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Syracuse Daily Links - Nicky Galasso Injured. Again.

“It’s not season-ending,” Desko said in a statement. “He’s being treated by our medical staff and we hope to have him back soon.”


Desko says Galasso sidelined with upper-body injury | The Daily Orange

"It’s not season-ending," Desko said in a statement. "He’s being treated by our medical staff and we hope to have him back soon."

Syracuse University Athletics - Murray Named Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Player of the Year

Syracuse senior Alyssa Murray is Lacrosse Magazine's Division I Preseason Player of the Year. She finished fourth in the nation in scoring last season with 104 points and earned first-team All-America honors.

2014 College Lacrosse Preview: The Nation's Most Exciting Conferences - College Crosse

I'm willing to bet that you didn't realize how fun and wonderful THUNDERDOME! could be.

Freshman Lane brings unique size to Orange attack | The Daily Orange

"He creates mismatch problems," Desko said. "He’s a big strong player, been working on his weak hand, spending more time in the weight room. He could be a guy on the field somewhere down the road for us."

Syracuse's Trevor Cooney looking to snap out of shooting slump |

"We saw a few little things, but nothing major,'' Cooney said Wednesday. "There's a few little things, but really, there have been games where I got good shots and just didn't make them. I know I'm going to make those.''

Report: Former Syracuse center Fab Melo back in the D-League, this time with Mavericks affiliate |

The former Syracuse center will play for the Texas Legends, the Dallas Mavericks' D-League team, the report said. But because Melo's rights are owned by the Maine Red Claws, three trades must happen to get him to Texas.

Talented LB Kyron Watson sticks with pledge to Kansas Jayhawks -

Committed to Kansas since May of 2013, Watson took an official visit to Syracuse last week and had a planned trip to Illinois upcoming, but the journey to see the Orange wasn't enough to get him to flip his commitment and the 6-1, 225-pounder has cancelled the visit to Illinois.

5 thoughts on the 2014 Syracuse University football schedule |

The only thing that stinks about the home slate is the back end is not only not as attractive as the front (N.C. State and Duke), but the last home game is on November 8 (Duke) before a bye and road games at Pitt and Boston College to end the season.

Tyler Ennis (and his SU mates) vs. Richard Sherman: Do we like athletes humble or brash? ('Bud & Brent') |

On the one hand, there are those guys who say, 'Thank you,' when we praise them. On the other, there are those who ask, 'What's wrong with you?' when we don't.

DaJuan Coleman’s injury isn’t fatal for Syracuse | The Juice Online

Stop me if you’ve heard this story before.

You’re In, Kid: Daoust, Moore Offer CB Recruit Trumaine Washington Immediate Playing Time : Orange Fizz

"They said they liked my speed. I have great speed. I can cover well. They like the Miami people too and asked if I could come for a visit on the 31st. I said well I had scheduled FIU (Florida International) but I shut that down because Syracuse is a big school. With 3 DBs leaving, they said they need some people to come play right away."

Things easier than camping out for the Syracuse-Duke game | The NewsHouse | Syracuse University and Community News - S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications

Though rivalries can't be established over night, bone-chillingly cold temperatures can. Following are a few things, The NewsHouse suggests are easier to do than camp out for the Syracuse-Duke game.

Syracuse thrashes Jacksonville in season opener | The Daily Orange

Syracuse scored 16 first half goals, including a combined nine tallies by attackers Alyssa Murray and Kayla Treanor, and cruised to an easy 21-7 victory over the Dolphins in front of 229 fans. The goal count equaled SU’s 2013 season high, which it reached on three occasions.