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Rivals.com Basketball Recruiting - Five teams enter team recruiting rankings
There is a distinct international flavor to Syracuse's four-man recruiting class. The jewel of the class is de Melo, a highly skilled 7-footer from Brazil. Not far behind him talent-wise is Waiters, a physical combo guard. Fair is a versatile forward, and rounding out the class is Moussa Kieta - who is a shot-blocking specialist from Sudan.

Trevor Cooney Interview " Cutting Down Nets
Trevor made his big decision this past February on where he will attend school, and chose Syracuse. One major reason was highlighted, "My relationship with the coaches. I had the best relationship with them out of any of the schools. I just got more and more comfortable with them."

Canada the Beautiful : Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting, Podcasts
"Kevin Pangos of Newmarket, the youngest Canadian ever to suit up for the national team, is being pursued by Michigan, Cincinnati and Gonzaga (of course, they love Canadians), but Syracuse and UNLV appear to have interest too. Pangos still has another year of high school (and possibly two, depending on how fast he graduates) before he heads off to college."

Knicks to work out BYU's Fredette - NYPOST.com
Other collegiates expected to go in the second round are Louisville's Samando Samuels, West Virginia's Da'Sean Butler, whose stock has dropped because of an Achilles injury, and Syracuse point guard Andy Rautins.

Greg Paulus Trying Out for New Orleans Saints: Does He Stand a Chance? | Bleacher Report
Paulus, a former elite college prospect and a highly-recruited quarterback coming out of high school, has turned his sights back toward football over the past two years. With a try-out with the New Orleans Saints, it's not impossible that he could obtain his new goal.

Syracuse lacrosse attackman Stephen Keogh fights through first slump of career | syracuse.com
Stephen Keogh is such obvious poison to opposing defenses, his Syracuse University lacrosse jersey should come with this warning label attached to it: Keep out of the reach of lacrosse nets or risk loss of pride, prestige and games.

Update: Syracuse University linebacker Doug Hogue has surgery; expected back in summer | syracuse.com
Syracuse University's athletics department said Friday morning that linebacker Doug Hogue is expected back for the team's summer conditioning program.

SU Football ‘10: Three Questions : Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting, Podcasts
Who is the quarterback? Who’s the go-to guy? Does the defense keep up last year’s pace?

Highlights from the 1987 Syracuse football season set to the music from Back To The Future.  Fun.

The Longhouse Council honors a Distinguished Citizen of the Year each year at its annual Boypower Dinner. Over 1,000 people attend in Syracuse, NY. This year they honored SU Men's Basketball Coach Jim & Juli Boeheim.

Stephen Keogh talks to Dave Rahme about recovering from his recent slump and what's ahead for him and the Orange:

SU attackman Stephen Keough talks about his recent slump