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- Men's Basketball Welcomes Former Coach, League Foe Saturday
Loyola returns to Reitz Arena for two of its next three games, commencing with a 7 o'clock game on Saturday, Nov. 29, against former Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference foe Siena College. The Greyhounds are 2-0 in Reitz Arena, scoring both of their wins thus far in 2014-2015 against Cornell and UMBC on their home floor.
- Regina Shaw Accused Of Stealing $6,400 Worth Of Sausage
Regina Shaw, 45, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with felony theft between $1,500-$20,000 for an alleged sausage heist that took place Sept. 14 at the Kiolbassa Provision Company, where she was employed, KSAT reports.
- Syracuse basketball-Holy Cross: TV channel information, live stream and tipoff time
A Syracuse cheerleader holds up a sign during the Orange's game against Hampton on Nov. 16, 2014, at the Carrier Dome. (Dennis Nett The Syracuse University men's basketball team will face Holy Cross at 7 p.m. Friday.
- Counting our blessings: 4 things we're grateful for in Syracuse and Central New York
Thank goodness for the Central New Yorkers, such as emergency responders from fire departments around the area, who went to Buffalo's aid last week after monster lake-effect storms dropped up to 7 feet of snow. The next time snowmageddon sweeps through Central New York, we know the Buffalo folks will return the favor.
- Syracuse football senior who hasn't played a snap says it's ...
Sisyphus has nothing on this fella, on this faceless grunt who has pushed his rock up that Orange football mountain for four seasons, on this offensive lineman whose weekend duties since rumbling into town from Oneonta in the fall of 2001 has been to step aside. Jesse Wolf-Gould doesn't play.
- College sports and boosters: One is bloated; the other amounts to a plague
Every so often, the appropriate position for me to assume is off to the side. This just such a time.
- Hubbard Scores Career-High 21; Syracuse Defeats Loyola, 70-37
Tyler Hubbard scored a career-high 21 points for Loyola University Maryland, but the Greyhounds shot just 19.2 percent from the field, and Syracuse University dealt the Greyhounds a 70-37 defeat Tuesday night in the Carrier Dome. The Orange scored the game's first 14 points and did not allow a Greyhounds field goal until Hubbard hit his first of five 3-pointers 11:28 into the game.
- Thomas Bryant's mother says Syracuse basketball recruit's realistic list is down to two schools
Thomas Bryant is the biggest priority left on the Syracuse basketball recruiting board, a powerful post prospect who would arrive just as the Orange need him. Bryant's mother, Linda, said on Monday night that Syracuse should feel pretty good about its prospects with the Class of 2015 center.
- Syracuse football: Just how badly does missing out on a bowl hurt the Orange? (Chat with Bud Poliquin)
A year ago, the Syracuse football team played in the Texas Bowl, and won it, beating Minnesota 21-17. Since then, the Orange has gone 3-8 and fallen into the basement of the ACC's Atlantic Division; meanwhile, the Golden Gophers are 8-3 and sitting at No.
- Temple Concord screens 'a Matter of Size,' Orange basketball faces off with Loyola: Get Out
Check out the latest movie in Temple Concord's Cinemagogue series , which highlights films with Jewish themes, Israeli filmmakers and Jewish-American stars. Tuesday's showing of "A Matter of Size" will follow the story of four Israeli friends who become amateur sumo wrestlers.
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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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- CBA honored by county legislature
22 seniors from CBA's Section III champions football team were the guests of honor at the Onondaga County legislature today. The Brothers made it to the state playoffs before falling to Elmira in the quarterfinals.
- No. 4 Syracuse beats Indiana 69-52
Trevor Cooney scored 21 points, Tyler Ennis added 17 points and eight assists, and No. 4 Syracuse beat Indiana 69-52 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Tuesday night.
- OCC men edge Davis, 87-73
The OCC men's basketball team beat Davis 87-73 Tuesday.
- Northstars top Brothers, 67-47
The C-NS boys basketball team topped CBA 67-47 Tuesday. Northstars' Connor Evans led the way with 24 points.
- Longtime 'Gate Coach Biddle bids farewell
In Hamilton today, longtime Colgate football coach Dick Biddle passed the torch to top assistant Dan Hunt after 18 season and seven Patriot League titles.
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- SU beats Loyola to move to 4-1
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - The Syracuse men's basketball team improved to 4-1 with a 70-37 win over Loyola Tuesday.
Senior Rakeem Christmas led the team with 18 points and 9 rebounds.
The Orange next plays Friday at the Carrier Dome against Holy Cross.
- SU Men's Soccer Team Advances to Sweet 16
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- For the second time in two seasons, the Syracuse University men's soccer team is off to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
SU rallied for two late goals in its tourney opener against Penn State, eliminating the Nittany Lions 2-1. Emil Ekblom and Oyvind Alseth both scored for the Orange, which found itself in a 1-0 hole with 17 minutes left to play, after surrendering a penalty.
The 9th-seeded Orange advances to the Sweet 16, where it will face 8th-seeded Georgetown on Sunday, November 30th in Washington, D.C.. The Hoyas eliminated SU in the round of 16 in 2012 -- Syracuse's last appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
It's a trip that nearly wasn't for Syracuse.
In the 60th minute, Orange goalkeeper Alex Bono -- a graduate of Baldwinsville's C.W. Baker High School -- was attempting to clear out the ball, but tried to slow his arm mid-throw. The result was a terribly errant pass, which ended up on the foot of PSU's Connor Maloney. 'Cuse defender Tyler Hilliard then took Maloney down just inside the box, drawing a yellow card.
Maloney -- the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year -- converted the ensuing penalty kick, giving Penn State a 1-0 lead.
SU responded in the 74th minute, as midfielder Oyvind Alseth sent a tremendous through pass to substitute Emil Ekblom in transition, who beat Nittany Lions goalie Andrew Wolverton on the far post for the equalizer.
Ten minutes later, the cardiac 'Cuse struck again.
Orange defender Jordan Murrell took a free kick from midfield and played it out wide to Alseth, who collected the pass inside the box. Alseth then played a low, curling cross to the near post, which Wolverton bounced on -- but not before the ball passed over the goal line, giving Syracuse its first lead of the match.
SU finished the match with 19 total shots -- 10 on goal. Wolverton posted 8 saves on the day, while Bono didn't face any shots besides the PK.
- SU Field Hockey Team Loses in Nat'l Championship
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- The Syracuse University field hockey team came up just short of making school history, as the 4th-ranked Orange lost to #3 Connecticut in the NCAA national championship game 1-0. SU was seeking its first-ever national title in any women's sport.
The Orange -- which advanced to the final for the first time in program history -- finish the season 18-6 overall. Eight of SU's eleven starters in the title tilt will return for the 2015 season.
With their victory over Syracuse, UConn captured its second-straight NCAA D-I field hockey championship.
- Pitt Hands Syracuse 4th Straight Loss 30-7
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- The Orange football team lost its fourth game in a row, falling 30-7 to rival Pittsburgh.
Despite the return of true freshman quarterback A.J. Long -- who was forced to miss the Duke contest with a nerve issue in his throwing shoulder -- SU just couldn't muster any kind of offensive rhythm against the Panthers. Senior running back Prince-Tyson Gulley lost a fumble on Syracuse's second offensive series, leading to a one-yard touchdown by Pitt star tailback James Conner.
Conner's score -- his 22nd rushing TD of the year -- set a new ACC record for rushing touchdowns in a season. The sophomore back also tied the University of Pittsburgh single-season record for rushing touchdowns, held by former Heisman Trophy winner Tony Dorsett.
On Syracuse's next offensive drive, Long led the Orange deep into Panthers territory before throwing an interception to Lafayette Pitts in the endzone.
In the second quarter, redshirt freshman Mitch Kimble took over at QB for the Orange. After Kimble lead SU into the red zone, freshman kicker Cole Murphy missed a 34-yard field goal attempt.
The Panthers responded with another score, as Dontez Ford -- a former walk-on receiver at Syracuse -- hauled in an 11-yard TD pass from QB Chad Voytik, making it 17-0 Pittsburgh.
On the ensuing drive, Kimble's pass attempt was bobbled and picked off by Bam Bradley, who returned it down to the Orange 11-yard-line.
Three plays later, SU took back momentum, as true freshman Antwan Cordy made a diving interception in the endzone. Syracuse trailed 17-0 at halftime.
The Orange kept things rolling on the opening drive of the third. Facing 3rd-and-9, Long found fellow freshman Steve Ishmael for a diving, 11-yard first down grab along the sideline. On the very next play, the freshman duo connected on a 46-yard completion. Ishmael beat Pitts up the middle of the field to bring down Long's play-action pass.
SU capped the drive with a one-yard TD plunge by Ron Thompson. The defensive end lined up in the backfield, and was just able to break the plane of the goal line for the score, pulling Syracuse to within ten, 17-7.
It would be the last glimmer of offensive success for the Orange, which finished the game with just 255 yards of total offense.
The Panthers would add two more field goals, and a 49-yard touchdown from star receiver Tyler Boyd. The sophomore wide out finished his day with 7 catches for 126 yards.
Syracuse (3-8, 1-6 ACC) will close out the regular season on Saturday, November 29th at Boston College. Kick-off is set for 12:30pm at Chestnut Hill.
- SU hangs on to beat Iowa 66-63
New York (SportsNetwork.com) - Chris McCullough had 20 points and a critical steal in the final seconds that enabled No. 23 Syracuse to hold on for a 66-63 victory over Iowa in the 2K Classic third-place game.
The Hawkeyes cut a 15-point second-half deficit down to one and had a chance to take the lead, but McCullough stepped in front of Aaron White to intercept Adam Woodbury's pass into the lane and was fouled with 8.4 seconds remaining. The talented freshman then buried two free throws to help keep Iowa at bay.
Rakeem Christmas added 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting as Syracuse (3-1) bounced back from a surprising 73-59 loss to California in Thursday's semifinals. Trevor Cooney contributed 14 points to the win.
Jared Uthoff led the Hawkeyes' near-comeback by netting 15 of his 20 points in the second half. White finished with 13 points and nine rebounds, while Woodbury tallied 12 points for Iowa (2-2).
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