Syracuse volleyball remains nationally ranked, SU alumni leaves lasting impact, and Syracuse women’s basketball in ESPN top-15 recruiters list for fourth time in five years.
The Syracuse men’s soccer team finally kicked off their season – much delayed due to coronavirus complications – but couldn’t force a win against nationally rank Pitt in double overtime.
NCAA grants the Orange all-time-assist leader Tiana Mangakahia an eligibility extension waiver.
Syracuse alumni prove their potential in the NBA and NFL and Syracuse men’s and women’s cross-country teams defend their titles.
Coming into the weekend doubleheader as the heavy underdog, Syracuse volleyball shocked Pitt by winning both games in the ACC matches.
Syracuse football defeats Georgia Tech for the first time in series history with a 37-20 victory.
Syracuse volleyball defeats Pitt in five sets, handing the Panthers their first ACC loss since October 2018.
The $118 million in stadium improvements include a new fixed roof, air conditioning and a supersized video board.
Syracuse athletic director John Wildhack pledges donation towards growth of student-athletes and the athletics department.
The Orange start off the season 0-2 for the first time since 2013 as SU’s offense fails to find its rhythm against Pitt’s top tier defense.