Syracuse University Athletics - Shafer to Take Part in ESPN "Car Wash" July 28
Head coach Scott Shafer will appear on various ESPN media platforms on Monday, July 28, when he takes part in ESPN's mid-summer "car wash." The "car wash" is annual event in which coaches are invited to ESPN's Bristol, Connecticut headquarters to appear across multiple programs throughout the course of the day. All 14 ACC coaches will be taking part in the event July 28 and 29.
How Syracuse basketball fans spend their summer says a lot | The Juice Online
What’s an Orange fan to do? Besides get excited for the upcoming football season, there are two options. The one you prefer says a lot about you as a fan.
Why Not Add a 7th QB to the Syracuse Roster? : Orange Fizz
Jackson would be an excellent pick up for Syracuse. He has a ton of potential with his passing and mobile game and he is skilled for the collegiate level but one of the major things he may want to work on is building mass.
Syracuse University Athletics - Russell Helps Ireland out of group play
Syracuse field hockey's Emma Russell has helped lead Ireland's U21 national team advance from group play and into the championship round of the EuroHockey Junior Championship II in Vienna, Austria.
Maltz to leave Syracuse, transfer to Maryland | The Daily Orange
Attack Dylan Maltz will transfer from Syracuse to Maryland, his father, Derek Maltz Sr., confirmed in a text message shortly after 4 p.m. Friday. Maltz finished up his freshman season with the Orange this past May, and is the brother of now-graduated attack Derek Maltz. Dylan Maltz played in six games off the bench for SU and collected three goals and one assist.
Have you always wanted to coach a pro basketball team? Syracuse Shockwave ABA team accepting resumes | syracuse.com
The Syracuse Shockwave, an ABA basketball team set to begin play in 2014, is currently accepting applicants for the position of head coach.
Syracuse football commit Troy Henderson chose Orange over Nebraska, Rutgers 'by a percentage' | syracuse.com
For recent Syracuse commit Troy Henderson, there was one clear variable that pushed the Orange ahead of other finalists Nebraska and Rutgers in his recruitment: Clark Lea.
4 story lines to follow as Syracuse football heads to ACC media days | syracuse.com
To help set the table for what you'll be hearing about on national level, here are four of those subjects.
Observations: Syracuse needs scoring; SMU Brown's team to beat in AAC - CBSSports.com
The two keys for this team next season? Michael Gbinije and Tyler Roberson. Word is Gbinije has been terrific in off season workouts and could be in line for a major jump next year while Roberson is a talented 6-8 player who would have played anywhere else in the country last season as a freshman if he wasn't on a team that boasted Grant and Fair. Still, both Gbinije and Roberson combined to average just 5.6 points last season and it will be a bit of a process early for this team at the offensive end of the floor.