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Syracuse Daily Links - Orange Final Four-Bound According To SI

Sports Illustrated says Syracuse basketball has talent for Final Four run |
"The Orange lacks a transcendent star, but it has enough experience (the 1-2-3 punch of guards Scoop Jardine and Brandon Triche and forward Kris Joseph) and young talent (including top-ranked freshman center Rakeem Christmas) to make a Final Four run."

Ex-Quarterback Donald McPherson Is a Different Kind of Warrior -
"There's an assumption across America that sports will do so many things for our children," he says. "Well, show me. Show me the great men. Show me the sportsmanship. Show me the goodwill. Because too often, I see little of it."

Syracuse University Athletics - Orange Scholar-Athletes
Juniors Lisaira Daniels (Tampa, Fla.) of the Orange softball team and Dan Vaughan (Gibsonia, Pa.), a member of the football team, are the Syracuse University Scholar-Athletes of the Week for the week of April 11, 2011.

Syracuse recruit Trevor Cooney to play in Capital Classic All-Star Game |
The Capital Classic will be played this Sunday, April 17, at the Show Place in Upper Marlboro, Md. Cooney will be part of the U.S. All-Star squad. He is one of six players on the USA squad that have signed with Big East Conference games.

Former Syracuse player Richie Cornwall to receive local Hall of Fame honor |
Cornwall played at Neshaminy High School in Bucks County before coming to Syracuse in 1964. He played on SU's varsity team from 1966 to 1968. As a sophomore, he played on SU's team that reached the NCAA's East Regional finals. That team featured seniors Dave Bing and Jim Boeheim.

SU women's lacrosse team beats Notre Dame |
"The way we played, especially in the first half was outstanding. I think that’s the best game we’ve played all year. Two wins in a row so pretty happy about that," said Syracuse head coach Gary Gait.

Lacrosse bracket projection: April 10 - Washington Times
(1) Syracuse vs. METRO ATLANTIC/Siena - The unbeaten Orange are the obvious top seed at this stage. Siena is among four MAAC teams with one loss in league play, but the only one with a winning overall record. Cornell faces its last, best chance at a signature victory when it visits the Carrier Dome on Tuesday.

Undefeated Orange take on Big Red | The Juice Online
The Orange must figure out a way to slow down Big Red junior attackman Rob Pannell. He comes into this game first in the nation at 5.5 points per game, and is in the running for the Tewaaraton Trophy. Cornell also boasts senior attackman David Lau, who was just named Ivy League Player of the Week, scored a career high five goals and added three assists in Cornell’s most recent game.

Midseason Report: First- and Second-Team All-Americans Thus Far |
Jovan Miller, John Lade, Jeremy Thompson, Joel White and John Galloway make the list.

While you were nerding it up in Newhouse (you nerd), this is what us cool kids were doing in Management. Jealous much?