Final projections place Syracuse in the Pinstripe Bowl

Earlier in the week, a majority of publications projected Syracuse playing in AAC opponent in the Wasabi Fenway Bowl after SU finished the regular season 7-5. But in the past week, those projections have started to shift toward Syracuse playing in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl in New York City because of academic scheduling issues. That would pit the Orange against a Big 10 opponent on Dec. 29 at 2 p.m. at Yankee Stadium.
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Syracuse basketball box score at Notre Dame

Syracuse, N.Y. — Here are the numbers from Syracuse’s 62-61 victory at Notre Dame on Saturday afternoon at Purcell Pavilion in South Bend, Indiana. If you’re having trouble seeing the stats on your mobile device, click here. SU_ND_box by Nate Mink on Scribd. MORE ORANGE BASKETBALL. Jesse...
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SU advances to 2nd-ever College Cup, defeats Vermont 2-1

Get the latest Syracuse news delivered right to your inbox. Subscribe to our sports newsletter here. All of Syracuse’s bench stood with five minutes left. The Orange’s midfielders were clearing every Vermont chance while SU keeper Russell Shealy punched the ball away. Shealy collided with Catamount Garrett Lillie...
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Quick Hits: Edwards should be Syracuse’s center of attention

Syracuse edged Notre Dame on Saturday, 62-61. Here are some quick hits from the game:. It hardly needs mentioning that the Orange should continue to focus on getting the ball to Jesse Edwards in pretty much every game, not just those when he has a size advantage. His size, length, dexterity, and skillset are a lot for anyone to handle and when he demands double teams, it opens up other options for the offense.
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Five Takeaways: Syracuse 62 Notre Dame 61

Syracuse basketball topped Notre Dame 62-61 to pick up a big road win on Saturday. Here are five takeaways from the victory. The Syracuse defense was really good once again. Over the first portion of the first half, the Orange failed to identify open shooters and Notre Dame shot 6-9 from three point range. However, Syracuse corrected that issue for the rest of the game, and the Irish went five for its last 24. Syracuse forced 10 turnovers, held Notre Dame 11 points below its scoring average (72), nearly 10 percentage points below its shooting percentage on the season (47.6% on the season, 38.3% vs Syracuse) and below its three point percentage (36% on the season, 33% vs Syracuse). The Irish's best player, Nate Laszewski was held to just two points on 1-6 shooting. He was averaging nearly 17 points per game coming in. This team has potential to be a very good defensive one and showed evidence of that on Saturday.

Three takeaways from Syracuse’s 62-61 win over Notre Dame

It’s a simple concept. You give the ball to your best player. He gives you results. A 22 point, 14 rebound game from Jesse Edwards propelled the Syracuse Orange to a 62-61 victory over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Edwards got help with a bounce-back game from Joe Girard who had 20 points on 9-18 shooting. Syracuse held a usually good Notre Dame offense to only 38.3% shooting from the floor.

Syracuse punches ticket to College Cup

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (SU ATHLETICS) – Syracuse men’s soccer is heading back to Cary, N.C. for the NCAA College Cup! The Orange advance to soccer’s version of the Final Four after beating Vermont 2-1 in the NCAA Championship Quarterfinal. Even with high winds in the first half, Syracuse was able to establish an attacking rhythm. The […]

Syracuse Basketball: Win at Notre Dame is huge for Orange’s confidence

Syracuse basketball picked up a massive confidence boost this weekend. The Orange, suiting up at 6-1 Notre Dame on Saturday afternoon from the Purcell Pavilion, scored a 62-61 win over the Fighting Irish for the premier victory to date in the young 2022-23 season for the ‘Cuse. Not only...

Syracuse men’s soccer beat Vermont to head to their second ever College Cup

When the Syracuse Orange start the scoring with an olimpico, you have a feeling it’s going to be a fun ride. The Orange played an up and down match, weathered the storm from the Vermont Catamounts and are heading back to the College Cup after a 2-1 victory. Finishing the campaign 11-2-2 at home, the Orange will take to the road next week, returning to Cary, North Carolina where they won the ACC Title in order to face Creighton in the College Cup Semifinal.

Quick Recap: Notre Dame loses ACC opener to Syracuse, 62-61

The Irish hoped to continue the momentum at home after a great win over Michigan St. Wednesday night. The Syracuse Orange came to town with a 3-4 record hoping to get back to even. Opening the first half the Irish and the Syracuse Orange traded blows making 13-10 about 5...

Orange face another road test at Yale

The Syracuse women’s basketball team is back in action Sunday afternoon at Yale after a tough loss to the Purdue Boilermakers last Wednesday. The Orange struggled on both ends of the court in the first half against Purdue, mustering up just 29 points to Purdue’s 47. Syracuse’s playmakers were simply unable to work around the Boilermakers’ defense.

Syracuse men’s basketball wins ACC opener over Notre Dame

With just seven-seconds left and Syracuse up by one point, Notre Dame guard Dane Goodwin pulled up for a corner jump shot. Luckily for the Orange, it hit the rim and missed; SU came away with a 62-61 win. This marks Syracuse’s first win in four contests, and a strong start to the ACC season.

Syracuse women’s basketball: what to watch for vs. Yale

Third time’s the charm? That’s what the Syracuse Orange women’s basketball team is hoping will come to fruition as the program continues its play on the road. The Orange (5-2) are looking to break its early season road losing streak. After falling to Penn State and Purdue, Syracuse hopes to buck the trend against the Yale Bulldogs (4-4).

TRIGUN STAMPEDE Locks and Loads January 7 Premiere Plans

A new English-subtitled trailer for TRIGUN STAMPEDE made its way online today thanks to TOHO animation, who took the opportunity to preview the opening and ending themes and reveal a premiere date. Anime studio Orange is handling the new take on Yasuhiro Nightow’s creation, and it officially begins on January 7.

Syracuse Zone Stifles Irish in Second Stanza for 62-61 Win

Notre Dame, Ind. — Syracuse used its interior presence to offset Notre Dame’s early long-range shooting efforts, and Orange veteran scorer Joe Girard broke out of a three-game scoring slump in a 62-61 upset victory over Mike Brey’s Irish at Purcell Pavilion. Freshman guard Judah Mintz hit...