How much of the future of Syracuse Basketball was on display Sunday in New Orleans? | syracuse.com
What happened in New Orleans over the weekend and what will happen there tonight could sway Noel's decision one way or the other. The question is, what will have more influence on Noel's decision? The time spent in a small, mostly empty gym playing with DaJuan Coleman and Jerami Grant on Sunday or what Kentucky does before 70,000 plus in the Superdome and millions on TV tonight?
Fab Melo to leave Syracuse; the SU sophomore hasn't signed with an agent "yet" | syracuse.com
The source said that Melo left the SU campus last Thursday to make a short visit with his family in Brazil. The source said Melo is expected back in Syracuse this week.
2012-13 Top 25: April 2012 Edition
Jim Boeheim no doubt is looking for a quieter season off the court and a better finish on it. It hurts to lose Scoop Jardine, Fab Melo and Dion Waiters, who may have been the Orange's most-talented player, but 'Cuse should return Brandon Triche (pictured), James Sutherland, C.J Fair, Baye Keita and bring in blue chip recruit Dajuan Coleman.
2011-12 SU Basketball Season Montage by WAER Sports on SoundCloud - Create, record and share your sounds for free
WAER takes you through the ups and downs of the winningest season in SU basketball history.
Mixed Juice: Should Syracuse play more man-to-man defense instead of zone? | The Juice Online
Boeheim is a Syracuse institution. And like most institutions, he has fallen victim to an unwillingness to adapt. Look no further than this year’s tournament. The referees certainly hindered the cause against Ohio State, but the dirty little secret is that the Orange barely survived to play in the Elite Eight.
MLAX | Syracuse wins faceoff battle in loss; Donahue provides lift off bench in 2nd half - Sports - The Daily Orange
"We haven’t been doing well," Desko said. "If nothing else, I think we have to have the effort, and I think we showed that today."
Editorial | SU Athletics shows simplicity of giving back - Opinion - The Daily Orange
The men’s lacrosse team exemplifies the simplicity involved with giving back. The team adopted a young child with brain and spinal cancer. The players’ interactions are simple enough — a high five or pat on the head — but they’ve made a significant difference in the life of a 6-year-old child, Jack Tweedy.
Syracuse women's lacrosse team defeats Harvard at home of New England Patriots | syracuse.com
In the first intercollegiate women’s event at Gillette Stadium, the No. 2 Syracuse women’s lacrosse team defeated Harvard 10-6 on Saturday. The Orange extended its winning streak to five and improved its record to 6-2, while the Crimson goes to 4-5.
Draft Express chats with future Syracuse Orange DaJuan Coleman: