The Syracuse Orange fall sports had a slow week but a jam-packed weekend.
Let’s take a look at the recap:
Women’s Soccer: (2-13-2, 0-8-1)
The Orange lost both games this week, falling 2-0 at NC State and 6-1 at North Carolina. Erin Flurey scored her team-leading 6th goal at UNC.
Erin Flurey puts Syracuse on the board! pic.twitter.com/O8XIHlNWj4— Syracuse Women's Soccer (@CuseWSOC) October 22, 2023
Syracuse hosts Virginia on Thursday to close out the regular season.
Volleyball: (2-18, 0-10)
The Orange were swept by Miami and Florida State over the weekend. Laila Smith and Veronica Sierzant led Syracuse in the two games.
Syracuse returns home to host Clemson and Georgia Tech next weekend as they look for their first ACC win.
Men’s Soccer: (7-3-5, 2-1-4)
After a 2-0 win over Yale behind a pair of goals from Felipe D’Agostini, the Orange played NC State to a 1-1 tie in the final home game.
Syracuse closes out the regular season at Boston College this Friday and will begin ACC Championship play next week.
Women’s Ice Hockey: (3-5-1, 0-0)
Syracuse suffered a 7-0 loss to Cornell, then tied Boston University 4-4 on Friday before dropping a 6-1 decision on Saturday. Rachel Teslak scored two goals in the tie against BU and is tied with Heidi Knoll for the goal-scoring lead so far this season with each player netting three goals in the first nine games.
The Orange open CHA play this weekend hosting Penn State on Saturday and Sunday.
Field Hockey: (10-5, 2-3)
The Orange got a key road win as they knocked off #8 Louisville 4-1 behind two goals from Pieke van de Pas. Abby Neitch earned her first career win in net and Syracuse will host Wake Forest on Friday to close out the regular season.
There were no team scores at the John Reif Memorial but several Syracuse runners were among the top individuals. Connor Ackley and Benne Anderson are redshirting this season but the freshmen duo were 2nd and 3rd on Friday behind graduate student Noah Carey. Gabriel Planty took 4th in the men’s race. In the women’s race, the Orange had the top six runners led by Justus Holden Betts and Caroline Kirby.
The ACC Championships are this Friday in Tallahassee, Florida and we’ll have a detailed preview later this week.
The Orange competed at the Head of the Charles last weekend. The men’s eight finished 11th and the varsity four took 5th. For the Syracuse women, the varsity eight was 13th and the second varsity eight was 26th.