DAYTON, Ohio — ‘Cardiac Cuse’ was the case Wednesday night as Syracuse beat Arizona State 60-56 in the NCAA First Four.
With both schools facing media and fan scrutiny as to whether they deserved a shot at the NCAA tournament, Syracuse held off the Sun Devils with six free throws in the final minute to earn an 11th-seed slot against 6th-seed Texas Christian on Friday.
From the opening tip, both squads wanted to jump out to a quick start and avoid early mistakes.
When Ashley O’Mara took an online application quiz for Jeopardy!, she would have never thought a year later she would appear on the broadcasted show. Right before Thanksgiving break of this year, O’Mara received a call that would change her life; that day, producers from the show called to invite her to Los Angeles to be on the show in mid-December.
BROOKLYN-It was a total team effort. All starters scored in double digits and the team shot a combined 54.8 percent across the field. Yet, it was the defensive effort that mattered most. Contrary to the last meeting between these teams—when failing to guard the 3-point line cost them the game—Syracuse held Wake Forest to 20.7 percent (6-29 FGA) from beyond the arc tonight.
The NewsHouse presents episode three of Goal Line Extended, our new lacrosse show. Lead Sports Producer Will Muoio speaks with Marcus Gronauer and Will Scott about how the men’s and women’s team did against the Virginia Cavaliers and previews its upcoming games against non-conference opponents.
Did you miss last week’s episode? Check it out below.
Singer-songwriter Trevor Hall made his way up to Central New York this weekend for a stop along his “A Night in the Village” Tour, to showcase new music and reminisce on some old memories that inspire his work.
Held in Homer, New York, it was the ninth show on Hall’s 13-stop tour around the eastern United States. The event was put on by Homer’s Center for the Arts in their 400-seat theater.
The Syracuse University Orange (19-12, 8-10 ACC) held its own late in the final game of the regular season, defeating number 18 ranked Clemson 55-52.
“We were due for one of these. We play with so much heart, we’re always in every game,” Battle said.
A second-half shooting slump prevented Syracuse from winning its opening ACC tournament game versus Virginia Tech, as the Hokies won 85-70.
In a repeat from Feb. 1 when the Hokies defeated the Orange in the Carrier Dome, both teams were looking to win an opening game and help their potential chance to reach the NCAA tournament. If the Orange were going to win the game, they’d need to hit shots from beyond the arc.
Syracuse University DanceWorks put on the first of two showings of its 2018 Spring Spectacular showcase in Goldstein Auditorium Friday night.
The performance featured two acts and 19 separate numbers in a range of styles including hip-hop, tap, lyrical and contemporary dance. Founded in 1986, DanceWorks is a fully student-run organization at SU that puts on two showcases throughout the year, among other community performances.
The complex housing the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics is usually quiet at night, but this Wednesday evening was out of the ordinary.
On Feb. 28, Syracuse University students and faculty crowded the hallways as they filed into Grant Auditorium for the Third Annual Ann Selkowitz Litt Distinguished Speaker Series. In recognition of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, Falk College welcomed world-renowned supermodel Emme ’85 for her lecture “Facing our fears: Embracing the ones we’re with!”
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass.–A lack of offensive distribution hurt the Syracuse men’s basketball team in its hunt for the NCAA Tournament with an 85-70 loss versus Boston College.
The Orange (18-12, 7-10 ACC) needed to reveal its offense, which went missing in its previous game versus Duke University. With an opponent like Boston College (17-13, 7-10 ACC) they had the opportunity to do just that.