ACC Expansion: No Buyer's Remorse | AthlonSports.com
The decision to add the Panthers and Orange, which have had much more basketball success than gridiron fortune over the past couple decades, didn’t provide a huge boost in contract negotiations — something that did not please Florida State. But along Tobacco Road and the other conference destinations the thought process is different. The Panthers and Orange aren’t charging into the league with gridiron fortunes high and the promise of fat BCS paydays in the near future, but the expansion game doesn’t work that way these days — at least not in leagues that can afford to be choosy.
Big East fights with future exes Syracuse and Pittsburgh | Capital New York
As for the Big East, letting Syracuse participate has guaranteed that at least part of the Big East-SEC Challenge will focus on what the conference was, rather than what it is or will be. Excluding Connecticut, a member in good standing, but which faces a postseason ban next season, is at least somewhat understandable. But why Louisville, another member in good standing just off of a Final Four appearance and with Rick Pitino as coach, was left out instead of Syracuse is unfathomable.
2011-12 Syracuse year in review: Basketball’s magical run | The Juice Online
It was one of the most unique teams in Syracuse history, not just because of their success, but also in how they achieved it.
Syracuse University Athletics - Murray Leads the Nation in Scoring
Sophomore Alyssa Murray led the nation in points and goals according to the final NCAA women’s lacrosse statistics. She becomes the first player in school history to finish first in the national statistics in goals. Murray was one of three members of the Orange to finish in the top 10 in the national rankings.
'Cuse Classics: Jim Boeheim, Syracuse basketball fans finally get their championship (2003) | syracuse.com
Syracuse exorcised the ghosts of 1987, finishing off what Derrick Coleman, Rony Seikaly, Sherman Douglas, Greg Monroe and Howard Triche started, to claim the 2003 NCAA championship with an 81-78 victory over Kansas Monday night at the Louisiana Superdome.
Weak Left-Handed Shots: No, Northern College Lacrosse Isn't Dead - College Crosse
The past couple of weeks there's kind of been a panic going on about the state of college lacrosse in the northeast. The NCAA Lacrosse Tournament saw only 1 northern school make it to the quarterfinals (Colgate) and attendance at the Final Four was down as a championship site in Foxborough had nothing but Mid-Atlantic and Midwestern schools playing in it. UMass went undefeated in the regular season but got knocked out right away, Lehigh looked promising but lost a close one to Maryland, usual powers Princeton and Syracuse got knocked out (one much more competitively than the other), and northern tournament mainstays in Cornell and Hofstra both missed it altogether. What's worse, if Notre Dame doesn't lose to St. John's and Yale doesn't go on a hot streak, the Big East and Ivy League both look like one-bid conferences.
Syracuse University Athletics - Orange Slices: Women's Basketball News
Welcome to "Orange Slices," your update on all the news surrounding Syracuse women's basketball. This new feature on SUathletics.com makes it your one-stop shop for all things SU women's basketball. Be sure to check back often for updates and to stay caught up with the Orange.
Syracuse University Athletics - Meet the Orange at Fourth Annual 'Legends & Stars' Event
Syracuse head coaches Jim Boeheim, Doug Marrone, John Desko, Gary Gait and Quentin Hillsman, along with current and former Orange stars, will be on hand to say hello and sign autographs. Former Syracuse legends, such as Rob Drummond, Paul Gait, Chris Gedney, Tim Green and other favorites are expected to attend.
Nation Of Orange - Catching Up With Duke Transfer Mike Gbinije
"First off I thought Syracuse was an established program. I think coach Boeheim is one of the best coaches in college basketball. I just thought it would be a good fit basketball wise. I was cool with some of the teammates that are already there now. I knew some of them in high school (Christmas, Carter-Williams, Cooney). One of my old AAU coaches is there (Autry). So I'm familiar with everybody."
Syracuse University Athletics - Men's Lacrosse Leads NCAA In Attendance
The Syracuse men’s lacrosse team led the nation in home attendance in 2012, averaging 4,447 fans per game for its six home dates. It’s the second straight season the Orange has topped the NCAA’s annual attendance chart.
Ever want to see what it's like at a Syracuse Orange basketball practice. A couple videos from "Jim Boeheim: All Access Syracuse Basketball Practice DVD" popped up on YouTube recently. Funnily enough, neither contain Jim Boeheim but instead show Mike Hopkins leading practice and taking charge. No wonder he's losing his voice (stick around for Mookie in the second video...)