Boeheim's 35 years.
MBB | 2010-2011 Grades and superlatives - The Daily Orange - Sports
Most improved - Brandon Triche, Triche adjusted to his new role as the two-guard as the season wore on and became a huge factor in SU's late-season surge. Starting with the Orange's victory at Seton Hall on Jan. 8, Triche scored in double figures in 12 of 14 games to finish the season strong.
National | Former SU lacrosse captain Plunket starts up program at Division III Albright College - The Daily Orange - Sports
Plunket was hired as the first head coach of the brand new men's lacrosse program at Albright College in Reading, Pa., in October. The head coach — a former Syracuse lacrosse player from 2002-05 — has been working the phones all year, trying to fill out his roster to begin play in Division III in the spring of 2012.
FB | SU's Bailey, Gulley look to replace workhorse Carter in backfield - The Daily Orange - Sports
Bailey and sophomore Prince-Tyson Gulley are the two backs atop SU's spring depth chart. Gulley saw significant time returning kicks a year ago, in addition to a few scattered carries. He is now expected to contribute much more on the offensive end.
Poliquin: The Syracuse basketball season is over and despite the Marquette loss, it was a good one | syracuse.com
The Syracuse offense did make 55% of its shots from the field and its defense did force the Golden Eagles to miss 59% of theirs -- and all despite the loss of Brandon Triche, the 6-foot-4 guard who sat out the last 15½ minutes of the scrum with a lower-back injury.
Who will fill Rick Jackson's shoes? A position-by-position look at next season's Syracuse Orange basketball team | syracuse.com
With Jackson gone, one of Syracuse’s young pivot-men must step up. The group includes not just Melo and Keita, but also DaShonte Riley, who redshirted this past season due to a foot injury.
First group of Cuse fans to go into the freezer section and act out a foul shot, complete with players boxing out and a referee calling the action and film it, wins my love forever.