"Do I feel like I can play at the next level? Yes, I feel like I could play at the next level if I had left last year," Bromley said. "But I need to be better to better prepare myself so I can put me, myself, my family in a better position for me to do that."
It sounds like Resnick made up her mind about where she wanted to attend college and play lacrosse fairly early, and it’s little surprise that the 2013 Democrat and Chronicle All-Greater Rochester team member gave the Orange a verbal commitment to play at Syracuse after she graduates in two years.
This is easily Syracuse's deepest position on offense, and it starts with Smith, Gulley and Morris, who are all expected to play significant roles this year. Don't be surprised to see two of the three on the field at the same time.
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Bouie's team, the aptly named Upstate Boys featuring a dozen men from Upstate New York area, would eventually meet up with that North Carolina squad. The Upstate Boys downed North Carolina twice, including the final on Monday, to earn the gold medal in the double-elimination competition.
A source close to Southerland said the former Syracuse University player received an invitation from the team to come work out in Philadelphia. He began working out in Philadelphia on Monday and should continue to train there for the next month and a half.
Like Shafer, Bullough is known to favor an aggressive 4-3 defense with lots of blitzing. That should be music to the ears of Syracuse football fans who came to enjoy the attacking schemes put out by Shafer.
Newton, a Class of 2014 guard whose stock has skyrocketed this summer, has an Orange scholarship offer. His Neumann-Goretti coach, Carl Arrigale, said Newton likely will narrow his list in the upcoming days and that Syracuse would make Newton's cut. Newton is also strongly considering Villanova and Miami on his list of potential college destinations. Other schools of interest include Minnesota, Oregon and UCLA.
"I knew if I transferred it would bring more attention to me and if I dropped out I'd be going against my promise I made to my parents that I would graduate," she told the blog. "I got through the entire BS and reached my goal. I think if people would have just let me live, my college experience would've been better but I don't regret coming to Syracuse because I still had a great three years, met great people, and now I graduate this year with a lot of life experience under my belt."
Here’s a look at some of the bitter of the past 35 years.
Syracuse picked to finish between 5th & 7th, depending on who you ask.