"The four years have been great," he said. "Every year there was something great that I could remember. I will never forget. And it's kind of a little bit sad, knowing that this was my last game here. Kind of just overwhelming right now."
Right now, we just have four more games left until the playoffs start. We hope to get better as a team and have great momentum going into the post-season. I'm not exactly sure, but I think the playoffs here in Italy include eight of the top teams and we play a five-game series. If we make it all the way to the end, I could be in Italy until mid-June.
After an early exit from the NCAA Tournament, Daily Orange beaters look at Syracuse’s up-and-down season with player and final grades, a breakdown of every rotational player and head coach Jim Boeheim and team superlatives.
Is this the least-accomplished 25-0 team in recent times?
Prior to the Syracuse-Notre Dame men's lacrosse game, the documentary "America's First Sport" will make its national premiere on ESPNU. The hour-long look at the history of lacrosse is scheduled to air at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 29 leading up to the noon faceoff between the Orange and Irish at the Carrier Dome.
For now, Grant and Ennis are still enrolled at Syracuse University. Until something changes, we will take the wishful thinking approach and assume both will return next season. With that in mind, let's take a look at Boeheim's potential rotation for next year.
"It's tough," Carter-Williams said. "They move the ball really well with the extra pass. They try to move the ball and almost tire you out on defense. You got to be able to rotate and play throughout the shot clock."