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Syracuse Daily Links - Ennis Named To USBWA All-Freshman Team

Another accolade for Tyler Ennis.

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Syracuse's Tyler Ennis named to U.S. Basketball Writers Association's All-Freshman team |

Joining Ennis on the freshman All-American team were Duke's Jabari Parker, Kentucky's Julius Randle and the Kansas duo of Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid.

Syracuse takes one more drop in last Associated Press poll before NCAA Tournament |

In the AP's final regular season poll, Syracuse was ranked 14th. It marked the Orange's lowest ranking of the season.

No Shocker: Melo Picking Syracuse to Win NCAAs |

"It happens, it happens," Anthony said of the Orange, who have lost five of their last seven games after a 25-0 start. "They’ll bounce back."

Bailey: Slumping Syracuse will need to defy history to make NCAA Tournament run | The Daily Orange

The Orange has all the pieces to turn it around. The same players that went 25-0 are still here and healthy for the most part. But right now Syracuse is not a good Tournament team. And unless something changes, the season could be over as soon as this weekend.

Familiar questions for Syracuse football defensive line, only this time it's inside and not at end |

Defensive ends will take reps inside to give Daoust an honest evaluation of whether he can move any of them around this fall.

Syracuse football: 7 position battles to watch during spring practice |

The second spring of the Scott Shafer era starts tomorrow, and there are several position battles worth monitoring over the next month.

ACC finalizing details to play its tournament at Barclays Center - College Basketball - Pete Thamel -

The looming issue with playing at the Barclays Center in 2017 is the Atlantic 10 tournament, as 2017 is the final year of the A-10's five-year agreement with the Barclays Center. The details of how the ACC and A-10 will navigate that have not been finalized and are expected to be discussed in the Atlantic 10's presidents and athletic directors meetings on Friday morning.

Five takeaways from the Syracuse men's lacrosse team's 12-10 win over Johns Hopkins |

Syracuse got big performances from a pair of its highly-touted freshmen. With Randy Staats still out with a leg injury, Syracuse brought Dylan Maltz onto the attack when it needed an extra dodger on the field.

Harris’ move to back line improves struggling Syracuse defense | The Daily Orange

"Our poles are probably our deepest position," Desko said. "To put one of our poles down on close defense, it’s a no-brainer for us when we have three poles that we’re still comfortable playing. I think we’re going to continue to do that."