The Orange men's and women's teams have taken Syracuse Athletics to new heights in 2012-13 and it's time to celebrate their achievements! The student-athletes, coaches and staff will gather for the seventh annual 'Cuse Awards on Monday, April 29 at the Goldstein Auditorium in the Schine Student Center on the SU campus. The awards show will begin at 8 p.m. and will be televised by Time Warner Sports Cable and on Orange All-Access.
From 2009-12, 20.6 percent of upperclassmen on the football team majored in communication and rhetorical studies, while 11.7 percent majored in child and family studies. On the 2012-13 men’s basketball roster, three of nine upperclassmen majored in child and family studies. The most popular majors in the university as a whole are psychology, information management and technology and architecture, according to Maurice Harris, dean of undergraduate admissions.
Megill anchored an Orange defense that limited Notre Dame to a season-low four goals in a 10-4 victory against the Irish Saturday at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic. Individually, Megill held preseason All-BIG EAST performer Sean Rogers to no points and only one shot. Overall, Notre Dame managed just one goal in the second half and the Orange defense shut them out for the game's final 19:58.
Syracuse University women's basketball head coach Quentin Hillsman has announced the addition of 5-11 guard Isabella Slim to his 2013 incoming class. A native of Amsterdam, Netherlands, Slim has signed a National Letter of Intent becoming the fifth member of the Orange's freshman class that was already ranked 10th-best in the country. Slim has played her club basketball for CTO Amsterdam since 2010. She is currently a member of the Dutch U18 and U19 National Teams after playing for the U17 national squad in 2012.
The first sports stories that gripped me and my brother — ones that still do — were told by my dad.
The number of former Syracuse football players headed to NFL rookie minicamps in early May grew on Monday morning. Offensive lineman Lou Alexander is headed to the New Orleans Saints.
"They need wide receivers," Lemon said. "They need someone besides Andre Johnson, and they'll give me every opportunity to make a name for myself and get one of the spots. If I can play special teams, then I have a high chance of making the active roster."
Count Syracuse as an interested observer in the Isaiah Whitehead sweepstakes.
Galaxy Communications will sign a five-year extension with Syracuse University to continue to broadcast Syracuse University football, basketball, and lacrosse.
With some crucial NBA draft decisions shifting the college basketball landscape, Jason King updates his early Top 25 for the 2013-14 season.
Unfortunately, Syracuse seems poised for another brutal offensive year. There were basically only four guys on the team that could score last year, and three of them are gone. The real problem is the lack of depth on the perimeter.