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Syracuse University Athletics - Boeheim Named USBWA Coach of the Year
Syracuse's Jim Boeheim has been named Henry Iba Coach of the Year by the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA). The award is given annually to the national coach of the year.

Squeezing The Juice: An Exclusive One-on-One with Former Orangeman Josh Pace | Otto's Army
Otto’s Army spoke with Josh on the eve of Syracuse’s first-round game with Vermont for the latest installment of Squeezing The Juice. In a lengthy interview, Josh discussed his career after leaving Syracuse — which recently saw him named MVP of the American Basketball Association, where he plays for the Southeast Texas Mavericks — his thoughts on this year’s team, and some of his memories about that magical run in 2003.

Lacrosse Magazine :: A Publication of US Lacrosse : DaSilva: Why Some Teams Make the Leap
But do we ever stop to think of why teams such as Syracuse’s men or Northwestern’s women have such enduring success? Why Drexel and Lafayette can surface from mediocrity, but their state’s flagship men’s lacrosse team, Penn State, gets mired in it?

Butler's Stevens shows signs of Syracuse coach's greatness | | The Indianapolis Star
Brad Stevens had to laugh. The question was simple, if a bit trivial: Do you realize Jim Boeheim has been a head coach longer than you've been alive?

NCAA tournament: Looking ahead to the Sweet 16 - ESPN
If Syracuse and Kentucky can get by Butler and Cornell, respectively, possible epic Elite Eight games would await both. This isn't to dismiss Xavier against Kansas State or Washington versus West Virginia. But it's not hard to debate that 1-2 matchups in the West and East would provide the NCAA tournament with the headline matchups it needs heading into Indy.

Upstate New York has 'a Tobacco Road feel' |
Syracuse is the signature program in upstate New York and the Orange have never had another team from so close tag along with them so deep into the tournament. That it’s an Ivy League school makes it that much more amazing.

Would Carmelo Anthony be a good fit for the New York Knicks? |
According to an article in the New York Post today, former Syracuse and current Denver Nuggets star Carmelo Anthony will likely be on the New York Knicks' wish list next summer (LeBron James has been mentioned as a Knicks target this year).

Syracuse lacrosse captain Joel White is Big East defensive player of the week |
Junior longstick midfielder Joel White became the third Syracuse University lacrosse player in four weeks to be honored as Big East defensive player of the week when the awards were announced Monday afternoon. Senior close defender Matt Tierney won the award on March 1 and 15.

March Madness For The NBA Fan: How Have Top Prospects Fared Thus Far? - SB Nation
I was thoroughly impressed by what he did to Gonzaga. It's more than the numbers - 31 points, 16 rebounds - it's how he got his points. The 31 points came on just 16 shots, and the 16 rebounds came against a very strong Gonzaga frontcourt. Johnson may not be adept at creating his own shot, but he showed that he's able to get his numbers without going out of his way to disrupt the offense.

Mellow Wes Becomes Melo Wes | Otto's Army
You can not compare the second round to the Final Four, but you can compare the dominance and yesterday Wes Johnson did what stars do.

The name of this video is "syracuse is in the ncaa sweet 16" After that, I'm not quite sure what's going on.