Syracuse Daily Links - Boeheim Basket Ball & 'Cuse Awards

Jim and Juli Boeheim host annual Basket Ball fundraiser | syracuse.com
The Boeheims hosted the 13th annual Basket Ball on Saturday, taking in thousands of dollars for their charity that has given away half a million dollars to local charities that focus on cancer and kids.

Syracuse University Athletics - 'Cuse Awards on Center Stage Tonight
It’s a celebration of the Syracuse Orange! An opportunity to re-live the accomplishments of the finest Orange student-athletes around. The sixth annual ‘Cuse Awards are tonight at the Goldstein Auditorium in the Schine Student Center on the SU campus. The awards show will beg at 8 pm and will be televised Time Warner Cable Sports.

Q&A with Syracuse alum and Newsday senior sports writer Bob Herzog | The Juice Online
I was hopeful (as a Syracuse alum and hoops fan) that Noel’s friendship with current SU freshman Michael Carter-Williams might’ve brought him to the Orange. But even for a Hall of Fame icon like Jim Boeheim, it’s tough to recruit against Calipari.

Rams Undrafted Free Agents: Syracuse OT Michael Hay Knows About Long Odds - Turf Show Times
In a fight in his home town, Hay was stabbed through the rib change. The blade punctured his stomach and diaphragm and collapsed his lung, according to the New York Post. It was supposed to be the end of his football career. He resumed working out as a redshirt during his freshman season and decided he wanted to not only play football again, but that he wanted to do on a larger stage.

Q&A with ESPN¿s Mark Dixon - baltimoresun.com
I think Syracuse without question has to win the Big East tournament. Their biggest win right now is against Princeton and Princeton’s resurgence lately has helped Syracuse, but I definitely think that the Orange needs to win the Big East tournament.

Ex-Orange tackle among trio arrested for identity theft, fraud | syracuse.com
Miami native Louis Gachelin, who played for the Orange from 2000-03 and spent a year with the New England Patriots, was arrested Monday with two other former NFL players. The three were charged in connection with an alleged scheme to steal people’s identities and file false tax returns in others’ names to collect thousands of dollars in refunds.

Mike Gbinije Could Make ACC History (UPDATED) | ZagsBlog.com
He would have played one year at Duke in the ACC, then will spend a year in the Big East (sitting out as per transfer rules) and then will finish his career back in the ACC with three years at Syracuse once the school changes leagues in 2013. ACC rules do not permit transferring from one league school to another, but in this case Gbinije would be leaving the ACC for the Big East and then winding up back in the ACC when Pitt and Syracuse join the league after next season.

Revised Early College Basketball Top 25 For 2012-13 - SBNation.com
21. Syracuse - The mass exodus from last year's team, which went 17-1 in the Big East, places a considerable amount of pressure on the returning veterans, as well as highly-touted freshmen DaJuan Coleman and Jerami Grant.

All in the Family: Wayne Morgan is Helping Syracuse Land NYC’s Finest : Orange Fizz
"Ebenezer and Augustus – they were up [in Syracuse] with me and they loved it here. They had the time of their lives. The first night when we were back, they kept calling me, talking about the trip and saying how much fun they had. Hopefully they’re going to be coming here."

Gunslinger rocks the boat | NewsHouse | Syracuse University and Community News - S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
She hails from Scotland, rows for Syracuse, and somehow the freshman manages to fire off air pistols in her free time. Her name is Jess Liddon, and we sat down with her for this interview about a her experiences with two rather different competitive sports.

Syracuse Orange Basketball - Getting To Know 2013 Center Prospect Youssoupha Kane
Youssoupha Kane is a 6'10" center prospect from North Carolina in the 2013 class. Kane is originally from Senegal, just like current Syracuse center Baye Moussa Keita. He came to the United States through the SEEDS Foundation. Kane was a relative unknown in the recruiting world until recent weeks, where his AAU play has garnered him some attention.

Syracuse football players John Kinder and Alec Lemon visited kindergarten students at Syracuse Academy of Science and share their experiences.

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