Syracuse Daily Links - Lacrosse Trying To Break 5-Goal Streak

Syracuse University lacrosse team's last two victories were identical in the final score only | syracuse.com
Prior to this season the last time a Syracuse University men’s lacrosse team scored five goals in a game and won was 1982 vs. Rutgers. The last time SU scored as few as five goals in a game twice in a season and won? Try 1931, Roy Simmons Sr.’s first year as head coach when it defeated the Onondaga Nation 2-0, Harvard 2-1 and Springfield 4-3 en route to a 7-4 season.

MoSports.com - McD's East breakdown: Day 2
Rakeem Christmas (Syracuse)- His production can come and go, but Christmas has the tools to be a very effective big man. So far in the practices, he has been quick off the floor and has shot the ball well from the mid-range.

Scout.com: Chad Kelly eager for spring visits
"The visit to Syracuse was good," said Kelly. "From what I saw I think I fit in perfect with their pro-style offense. I don't know yet if I want to stay around here..."

Nazareth’s Jones caps career with stellar performance > YourNabe.com > Brooklyn Graphic > High School
The Syracuse-bound Jones poured in 22 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked five shots to lead the Lady Kingsmen to a 60-54 win against Murry Bergtraum in the New York State Federation Class AA girls basketball championship game Sunday at the Times Union Center in Albany. She opened the game with a 3-pointer on her way to 10 first-quarter points and game MVP honors.

Rob Long and his family get glad tidings from doctors in Philadelphia - brain tumor is gone | syracuse.com
"It was pretty wild," Long said of his meeting with neurosurgeon Dr. David Andrews and other doctors at the center, which is part of the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital complex. "He basically put up a side-by-side of Friday’s MRI versus the MRI from before my surgery, and it was pretty unbelievable...On one hand you could see the tumor, and on the other hand it just looked like a normal brain."

Syracuse University goalie John Galloway named one of 10 finalists for national award | syracuse.com
Syracuse University lacrosse goaltender John Galloway is one of 10 finalists for the 2011 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. The list was released today. Finalists were selected from a list of 20 candidates based on personal qualities that define a complete student- athlete. While on-the-field performance thus far during the college lacrosse season was a factor in determining the finalists, the criteria also includes a high emphasis on classroom, character and community service.

Syracuse University lacrosse players John Galloway, JoJo Marasco honored by Big East | syracuse.com
Against the Wildcats Galloway made 11 saves and anchored an Orange defense that allowed only four goals for the second consecutive game. He recorded a .733 save percentage in the contest and helped shut out the Wildcats for 36:22, the longest scoring drought for an SU opponent this season.

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