LAST WEEK: The week began with the Orange jumping into the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) rankings at No. 73. The same ITA rankings placed top singles player, Emily Harman at No. 93. This is the first time the team, or a player has been ranked since Luke Jensen took over the program. Freshly ranked, Syrause took to the home court on Saturday, and routed Temple, 6-1. On Sunday, the Orange hosted Rutgers, and walked away a 4-3 winner. The win was the 26th consecutive home victory for Syracuse, who has won five straight overall. Syracuse is now 7-3 (3-1).
THIS WEEK: Syracuse looks to continue the winning ways at home with matches against #60 William and Mary (1-6, but they did beat Georgetown) and #25 Yale (6-1)
LAST WEEK: The Orange wore pink for a home tilt with Marquette, and defeated the Golden Eagles 79-63. Kayla Alexander scored 23 points, to lead four SU players in double figures. Alexander also had five blocks, shot 10-13 from the field, and hit the 20-point plateau for the ninth time this year. With the win, Syracuse improved to 16-11 (5-8).
THIS WEEK: A Tuesday tangle in Chicago with DePaul and a Saturday home date with Georgetown.
THIS WEEK: The season begins Tuesday, as the No. 12 Orange host Boston College. On Sunday, Syracuse travels to play Virginia.
LAST WEEK: The Orange (3-2) were off
THIS WEEK: The Cathedral Classic in Palm Springs: Pacific and Northwestern on Friday, UC Davis and No. 16 Arizona on Saturday, and No. 8 UCLA on Sunday.
LAST WEEK: The Orange were off.
THIS WEEK: The Orange (9-20-3, 0-7-3) travel to Niagara for a pair of games against the Purple Eagles (9-14-8, 2-5-3), to close out the regular season.