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- McCabe earns place on Canada's B team
Lindsay McCabe of Georgetown graduated from Syracuse University this past year and turned in her Orange jersey for a Canadian national team outfit.
- Michael Carter-Williams, Tyler Ennis may be facing bright NBA futures in Milwaukee of all places
The last time we saw Michael Carter-Williams and Tyler Ennis, they were reaching for paper bags to pull over their heads. Or wait.
- Thursday afternoon Cardinal news and notes
If you've been listening to the show then you likely already know this, but I'm headed across the pond for the first time in my life tomorrow to vacation in Italy with the wife. We won't be back for good until the 14th, but you'll be left in the able and familiar hands of some of the same names you've grown to know and love in recent years.
- Syracuse Basketball Throwback Thursday: Go Back in the Day With Kueth Duany
Kueth Duany had a unique path before coming to Syracuse that ultimately led him to do tremendous things for his home country since earning his degree and winning the national title. Kueth Duany was born on April 22, 1980 in Sudan.
- All-CNY softball: Alicia Hansen is our Player of the Year...again
Liverpool shortstop Alicia Hansen is just the second Section III player to ever receive the All-CNY Player of the Year award two years in a row. Only Cicero-North Syracuse graduate Sydney O'Hara has won the award more.
- Recruiting roundup: Plethora of Division-I commitments
Area football players have been committing to college programs left and right this summer. Here are a few recent pledges you may have missed: Admiral Farragut: Defensive back Craig Watts committed to the University of Wisconsin during a weekend visit to the school.
- Florida State Men's Basketball Releases 2015-16 Non-Conference Schedule
Its first appearance in the Paradise Jam, a trip to play Iowa in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, the annual in-state rivalry game against the University of Florida, non-conference games against VCU in Atlanta and Florida Atlantic in Sunrise, Fla., and home contests against Nicholls State, Jacksonville, Southeastern Louisiana, Mississippi State and Charleston Southern highlight Florida State's 2015-16 non-conference schedule. The Seminoles will play 12 non-conference games in 2015-16 as well as a complement of 18 ACC games beginning in January.
- #SaveCuseVape: No Smoking on SU Campus, Smoke in the Dome 'Til 2017
Starting today, smoking is banned across Syracuse University. That includes the entire campus, Syracuse University Hotel and Conference Center, Drumlins and Syracuse Stage.
- NBA free agency: Carmelo Anthony and his New York Knicks may not reap much
Carmelo Anthony, forever an Orange icon, chose to stay in New York with the Knicks . . . and he's being paid very well for that show of loyalty.
- Scott Barnes brings ideal background to Pitt athletic director job
Syracuse and Pittsburgh, two programs in their ACC infancy, now have different athletics directors leading them into their respective futures than the men who delivered them to their new league home. This morning, we looked at why Mark Coyle is a good fit at Syracuse.
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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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- Video: Patrick Beilein follows in father's footsteps
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - Two decades after John Beilein left the Le Moyne bench his last name is returning to the Division II hoops program.
Patrick Beilein and his father discuss the unique opportunity for the Dolphins new head coach.
Click on the player above to see NewsChannel 9 sports reporter Shannon Shepherd's story on Patrick Beilein's arrival.
- U.S. Women's Soccer knocks off Germany, advances to World Cup Final
Montreal, QC (SportsNetwork.com) - Carli Lloyd scored a second-half penalty kick and added an assist on Tuesday as the United States booked its place in the Women's World Cup final with a 2-0 victory over Germany at the Olympic Stadium.
Lloyd scored in the knockout round win over Colombia as well and in the 1-0 quarterfinal win over China. Kelley O'Hara, who came on as a second- half substitute, bagged the other goal, sending the Americans to their fourth World Cup final.
Jill Ellis' club will vie for its third title against either England or defending champions Japan on Sunday in Vancouver.
Coming off the nervy quarterfinal win over China, the Americans faced their toughest test of the tournament in the top-ranked Germans, which reached the semifinals with a win over France in penalty kicks.
Ellis had a full squad to work with as star midfielders Megan Rapinoe and Lauren Holiday were both back in the starting 11 after missing the China match due to yellow card accumulation.
It was a battle of contrasting styles as Germany came into the match having scored 20 goals through five tournament matches, while the U.S. had scored seven, but conceded just one.
The match was wide open from the outset in front of the predominantly pro- American crowd at Olympic Stadium and Germany had the first chance as Alexandra Popp sent one with pace on frame, forcing U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo to parry it over the crossbar.
Rapinoe got in behind the German defense after eight minutes, but her effort on goal flew well wide. Five minutes later Alex Morgan had her best chance of the half when she got on the end of an excellent through ball from Tobin Heath, but German goalkeeper Nadine Angerer came off her line to make the stop.
Germany answered with a set-piece chance in the 27th minute as Popp floated a free kick to the back post from the top of the box, but it was easily headed away by Morgan Brian as the sides went into the break scoreless.
The Americans kept the attacking play up in the second half and immediately carved out a chance as Rapinoe sent a corner kick into the box for a free header, but Lloyd directed it wide of the right post.
Germany's best chance of the night came on the hour mark when Popp got in behind the defense and was pulled down by U.S. defender Julie Johnston, resulting in a penalty kick and a yellow card to Johnston.
Germany's leading scorer, Celia Sasic, stepped to the spot but dragged her attempt wide of the left post.
Just six minutes later the Americans had their opportunity from the spot when Morgan was clattered in the box by German defender Annike Krahn.
Lloyd stepped up and made no mistake, blasting it past Angerer for her third goal in as many matches.
The Americans put the match away with six minutes to play as Lloyd played facilitator. She did well to keep possession and get to the end line before playing it across the face of goal for an easy tap-in by O'Hara.
Germany pushed numbers forward looking for a late miracle as the fourth official's board showed three added minutes, but the stout American back line held serve to claim another clean sheet, their fifth of the tournament.
The World Cup Final is Sunday.
- Son of Yankee great Rivera Pitches in Auburn
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - The son of Yankees great Mariano Rivera has begin his own professional baseball career. After being drafted in the fourth round by the Washington Nationals in the 2015 MLB Draftn Mariano Rivera Jr. was sent to the Auburn Doubledays.
NewsChannel 9's Shannon Shepherd sat down with Mariano Rivera Jr. to discuss his goal of stepping out of his fathers shadow.
- Interview: SU?s veteran women?s soccer coach previews the USA/Germany game
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – USA will play Germany in the Women’s World Cup tonight, and few people are as well positioned to discuss the team as Syracuse University women’s soccer coach Phil Wheddon.
In addition to coaching the Orange, Wheddon spent six years as an assistant with the USA women’s soccer national team.
Wheddon visited Orange Nation on Tuesday to preview the game.
Click on the player to listen to the interview.
- Wisconsin Badgers coach to retire after 2015-2016 season; Orange to host Badgers at the Dome
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – The 2015-2016 will feature a rare meeting between Syracuse University and Big Ten power Wisconsin – and it may be the last time Orange fans will have a chance to see Badgers coach Bo Ryan.
Like SU’s Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim, Ryan has set a date for his retirement.
Ryan said via Twitter on Monday that the 2015-2016 campaign will be his last.
SU announced earlier this year that Boeheim will retire in three years.
The Orange will host the Badgers Wednesday, Dec. 2 at the Carrier Dome
in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
The Badgers were NCAA Tournament runners up this past season.
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