Syracuse University Athletics - Softball Reaches New Heights - Nationally Ranked For First Time in School History
For the first time in the program’s history, the Syracuse University softball team is nationally ranked. The Orange is ranked 25th in this week’s USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 poll. Syracuse, which earned 27 votes in the poll, is off to the best start in school history with a 16-3 record and has won nine of its last 10 games, including the last four.
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim well-acquainted with Big East Tournament's effect on NCAA-bound teams
"We took a straw poll and all 16 coaches voted for it," Boeheim said. "But a couple people in the league didn't want it. So now you could have a ninth-place team that is ranked in the Top 20 playing five games. It just kills you for the following week."
The Dag Bag – How far can SU go? | The Juice Online
If Syracuse gets past St. John’s, it will meet up with No. 1-seeded Pittsburgh Panthers. There are a couple of very good teams currently in the Big East that I feel Syracuse has owned in recent history… Notre Dame and Georgetown come to mind.
If you need BET tickets… - Cuse Country
I didn’t know it was kosher for the schools to sell individual session tickets. I thought it was "booklet or bust" when you went the official route. Maybe this is new policy designed to combat scalping? Or maybe it is scalping — after all, the sales are CASH ONLY. No paper trail.
MBB | 3 things SU needs to do to win the Big East tournament - The Daily Orange - Sports
A new year brought a new Jackson. This year, he needs to continue the dominance that symbolizes his season as a whole. Recently, Jackson said he's more motivated by what happened last season, when he proved — at least for one game — incapable of picking up the slack left by Onuaku's absence.
Syracuse University lacrosse team has work to do on its man-up offense, which is 2-for-16 so far | syracuse.com
"I thought our first couple of man-ups we took some shots from the outside we would have rather worked at a little more," Desko said. "And a couple times we just got robbed. The one near the end that could have put us up four goals at the time when Keogh had one on the crease, he usually buries those. But the goalie made a great save and kicked it out. And I think at the end we weren’t concerned about scoring. We were more concerned about taking time off the clock and finishing the game. That hurt our stats, but you’re playing the percentages."
Poliquin: Wesley Johnson and Jonny Flynn left Syracuse for this? (Well, they are getting paid.) | syracuse.com
If it’s a graveyard, and it seems to be so, the temperature is probably just about right out there in Minneapolis where old friends Wesley Johnson and Jonny Flynn are all but lying in basketball repose.
Carter-Williams Will Look Good in Orange - Hamilton-Wenham, MA Patch
"Syracuse was the best fit for me, it's got what I need," Carter-Williams said in a recent interview. "I like the school, I like the players and with my interest in pursuing communications, it’s a perfect fit for me."
Syracuse University Athletics - Desko, Galloway Earn BIG EAST Honors
Desko earned offensive player of the week honors for the first time in his career after tallying a personal-best five goals against the Cavaliers. He scored three of SU’s five second-half goals to lead the Orange to its first regular-season win against Virginia since 2004. Overall, Desko shot 62.5 percent for the game contest, scoring on five of his eight attempts. He leads the Orange with 10 goals in three games this season after scoring 12 goals in 11 games last year.
Big East Basketball Power Rankings Week 17 - The UConn Blog
There are a few close races, with Syracuse just barely overtaking Louisville for the third spot and Georgetown holding a one-point lead on UConn, but after 18 games, there is a pretty clear hierarchy in the league.
Big East Basketball Tournament 2011 Team-By-Team Preview - SB Nation New York
If there's one thing that New York fans do, its support their local sporting events. On Tuesday, the most exciting annual event, the 2011 Big East Conference Tournament, tips off at Madison Square Garden. And, this year's tournament won't be like the last ones
Kenny discusses a huge blow-out win over the DePaul Blue Demons, looks ahead to this week's Big East Championship and voices his displeasure with Rick Jackson's omission from the All-Conference First Team. And impersonations!