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Building relationships with players is Sean Lawlor’s biggest strength as coach

Get the latest Syracuse news delivered right to your inbox. Subscribe to our sports newsletter here. Sean Lawlor’s transition into coaching made sense. As a player, he was described as a “typical English center back.” He was a loud, annoying, aggressive player that talked nonstop, whether it was factual or nonsense, he said. He liked to play hard, especially in the air, trying to win headers and tackles.
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'Phins Don't Let 'Phins Swim Alone

Of the many lessons Jack Duncanson ’23 has learned throughout his time at Le Moyne, the most important is this: to ask for help. When Jack first began his college experience on another campus, he tried to do everything on his own. He promised himself that he would break that habit after he transferred to Le Moyne, and that he would reach out to faculty for assistance when he needed it. He’s kept that promise, and it has made all of the difference. Not only is the accounting major succeeding academically, but he is also involved on campus as a member of the Accounting Club.

Finding Her Niche

It only took Madison Manning ’24 a few weeks to find her niche on the Le Moyne campus. In that short time, Madison discovered that her professors knew her by name. They were committed to helping her achieve her academic goals and available to answer any question she might have, whether it was about classwork or College life in general. In short, she’d found an environment that was inclusive and in which people could be themselves and learn from one another.

How Can a CNY Afghan War Veteran get Support if Their Soul is Injured?

Syracuse University and Le Moyne College are shedding light on what veterans who served in Afghanistan are feeling about the US withdrawal, especially if they’re questioning what they were fighting for. A program Wednesday at Le Moyne explored moral injury, or a sense of damage to someone’s conscience. 28-year Army...

Men's Soccer Plays a Pair of Games At Home This Week

Erie, Pa.—The Mercyhurst Men's Soccer team plays a pair of games this week. On Tuesday the Lakers close out non-conference play against Le Moyne. On Saturday the Lakers host cross town rival Gannon in a PSAC West matchup. The Matchups. The Lakers and Le Moyne have only played each other...

A Leap of Faith Worth Taking

For Sadie Davis ’24, the decision to transfer to Le Moyne was, admittedly, a leap of faith, but one that she is ultimately happy to have taken. Sadie began her college career at a larger institution and, while the experience was valuable and academically engaging, she couldn’t shake the feeling that something was missing. That changed as soon as she arrived at the College and suddenly found herself part of a community that she describes as “welcoming, refreshing and versatile.”


PAUL MCSHEE recently joined Symphoria, the nonprofit professional orchestra of Central New York, as its youth orchestra music director. He will be directing Symphoria’s youth orchestras, which give students with a passion for music an opportunity to develop their skills, refine their musicianship, and cultivate an overall appreciation for excellence in music with other similarly interested students. Students receive coaching from Symphoria musicians, masterclasses with selected guest artists, and a side-by-side performance experience with Symphoria musicians. McShee is currently the assistant professor of orchestral studies at Binghamton University. He has guest conducted many orchestras, including the Baltimore Symphony and the London Paradisal Players.

Burr Scores Game-Winner To Push Women's Soccer Past Pace, 2-1

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Kelsey Burr (Wallingford, Conn.) scored the game-winning goal in the 88th minute to help the Southern Connecticut State University women's soccer team defeat Pace, 2-1, in a Northeast 10 Conference matchup at Jess Dow Field on Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2021. With the win, the Owls improve to 3-5-1 overall and 2-3-1 in the NE10, while the Setters fall to 3-4-3 overall and 1-4-3 in the NE10.

Le Moyne program encourages young women to stay involved in

The pandemic has certainly shaken up the careers of thousands across the Empire State. In many schools, there is an increased effort to facilitate the future of the workforce and equal representation in it. Overall, more than 50% of all undergraduate students are female. At Le Moyne College, administrators are...

Volleyball Defeats Le Moyne In Five Set Frenzy

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The Southern Connecticut State University volleyball team defeated Le Moyne College in a five-set frenzy at Pelz Gymnasium. The Owls improves to 13-4 on the season and 2-1 in the Northeast 10, while the Dolphins fall to 2-9 overall and 0-3 in the NE10. Five Owls...

A Healing Heart

When it comes to the culinary arts, Tamana Tajik ’23 acknowledges that her strengths lie more in tasting than cooking. “Everyone has their gifts,” she says with a laugh. Tajik’s particular set of skills lies not in chopping, seasoning and sautéing, but in organizing, leading and uplifting others. Yet she recently found herself standing in the kitchen of the With Love Restaurant in downtown Syracuse, alongside her sisters, Soniya and Raheleh, surrounded by pots, pans and ingredients, helping to prepare authentic Afghan food. She was there to raise funds in support of charities benefiting a nation she’s never had the opportunity to visit, but which she will always call home. And in doing so, she truly lived Saint Ignatius’ credo: “Love is shown more in deed than words.”

Bentley Drops a Tough One in Overtime to Le Moyne, 1-0

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Le Moyne's Joe Falcone scored in the 104th minute to give the host Dolphins a 1-0 double overtime victory over the Bentley University men's soccer team on Saturday. The teams had battled in a scoreless tie through 90 minutes of regulation and the first 10minute overtime period...

Women's Soccer Hosts Le Moyne on Saturday, Oct. 2

Southern Connecticut State University (1-5-1, 0-3-1 NE10) vs. Le Moyne College Dolphins (0-3-2, 1-4-2 NE10) Location: Jess Dow Field (New Haven, Conn.) The Southern Connecticut State University women's soccer team will host Le Moyne in conference play on Saturday, Oct. 2. Spectator Policy. Southern Connecticut State University and the Department...