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  • Sharon Owens on leadership: Success can be measured from what we learn from our mistakes
    Sharon Owens, CEO of Syracuse Model Neighborhood Facility Inc., stands outside her office on the second floor of the Southwest Community Center at 401 South Ave. This year is the 40th anniversary of the center. She came to Syracuse from Geneva as a student, majoring in economics at Syracuse University's College of Arts and Sciences.
  • No place like Dome tonight
    With Syracuse University serving a self-imposed postseason ban, this year's NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament has been one to forget for many area fans. Ms. Green, who buys season tickets for the Orange every year, will get to witness her alma mater, North Carolina State, play in the Sweet 16 as the Carrier Dome plays host to the NCAA East Regional semifinals and final this weekend.
  • Midseason grades for men's lacrosse
    Johns Hopkins goalkeeper Eric Schneider turns back as defender Eddie Schurr watches a shot by Virginia midfielder Greg Coholan find the net for the game's first goal at Homewood Field. Johns Hopkins goalkeeper Eric Schneider turns back as defender Eddie Schurr watches a shot by Virginia midfielder Greg Coholan find the net for the game's first goal at Homewood Field.
  • Syracuse University lacrosse player was driving car that crashed into stairs
    The driver of a vehicle that crashed into a stairway Monday morning at Syracuse University is a starting midfielder for the school's women's lacrosse team. Kelly Cross was driving a white Ford Explorer on Mount Olympus Drive around 2:25 a.m. Monday when she crashed into the Mount Olympus stairwell, Hannah Warren, a Department of Public Safety spokeswoman, said.
  • TurtleFest 2015 and our five favorite shelled sea creatures
    On a regular day, Loggerhead Marinelife Center is the perfect family destination - close, educational, conservational, beautifully situated on one of Palm Beach County's best beaches, and free. But Saturday, the Juno jewel ramps up the fun with TurtleFest 2015, a day-long party of music , games, a kid's art contest and an opportunity to see the facility's endangered sea turtles, convalescing and recovering at Loggerhead.
  • Another football player has walked away from the game and made a wise decision
    There will likely be no mad rush from the locker room and into the real world where cubicles or time cards or graveyard shifts await. Neckties are out there.
  • Transfers from IU during Tom Crean's tenure
    Transfers from IU during the Tom Crean regime Stanford Robinson Jeremy Hollowell Austin Etherington Jonny Marlin Luke Fischer Peter Jurkin Remy Abell Transfers from IU during Tom Crean's tenure Transfers from IU during the Tom Crean regime Stanford Robinson Jeremy Hollowell Austin Etherington Jonny Marlin Luke Fischer Peter Jurkin Remy Abell Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1bu0NU3 With IU oversigned with two incoming recruits, departures were -- and are -- expected. It's becoming a trend in Bloomington .
  • What Happens Next for Syracuse's Olympic Sports?
    Under the direction of Daryl Gross, Syracuse University's Olympic Sports enjoyed a period of unprecedented success. With his departure, what does the future look like for them? Let's explore... Look, I'm not going to try and convince the average Syracuse Orange fan that the #1 concern of a new Athletic Director should be the Olympic Sports.
  • No, The Syracuse Orange Should Never Go Back to Being Orangemen
    One of the burning questions in the early days of the Post-DOC Gross Era is whether or not Syracuse should consider returning to being the Orangemen & Orangewomen. Sean is here to tell you...absolutely not.
  • It's Time For Syracuse University to #RestoreOrangemen
    One of the burning questions in the early days of the Post-DOC Gross Era is whether or not Syracuse should consider returning to being the Orangemen & Orangewomen. Jeremy is here to tell you...they absolutely should.

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  • Georgia Tech Leads SU, 49-0


    Georgia Tech has taken a 49-0 lead off of a three-touchdown third quarter. The Yellow Jackets have tallied 394 total yards of offense including 306 on the ground.
  • Hoops Teams Tip Off At Orange Madness


    Syracuse men's basketball head coach Jim Boeheim arrived at Orange Madness in style on Friday night, stepping onto the court out of a New York City taxi.
  • Where to Watch Syracuse vs. Georgia Tech


    The Syracuse football team makes its first-ever visit to Georgia Tech on Saturday, Oct. 19. The Orange and Yellow Jackets kick off at 12:30 p.m. from Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. The game is being televised on the ACC Network.

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    • Former SU, Henninger star Lazarus Sims appointed as Syracuse parks chief
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Former Syracuse University and Henninger High School basketball star Lazarus Sims has been appointed to his hometown’s top parks position, the mayor’s office announced on Thursday.

      Sims – who helped lead the Orange to a National Championship game appearance in 1996 – will replace Baye Muhammad as Commissioner of the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Youth Programs.

      Muhammad is leaving for a position in the city of Rochester.

      Since college, Sims played professional basketball in a number of leagues and organizations.

      He has also been on the Syracuse University and Binghamton University coaching staffs.

      Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner says Sims will begin on March 30.
    • Ousted J-D coach says he was ?given no explanation? for ultimatum to quit or be fired
      DeWitt (WSYR-TV) – Former Jamesville-DeWitt boys basketball coach Bob McKenney says he was given no explanation for the district’s decision to give him the ultimatum to resign or be fired.

      The coach released a statement on Thursday afternoon regarding his departure from the district after 19 seasons and five state championships at its helm.

      The coach initially scheduled a press conference for Thursday afternoon, but cancelled it Wednesday night.

      Give the ultimatum, the coach says, he declined to resign. On Monday evening, during a meeting with the district administration, he says he was urged to resign.

      “I was asked to reconsider my position and resign,” McKenney said.

      According to McKenney, the district told him “there was not one specific reason and that after a ‘review’ of the culture of the program, the district felt the need to ‘go in a different direction’ given the ‘culture’ within the basketball program.”

      The coach defended his tenure with the Red Rams:

      We spent nearly two decades building a basketball family that supported and encouraged one another both on and off the court. Our program, from the youth program to the varsity team, has always tried to teach the value of hard work and discipline. We have taught the players how to be leaders and that the team is more important than the self. We have always emphasized that playing for each other and not letting down a teammate was ultimately the most important and valuable lifelong lesson. We are proud of our players who are now active community members with admirable morals and character, whose values were nurtured while being entrusted to our program.


      A recent J-D Board of Education meeting was attended by a host of supporters and former players who defended McKenney.

      The district has not indicated publicly why it decided to part ways with McKenney.

      In addition to winning five state championships, McKenney has coached a number of notable players including, DaJuan Coleman, Brandon Triche, and Andy Rautins, along with Tyler Cavanaugh.
    • BJ Johnson headed to La Salle
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Former Syracuse University basketball player BJ Johnson is headed to La Salle, multiple media outlets reported on Monday.

      On Friday, NewsChannel 9 reported that Johnson was leaving the Orange.

      Johnson’s own Twitter account suggests that his future is with the Explorers:


      The 6-foot-7 swingman averaged 4.2 points and 3.2 rebounds per contest during the 2014-15 campaign.

      He scored a career-high 19 points in a 65-60 road upset of No. 9 Notre Dame.

      However, Johnson only played more than nine minutes in a given game on 12 occasions this past season.

      Johnson is originally from the Philadelphia area.
    • SU lacrosse ranked unanimous No. 1 after beating Duke; West Genny product Donahue garners ACC honors
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – The undefeated Syracuse University men’s lacrosse team is now the unanimous No. 1 team in both major polls after a convincing 19-7 win over Duke on Sunday.

      In addition, West Genesee High School product Dylan Donahue has earned ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors after scoring a game-high five goals against the Blue Devils, who were ranked No. 4 going into the contest at the Carrier Dome.

      The loss was Duke’s worst in more than 10 years.

      SU is now ranked No. 1 in both the USILA DI Coaches’ Poll and the Cascade/Maverik Media Poll.

      SU’s next opponent is the consensus No. 2 team, Notre Dame.

      The Orange will visit South Bend for a noon face-off on Saturday.

      To see the complete poll, visit InsideLacrosse.com.
    • SU football reveals new orange jersey for 2015 season
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – The Syracuse University football team has revealed a new orange uniform for the 2015 campaign.

      Last year, the program’s uniforms featured gray, blue, and white varieties, but none of the uniforms were in the team’s namesake color.

      The football program Tweeted a picture of the new uniform on Monday.

      The Orange opens the 2015 season at home against Rhode Island on Sept. 5.

      Another date for fans to watch will be Sept. 26 when the Orange hosts perennial power LSU.

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