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Syracuse University Athletics - An Inside Look At SU Athletics, bE Magazine Now Available Online
The online edition features video content of recent happenings in Syracuse Athletics. The fifth annual Cuse Awards can be viewed in its entirety, along with an exclusive interview with Little and voice of the Orange Matt Park. Little, a 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, joined the Syracuse staff in June as the Special Assistant to the Athletics Director and is featured on the cover of this summer's edition.

Syracuse University lacrosse team is the choice for third member of Maltz clan |
Dylan Maltz, the younger brother of Syracuse University lacrosse freshman attackman Derek Maltz, told the Washington Post he will follow his brother to SU and play for the Orange in 2013.

Future Stars Shine at Under Armour All-Star Games - Lacrosse Magazine
Wardwell heads this fall to Syracuse, a team that is looking for a starting goalie to replace four-year starter John Galloway, now with the MLL's Rochester Rattlers. The Orange have three returning goalies on the roster, and Wardwell incoming. "I can't wait to get there," Wardwell said. "When I first committed, the [coaches] said since Galloway is gone, it's going to be an open competition to see who gets it. It's not going to be easy."

Syracuse University Athletics - All-Time Great Erica Morrow
Erica Morrow ended her career as Syracuse’s all-time leader in minutes played with 4,163. The Brooklyn, N.Y. native is second on SU’s all-time scoring chart with 1,658 points. Morrow also ranks second in games played and started with 130.

Syracuse University Athletics - Leigh Ross Named Coach of the Year
Syracuse University head softball coach Leigh Ross and her coaching staff were named the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Great Lakes Region Coaching Staff of the Year after leading Syracuse to its best regular-season performance in program history.

Syracuse Elite Camp Recap
It was good to finally get to the Dome, a building with such tradition. I got a chance to chop it up with Dan Olson, as well as the Syracuse staff on what was needed to continue their growth in the Big East. Coleman feeling little pressure to choose
While Syracuse would have to be considered the frontrunner, no one is counting Calipari out with Coleman, who has made it clear with his recent quotes that he feels no pressure to make a college decision.

Hornets Hope To Use Draft To Build For The Future - WWL - AM870 | FM105.3 | News | Talk | Sports
Also at the minicamp was Darryl Watkins, who was one the last cuts of Hornets training camp last season and went on to play professionally in Lebanon.

Orange overseas: U.S. soldiers have Syracuse basketball and football with them in Afghanistan |
Two photos show the SU basketball on the front seat of an armored vehicle. Another shows six soldiers from the 3rd Brigade Combat Team’s 2-87 Infantry Regiment posing with the ball. "The football and basketball are currently going on Combat Operations,’’ Rosa wrote in the email. "Soldiers from each unit in the Brigade are signing and taking tons of photos with the items. It is a real morale booster, Sir!!!’’

ESPN analyst: Syracuse University recruiting is steadily turning a corner |
"All of the kids that I have talked to that have committed to Syracuse pretty much say the same two or three things – A, Marrone has them headed in the right direction; B, it’s a wonderful family-type atmosphere he has cultivated up there among the coaching staff and players; and C, obviously the tradition in academics that Syracuse University brings to the table."

Chandler Jones highlights!

Here's some highlights of '12 recruit Keon Collier from one of Syracuse's recent mini-camps.