Syracuse Orange fall sports are starting off so we’ll try and keep you updated each week on what is going on with the other Syracuse teams.
Women’s Soccer- The Orange went 0-1-1 on the week. After dropping a 1-0 decision on the road against the St. John’s Red Storm, Syracuse returned home and played the Fordham Rams to a 0-0 tie. While the Orange offense has struggled to score, goaltender Lysianne Proulx has not allowed a goal at home so far this season.
Post game sounds— Syracuse Women's Soccer (@cusewsoc) September 15, 2019
Head coach Nicky Adams speaks on junior goalkeeper Lysianne Proulx' play. Proulx hasn't allowed a goal at home this season. ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/JaKek5KBXp
Volleyball- After losses to the Moorhead State Eagles and Arizona Wildcats Syracuse swept the host Kansas Jayhawks for their first win of the 2019 season. Freshman Marina Markova led the way with 19 kills in the match. The Orange are back in action next weekend when they will take on the Northeastern Huskies and Harvard Crimson
END SET 1 | The Orange take a 1-0 lead.— Syracuse Volleyball (@CuseVB) September 15, 2019
Marina Markova led 'Cuse with five kills and three service aces. pic.twitter.com/4LbKS5gJT4
Field Hockey- It was a good weekend for Syracuse as they defeated No. 14 St. Joseph’s Hawks 2-1 on an overtime goal from Laura Graziosi. The win was the 200th of Ange Bradley’s Syracuse career. The Orange then went on the road and beat the Bucknell Bison 3-1. Charlotte deVries continues to lead the team with seven goals and Syracuse will return home for a big ACC contest against the Virginia Cavaliers on Friday afternoon.
Congratulations on 200 wins at Syracuse, Ange pic.twitter.com/cXwYdX1Zng— Orange Field Hockey (@CuseFH) September 14, 2019
Men’s Soccer-The Orange played to another home draw when Syracuse and the No. 20 Louisville Cardinals battled to a scoreless tie. Syracuse finally broke through last night with an OT win over the Cornell Big Red on this goal from Noah Singelmann.
The Orange now travel to play the #1 Wake Forest Demon Deacons this Saturday at 7:30 pm.
Cross Country- Syracuse will next compete on Friday September 20 in Boston at the Coast-to-Coast Battle. Check out the recap of last weekend’s Harry Lang Invitational here.