Syracuse Orange vs. LSU Tigers Recap
September 26, 2015
The LSU Tigers looked to stay undefeated as they headed to Syracuse to take on the Orangemen. The Orangemen put up a good fight most of the game, but LSU would prove to much. Leonard Fournette was the star for LSU as he would rush for a career-high 244 yard, and tack on two touchdowns. Zack Moahoney had his ups and downs for the game, as he tried to keep the Orangemen in the game as he did throw 3 touchdowns, but completed 40% of his passes. He did keep them in the game, but the Tigers would prove to much for Orange and go on to win by 10 and remain undefeated on the season, and head into SEC play next week.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Syracuse Orange Recap
February 24, 2015
The Syracuse Orange went into the Purcell Pavilion and pulled off the upset of the 9th ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish. B.J. Johnson's layup gave Syracuse a 27-17 lead late in the first half. Demetrius Jackson's layup pulled Notre Dame within 3 at 38-35 with 12 minutes remaining in the second half. Jerian Grant's layup cut the Syracuse lead to 51-49 with just over 3 minutes remaining. Though two quick baskets by Trevor Cooney pushed the lead back to 7 and Syracuse would hold on for the upset win. B.J. Johnson had a game high 19 points for Syracuse. Bonzie Colson had 16 points in a losing effort for Notre Dame.
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Syracuse Orange vs. Miami Hurricanes (WOMEN) Recap
February 12, 2015
Miami picked up a big road win over Syracuse in women's basketball action Thursday night at the Carrier Dome. Though the teams entered with similar records, Miami led 35-25 at the half and also outscored the Orange after the break for a relatively easy win. Suriya McGuire led the Hurricanes with 17 points on 7-of-11 shooting, and Michelle Woods added 15, with 13 of those points scored from the free throw line. Miami improved to 17-7, 7-4 in ACC play. The road win certainly helps their tournament chances.
For Syracuse, Alexis Peterson scored 21 points and Brianna Butler had 19, but the team shot only 35% from the floor and was outrebounded 30-23. The Orange fell to 17-8, 7-5 in the ACC. The Orange still look like an NCAA tournament team but have lost three of five.