Inside the Program: Syracuse Orange lacrosse legend Roy Simmons - ESPN
he Simmons family is synonymous with Syracuse lacrosse. Roy Simmons Sr. first played for the Orange before becoming the school's second coach in the sport's history in 1931. He turned over the reigns to his former player and son, Roy Simmons Jr., in 1970. In his 28 years as Syracuse's head coach, Simmons Jr. amassed a 290-96 record, coached 130 All-Americans and led the Orange to six national championships. He shares his story with ESPN.com as part of our ongoing series, Inside The Program.
Cuse Shows Why It’s #1, Hands Duke 13-11 Loss--Thoughts and Opinions from NCAA Analyst John Carrozza - College Crosse
The play of goaltender John Galloway was superb yet again; posting a season high 16 saves. Galloway has developed into a premier goalie during his tenure at SU and has the hardware to prove his worth. Time and time again he shows poise in the cage and has the presence of mind to make plays out of the cage.
Ballin' is a Habit: POSTERIZED AWARDS: The Winners
The votes have been tallied and CJ Fair came away with two BIAH POSTERIZED Awards this year.
LetsGoGuins.com | YSU Message Boards • View topic - Former Ursuline WR/CB Dale Peterman to YSU?
Joe Scalzo reports that former Ursuline WR/CB Dale Peterman may be transferring in to YSU after a year at Georgia Military College and the City College of San Francisco. A former Syracuse commitment, Peterman was forced to attend a JUCO to improve his grades.
Top basketball prospect Dajuan Coleman plans to take his time to decide on a college | syracuse.com
Just a junior, Coleman said Tuesday he would not commit to a college until mid-way through his senior season. He plans to take all five of his college visits. And he said he has not narrowed his search. Syracuse and Kentucky are in the mix. But so are other schools, he said.
Poliquin: Will Paul Pasqualoni have success as football coach of the Connecticut Huskies? | syracuse.com
Climbing out of that football abyss -- and a 30-65 record over the preceding 95 games made for a football abyss -- was worthy of all the huzzahs accorded Doug Marrone and his Syracuse University football program. But that 8-5 record in 2010, which included four wins by a total of 14 points, may have been as much a commentary on Akron, Maine, Colgate, a diminished Big East Conference and a horrible official’s call in the Pinstripe Bowl as it was on the Orange’s skill set. The point is, if SU can go 8-5 next season (and a trip to Southern California does loom on Sept. 17), it will have to be considered an improvement over last season.
Syracuse University lacrosse team helped offset horrendous game at faceoff X with fierce rides | syracuse.com
"When they’re getting the ball back like they were off the faceoffs," SU coach John Desko said, "to turn around and ride them and keep the ball in our offensive end of the field, that helps us. That helps our cause. We work on riding quite a bit, and it paid off at times today."
Kentucky, UNC Top Our NCAA Basketball Rankings For Next Season - SBNation.com
4. Syracuse - The Orange return all but Rick Jackson from a squad that underwhelmed in Big East and NCAA Tournament play, and add studs Rakeem Christmas and Michael Carter-Williams in recruiting. That's a potent roster even if Kris Joseph and Brandon Triche remain the team's two most efficient players; if Fab Melo and Baye Moussa Keita develop as much as they can over the summer, the Orange could be the Big East favorites come fall. And though Syracuse fans have a love/hate relationship with Scoop Jardine at this point, if he can figure out how to cut down on turnovers and poor shots, he could become the nation's finest point guard. That would make Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician fairly happy, I think.
2011 McDonald's All American Game: Player Evaluations | NBADraft.net
Rakeem Christmas 6'9" 230 PF *Syracuse -- Appears to play with a chip on his shoulder which can be a good thing if he harnesses it.
Canadian Lacrosse Star Cementing Legacy at Syracuse - KansasCity.com
For Keogh, 24, there's a more important number than the 117 goals he's tallied as an Orangeman since enrolling as a freshman in 2008. While he acknowledges the feat, 117 and counting is of far less importance if he's able to capture number three. And if both can happen, great, but he's not one to take credit for his accomplishments.
Syracuse University quarterback Ryan Nassib finds comfort in the 'red zone' | syracuse.com
"Offensively, I thought we looked ahead of schedule," Marrone said, adding that he liked the way his junior quarterback looked. "Ryan Nassib had a good day today. He really had a good feel for what we’re trying to accomplish down there," Marrone said.
Early start time for Saturday's SU football scrimmage in the Carrier Dome | syracuse.com
Saturday’s Day 12 of Syracuse University's spring practice will offer another scrimmage in the Carrier Dome. But the time has been moved up to 9 a.m.
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