Dave Smart, the Carleton coach, said by telephone today that a date had tentatively been set for early November. SU's director of men's basketball operations Kip Wellman said nothing official has been determined, but that the Orange staff has had conversations with Carleton.
Kevin Rice and Brandon Mullins were voted All-ACC by the league's coaches. The Orange finished with more players honored than just one conference opponent (Virginia). Notre Dame also had two players make the team. Maryland had five players selected, and Duke and North Carolina had four each.
The first team includes the ACC’s top two overall scorers in Syracuse’s Kayla Treanor (5.31 points per game) and the top two goal scorers in Treanor (3.62) and North Carolina’s Abbey Friend (3.31). Nine of the ACC’s top 10 overall scorers and nine of the top 10 goal scorers were voted to either the first or second team.
Richardson is a big guard whose decisive first step allows him to glide into the lane past defenders and get to the rim. Renowned for his shooting stroke, he struggled to sink perimeter shots in the first scrimmage, but showed an aptitude for scoring in both games.
"Bromley, I think to me, is a guy that starts to really come together as a football player," Kiper said. "I have Bromley right now at No. 9 (among defensive tackles) which puts him in a third- or fourth-round category because I don't think a lot of these defensive tackles are going to go."
Here’s the thing about C.J. Fair: He’s a really good mid-range shooter. I don’t say that in a condescending tone. He’s remarkably accurate. But that’s all he does, and therein lies the problem with our analysis of college hoops vs. basketball in the pros.
Max Parker stands with Dr. Robert Reynolds. Parker is a Syracuse lacrosse commit and a faceoff specialist, who aspires to have a career in oncology after being closely affected by cancer
At SB Nation, we take rivalry to the next level. Syracuse and Boston College now have their own competition and trophy.
Weirdly, Florida State fans are some of the best, mostly because they take pity on us rather than rub it in our faces. Clemson fans, however, are a different story. They tend to take matters way too seriously and take every tiny affront as a declaration of war. I'd say try not to piss them off, but you don't really have a choice. They'll find a way to get pissed off regardless.