MLAX | Free rein: Former lacrosse great Powell explores interests outside game since leaving SU - Sports - The Daily Orange
For Powell, hunting and music take up much of his time these days. It’s been eight years since he wrapped up his brilliant Syracuse career. He left as the program’s all-time leading scorer and was honored with the Tewaaraton Trophy twice as the nation’s top player. Powell passed up a professional lacrosse career out of college to pursue other endeavors, though. He still stays involved in the game as a color analyst for CBS Sports Network, but he devotes even more time to his budding music career.
Three Idiots on Sports: Ebay Items of the Week: Sean Williams Is Cleaning Out His Closet
After a brief glimpse into the world of online sports memorabilia, it appears Sean is cleaning out his closet as someone is hawking the complete collection of his game worn Syracuse jerseys.
Syracuse Orange Basketball - CIA Bounce: Canada's Premier AAU Program
CIA Bounce is Canada's premier AAU program. Currently in their program is Syracuse target Tyler Ennis, one of the best point-guard prospects in the class of 2013. We recently caught up with Tony McIntyre, owner of CIA Bounce. We discussed his program, their philosophy, and Tyler Ennis.
Syracuse University Athletics - Grant Plays In Jordan Brand Classic
Syracuse University men’s basketball recruit Jerami Grant scored 10 points in 19 minutes in the 2012 Jordan Brand Classic over the weekend. Grant was among twenty student-athletes to participate in the Jordan Brand Classic, an annual all-star game of the elite high school basketball players in the country.
Syracuse University Athletics - Orange No. 1 in Latest RPI
Syracuse is No. 1 in the latest RPI released by the NCAA on April 17. The Orange jumped ahead of unbeaten Northwestern to take the top spot for the first time in school history.
Syracuse Orange Football Going the Right Direction Under Doctor Gross | Bleacher Report
Now in his eighth year at the helm of Syracuse athletics, Doctor Gross is in charge of revitalizing a football program that used to be on par with its legendary basketball team. The Greg Robinson era definitively ended that mantle, and Doctor Gross is trying to climb Everest with a divided team around him. But he is doing it the right way.
MLAX | Maltz tallies career high with 6 goals; Dattilo owns faceoff battle for Hobart - Sports - The Daily Orange
The Orange used a steady rotation on faceoffs, utilizing five different players to try and disrupt Dattilo. Syracuse continued to struggle, like it has all season. Chris Daddio and Megill took more than half of the Orange’s draws, but went a combined 6-of-16.
Annual spring game offers second look at Syracuse University football team | syracuse.com
The Orange will take the field at 11 a.m. for warm-ups and the game is scheduled to begin at noon. Parking and admission are free, and all fans will receive a Syracuse Football poster. Following the game, an autograph session will be held in the concourses behind the east and west end zones.
Help Wanted: Incoming DB Dontez Ford Will Have a Chance to Compete for SU : Orange Fizz
This year’s secondary is a complete mystery. Phillip Thomas was the best player off last year’s crew and he’s gone. He led the team in tackles despite missing the last two games. Shamarko Thomas will be the best returning Orange, but he’s an undersized safety who used to play corner.
Craig Hoffman took a side trip when The Fizz was in Pittsburgh to catch up with Syracuse signee Dontez Ford. He's smart and in the next 90 seconds you'll see why.