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  • SU Women's Basketball Coach Quentin Hillsman Agrees to Contract Extension
    Hillsman and the university made good on that promise on Friday. The women's basketball coach has agreed to a contract extension, a spokesman with SU Athletics confirmed.
  • Should Syracuse football 'Restore 44' for 4-star RB Robert Washington?
    While the Syracuse football community waits to see if highly touted Class of 2016 running back Robert Washington will commit to the Orange on April 25, a group of supporters has been ramping up the "Restore 44" campaign. Started by Jeff Kelly of , the movement asks for Syracuse University to unretire the legendary 44 jersey number that was worn by Ernie Davis, Jim Brown and Floyd Little, among others.
  • Syracuse football: A compromise in the debate over 'Restore 44'
    There are two kinds of Syracuse University football fans when it comes to the issue of the most famous number in school history. You either believe the No.
  • Friday Conversation: Who Would You Like Syracuse's Next Athletic Director To Be?
    Last we checked in with the search for the next Syracuse Orange athletic director, we heard that SU had hired a search firm to help out in the hire. Chancellor Kent Syverud spoke to the University Senate on Wednesday to provide some small but notable updates: Syverud: "Pete Sala, the interim athletics director, is on the committee, and is not a candidate for the position."
  • Liverpool mystery writer draws on background at Upstate hospital: CNY books and authors
    Three books enable Central New York writers to address a variety of important topics, ranging from the shame associated with mental health to the declining population of monarch butterflies. Buffalo author Maggie Lamond Simone opens a discussion about shame by describing her experience dealing with obsessive-compulsive disorder in "Body Punishment: OCD, Addiction, and Finding the Courage to Heal."
  • Letter: Divestment in fossil fuels needs Daily Lobo's support
    During the Board of Regents meeting on April 10, 350NM co-leader Tom Solomon and State Sen. Jerry Ortiz y Pino urged the regents to divest UNM's fossil fuel holdings, which make up approximately 5 to 10 percent of its $415 million endowment. Fifty "Fossil-Free UNM" supporters - including UNM students, faculty, and staff - attended the meeting to rally support for fossil fuel divestment.
  • #2 Carolina Heads To Midwest To Meet #2 Irish
    Carolina Heads To Midwest For Matchup With #1 Notre Dame 2015 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA MEN'S LACROSSE GAME NOTES Game 14 : North Carolina Tar Heels at Notre Dame Fighting Irish Saturday, April 18, 2015 4 p.m. EDT Arlotta Stadium Notre Dame, Ind.
  • NYC Office Worker Posed As Dentist, Pulled Teeth: Prosecutors
    This booking photo provided by the Bronx District AttorneyA A ATMs Office in New York shows Valbona Yzeiraj on Thursday, April 16, 2015. Yzeiraj was arraigned Thursday on charges she posed as a dentist when the real dentist was away and seriously injured patients after pulling their teeth, performing root canals on them and injecting their mouths, prosecutors said.
  • Kansas City Chiefs: CBS Sports' Dane Brugler talks NFL Draft, more
    Nov 2, 2013; Syracuse, NY, USA; Wake Forest Demon Deacons cornerback Kevin Johnson grabs the helmet of Syracuse Orange wide receiver Brisly Estime on a tackle during the second quarter of a game at the Carrier Dome. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports On Thursday, CBS Sports NFL Draft expert Dane Brugler was kind enough to carve out a few minutes to talk Kansas City Chiefs football.
  • Whitman School of Management Hosts 12th Annual Whitman Day
    The Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University will host the 12th annual Whitman Day on Friday, April 24, at the Whitman School, located at 721 University Avenue on the edge of the Syracuse University campus. This year's events include a breakfast panel discussion on "Finding Value in Today's Markets," moderated by J. Daniel Pluff, senior vice president and financial advisor for Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, and featuring Whitman, Fernando Diz, Whitman professor of finance, director of the Ballentine Investment Institute and managing director of The Orange Value Fund, LLC, and Michael Psaros, co-founder and management partner of KPS Capital Partners, LP. Latest Stories

  • 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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    • Find out how to register for the Salvation Army?s Three-on-Three Tournament
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – For the sixth year in a row, Syracuse University men’s basketball assistant coach Mike Hopkins is lending his time and talents to the Salvation Army’s Three-on-Three Tournament.

      Turn Around Jumpers has already raised $165,000 since it started six years ago.

      The event is an opportunity to participate and raise money for a great cause.

      The event is June 5 through June 7 at Le Moyne College.

      If you want to sign up, visit the Salvation Army website.
    • Syracuse Chiefs win home opener against Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Baseball returned to the city’s North Side today when the Syracuse Chiefs took to the field for their home opener on Thursday.

      The Chiefs defeated Scranton/Wilkes-Barre at 10-2 at NBT Bank Stadium.

      The team is now 4-4 on the season.

      More details on the team and the 2015 campaign are available on the Chiefs’ website.

      The Chiefs will square off against the RailRiders again tomorrow night.

      The game is set to beign at 6:05 p.m.
    • LaFayette grad Lyle Thompson sets new all-time scoring record in college lacrosse
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - LaFayette alum Lyle Thompson set the all-time college lacrosse scoring record with an assist in UAlbany's win over Bryant on Tuesday night.

      Thompson notched his record-breaking 355th career point in the second quarter, as he danced through several Bulldog defenders and set up Connor Fields for a goal.

      The previous record of 354 career points was set by Cornell attackman Rob Pannell in 2013.

      Lyle finished his evening with 2 goals and assist, bringing his career points total to 357.

      The reigning Tewaaraton Trophy winner from the Onondaga Nation will have ample opportunity to add to his career mark. The Great Danes (10-2) still have three games left in the regular season, in addition to the America East Conference Tournament and a likely berth in the NCAA Tournament.

      Thompson and Albany return to action Saturday night when they host Yale at 7pm.

    • #4 Syracuse Dominates Hobart 18-5
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- Guess who's back?

      Playing for just the second time after a three-week layoff due to injury, senior attackman Randy Staats scored 4 goals and dished out a pair of assists, as the 4th-ranked Orange men's lacrosse team dominated their rivals from Hobart, 18-5, on Senior Night inside the Carrier Dome.

      SU led 4-0 after one quarter of play -- and 12-0 at halftime -- in a game in which they were never threatened.

      Fellow attackmen Kevin Rice (Skaneateles) and Dylan Donahue (West Genesee) combined for 5 goals and 2 assists, while star FOGO Ben Williams won 8-of-9 face-offs.

      The Orange began subbing in back-up's in the second quarter, and had mostly emptied the bench within the first two and a half minutes of the third quarter.

      Syracuse was coming off just its second loss of the year, after falling on the road Saturday to then-#4 North Carolina, 17-15.

      SU (9-2, 2-2 in ACC play) is now off until April 24th, when the Orange travels to PPL Park just outside of Philadelphia for the ACC Tournament.

    • Youth basketball team says it was scammed out of thousands: Your Stories
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - A local youth basketball program says it was scammed out of thousands of dollars.

      The Syracuse Elite Hoopstars are among hundreds of basketball teams around the country claiming they were scammed by David Kelly Sr., the president of the 'Elevate Basketball Circuit.'

      Kelly contacted the Hoopstars last year with a "vision:" to give top youth basketball teams the opportunity to compete against each other.

      "It was just about exposure for the kids to play people from all over the country, teams from Canada to Texas and everything in between," says Syracuse Elite Hoopstars assistant coach John Paninski.

      The coaches liked the idea and, just like that, the Hoopstars became a part of the Elevate Basketball Circuit.

      Parents dished out $400 per player, and the 13 and 14-year-old Hoopstars were scheduled to compete in five AAU tournaments.

      This past weekend, they had their second tournament in New Jersey.

      They played their games on Saturday but when they showed up to the gym on Sunday, things changed.

      "There were a bunch of kids and coaches in the parking lot and the doors were locked. Nobody was there to let us know what was going on. We started looking for David Kelly to see what was going on, or if people were running late, and he had deleted his Twitter, Facebook, and the Elevate Basketball Circuit webpage. He deleted everything overnight," says Paninski.

      Confused and angry, the team drove home.

      The next day, parents, coaches, and recruiters from around the country took to social media in a Twitter frenzy.

      No one could get in touch with Kelly.

      NewsChannel 9 called him too, but he did not pick up.

      We were able to get in touch with Lamont Taylor, a North Carolina recruiter, who had been hired by Kelly to attend tournaments and write evaluations about players.

      He was at an Elevate Basketball Circuit tournament in Georgia this past weekend when the program unexpectedly shut down.

      "I'm in a business where we're here to help kids that want to make it to college. They may be in bad circumstances and they may be looking for a way out of bad circumstances. To see him give up on them, that was disheartening for me. It's a really hard pill to swallow when you disappear in the middle of the night," says Lamont Taylor, recruiter for

      Late Monday night, David Kelly Sr. resurfaced with a letter he posted online to coaches and players.

      "In the end, our cash flow could not cover our operating costs in both the short term and the long term. We simply did not run a very good business and could not raise enough capital to cover this reality," Kelly said.

      Nowhere in the letter does it say when or if teams will be reimbursed.

      "I just feel bad for the kids. And the parents, some don't have a lot of money. They put this money in for their kids and now, they're just out," says Paninski. "I hope he gets held responsible."

      Syracuse Elite Hoopstars coaches say they will be holding a meeting later this week with parents and players to discuss their plans for the season.

      At this point, the boys have no games scheduled, so coaches are hoping they can set up a tournament.

      But money is an issue because they don't know if they're going to get reimbursed any of the money they lost.

      David Kelly Sr. is from Kentucky, and he recruited many basketball teams in New York and Georgia. We reached out to the Attorneys General offices in all three states. None of them had received complaints about Kelly at this time, but if people want to file consumer protection complaints, they can do so online.

      New York: File a complaint online or via Attorney General Schneiderman’s consumer hotline by calling 1-800-771-7755.

      Kentucky: File a consumer protection complaint online or, call the consumer protection office at 502-696-5389.

      Georgia: File a complaint via the Governor’s Office of Consumer Protection online.

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