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Syracuse Daily Links - Treanor Named POY, McCullough Awaits Qualifying Score

Kayla Treanor is named POY by and Syracuse basketball recruit Chris McCullough awaits his qualifying score.

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Syracuse University Athletics - Names Treanor Player of the Year

Treanor scored a single-season school record 79 goals and finished with 117 points, which is the second-highest total in program history. She earned the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Offensive Player of the Year award and was a first-team All-ACC selection. Treanor recorded her 100th career goal faster than any Syracuse player and is the first sophomore to surpass 200 career points.

Syracuse basketball recruit Chris McCullough awaits qualifying score, hopes to hear soon |

"I know I did pretty good," he said. "I studied hard and had a tutor to help me."

Who will lead Syracuse basketball in rebounding next season? | The Juice Online

While questions abound about who will step up to shoulder the load on offense, an equally pressing concern is who will lead the Orange in rebounding next season. The team must replace its top two rebounders, Fair and Grant, as well as one of its most effective in Keita, who was second on the team in rebounds per 40 minutes.

How Syracuse Fared in its First ACC Year, from Football through Field Hockey : Orange Fizz

Following Syracuse’s loss to Maryland in the NCAA women’s lacrosse championship game, most of the Orange athletes are entering the offseason. Syracuse’s first year in the Atlantic Coast Conference has come to a close. But just how successful were a lot of the teams this year? Let’s take a look across all Orange sports at how Syracuse fared in its ACC debut.

Syracuse football recruiting: DE Dana Levine says it will 'be hard for me to change my mind' |

"They want me as an outside linebacker/defensive end," Levine said. "They want me more of a speed rusher. They like how I get off the ball and how I pursue."

Syracuse recruit Tyler Lydon invited to tryout camp for USA Basketball's Under-18 national team |

Lydon, who attended New Hampton (N.H.) Prep this past season, said he just recently received the invitation to the tryouts, which will be held on June 10-19 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.

Single-game tickets for Syracuse-Central Michigan football game on sale next week |

Single-game tickets for the Syracuse football team's Sept. 13 game at Central Michigan will go on sale June 3, according to the CMU athletics website.

Former Syracuse star Hakim Warrick learns his team's draw in $500,000 tournament |

Warrick's team; known as TYGTAL, is seeded as the No. 5 team in the 32-team field. Some of Warrick's TYGTAL teammates include recent Ole Miss star Marshall Henderson, former Ohio State player Lenzelle Smith and Reggie Williams, a four-year NBA veteran out of Virginia Military Institute.

Possible Syracuse Crunch game at Carrier Dome winding through Syracuse University administration |

Dolgon said there is no concrete deadline by when he'll need a green light for the event, but he indicated that if it's still up in the air in four weeks or so it might not be doable in the 2014-15 season.

Overaggressive Syracuse defense yields 15 goals in NCAA championship game loss to Maryland | The Daily Orange

The Syracuse offense did its job, scoring 12 goals on just 22 shots. Maryland, though, needed only 25 shots to convert on its 15 goals.

Syracuse fails to collect crucial draw controls, Cummings propels Maryland to championship win | The Daily Orange

"Bottom line," SU head coach Gary Gait said, "we just didn’t get ball on the draw controls."

Syracuse recruit Frank Howard added to Mary Kline Classic roster |

The Mary Kline Classic will take place on Saturday, May 31, at West Orange (N.J.) High School. The event features two games — one for high school seniors who will be in college next fall and a second for high school underclassmen. Howard will participate in the underclassmen game.

The Kaleb Joseph story: From Nashua's bookworm assassin to Syracuse point guard |

Joseph grew up in the projects of Nashua, N.H., far from basketball hotbeds like Baltimore or New York City. He was a geeky-looking kid once dubbed Urkel and "The Bookworm Assassin," not born into a sure-fire star's body. Now, the 19-year-old has worked his way into one of the country's top 50 high schoolers and is Syracuse's projected starting point guard, replacing likely first-round draft pick Tyler Ennis.