Syracuse University Athletics - Legends of the Pen: It Will Be #3
That will make this team, Jim Boeheim’s 35th and one not without flaws to be sure, tied for the third-winningest in SU regular-season history. Only last winter (28) and 1990-91 (26) did the Orange win more games during the regular season. In ’88-89, SU also took a 25-6 mark into the Big East Tournament’s Garden party.
Update on Syracuse basketball recruits Michael Carter-Williams, Trevor Cooney, Rakeem Christmas | syracuse.com
Carter-Williams scored 33 points, grabbed eight rebounds and had five assists to lead St. Andrew’s to a 69-60 victory over Vermont Academy in the quarterfinals of the NEPSAC playoffs on Wednesday.
Syracuse offers Joe Bolden | High School Sports Blog
Joe Bolden (6-3, 225) also has offers from UC, Indiana, Boston College, Ohio University, Miami University, Arizona, Stanford, West Virginia, Northwestern, Illinois and North Carolina.
Otto's Army : Ask The Army: Big East Tournament Best And Worst Case Scenarios
As we gear up for the tournament before the tournament, we ask the question, what is the best and worst case scenario for Syracuse in the BET?
Mike Couzens Bids Adieu To Fizz Nation : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
Mazel Tov to Mike, who has been named broadcaster for the Dayton Dragons.
WBB | Seal the deal: With win over bottom-feeder Seton Hall, SU could ensure NCAA Tournament berth - The Daily Orange - Sports
Ten days of waiting. That's what the Syracuse women's basketball team would be saddled with if it loses to Seton Hall on Friday. Ten days full of anxiety, question marks and overall powerlessness as the days inch closer to Selection Monday and the Orange's NCAA tournament fate
Orange::44: DePaul - Syracuse Preview
While they may get better next season and the years to come, they are absolutely terrible now. Syracuse leads them in every statistical category. This is no surprise.
SB Nation New York 2011 Big East Basketball Awards: Dwight Hardy Our MVP Choice - SB Nation New York
"I think Walker will be a top-10 NBA point guard by next season. But this is also a reflection on the relative scarcity of sure-NBA players in this year's Big East. Rick Jackson of Syracuse and Yancy Gates of Cincinnati have a chance to be solid backup forwards at the next level.
The Syracuse Women's Tennis team's season is in full swing (groan):