After a 12-game win streak to start the season, the Orange watched their dreams of an undefeated fall by the wayside with a 2-1 loss to UMass.
The nation's No. 1-ranked Syracuse Orange field hockey team's undefeated streak has come an end.
In Thursday afternoon's match-up at UMass Amherst, the Orange (12-1) found the short end of the stick for the first time since last fall. Their 2-1 loss to the Minutewomen was only the second time the Orange scored less than two goals, the first being against the No. 2 North Carolina Tar Heels in the third game of the season.
Caring for our planet has been one important thread running through talks during the Dalai Lama's two-day visit to Syracuse.
The Dalai Lama is at Syracuse University, in case you couldn't tell. His Holiness, along with other Nobel Laureates, activists and even a former CIA director have been talking about the current state of conflict and security throughout the world, as well as ways to foster peace.
Despite scoring within the first three minutes of the game, the Orange were unable to hold the lead as they drop their second Big East conference game.
The Syracuse University men’s soccer team (9-4-0, 2-2-0 Big East) lost 2-1 to the Louisville Cardinals (7-4-0, 3-1-0 Big East) Saturday at the SU Soccer Stadium in front of a crowd of 1652.
Despite the cold weather, the Orange came out of the gates on fire as freshman midfielder Jordan Vale netted his sixth goal of the season after 2 minutes, 35 seconds of play. Vale headed the ball into the far post after a Jordan Murrell corner.
Store manager Sara Stedner's infectious creativity is on display along with her selection of baked goods.
Ask her what bubble tea is and she won’t say it’s a flavored, tea-based drink with a tapioca topping, also known as boba. That’s what it is, but to the self-proclaimed boba prodigy who memorized all 100-something recipes in a day and a half when she began working at Boba Suite Tea House, it’s so much more.
After a weekend during which the field hockey team defeated Rutgers and Princeton, the undefeated Orange are now the team to beat.
After convincing shutout wins against Rutgers and No. 3-ranked Princeton last weekend, the Orange field hockey team has been voted as the No. 1 team in the nation.
When Tuesday's poll came out, the Orange (9-0) had secured 25 first place votes, supplanting the University of North Carolina (22 first place votes) as the top team in the nation. The Tar Heels had held the top spot for the majority of the season.
Friday, the Orange downed Rutgers (4-5) 6-0 behind two goals from All-American Kelsey Millman and two assists by sophomore Stephanie Hussey.
SU's Orange Madness will treat Syracuse fans and students to a preview of the men's and women's basketball teams before the season.
On Oct. 12, former SU basketball star Scoop Jardine and Jazmine Jordan, daughter of Michael Jordan, will host Orange Madness in the Carrier Dome, the SU athletics department announced Wednesday.
This year's special guest performer is rapper Wale, who has produced two studio albums with a third due to be released in early 2013. Tickets are free open to the public, and the event is set to begin at 8 p.m.
Go for a treasure hunt in Central New York's Regional Market Authority.
Need an accordian? How about a hatchet? Or what about a clear toilet brush with seashells and plastic seaweed floating around inside the handle? Maybe you didn't need these things before, but if you need them now, head to Central New York's Regional Market Authority for its Sunday Flea Markets.