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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 19, 1994
A men's lacrosse capsule in yesterday's Sun incorrectly reported the best start in Loyola College history. The 1989 team went 10-0 in the regular season.The Sun regrets the errors.Tim McGeeney is walking into a goalie's nightmare.He can't wait.McGeeney is the last line of defense for Loyola, which is in Syracuse, N.Y., tonight for its stiffest challenge since it was first voted No. 1 in men's college lacrosse on April 11.Since losing to Loyola at Curley Field in March 1993, Syracuse has won an NCAA title and gone 19-1, the only setback coming at Johns Hopkins a month ago. The third-ranked Orangemen are nearly unbeatable at the Carrier Dome, where the crescendo of the crowd accompanies their relentless transition game, a combination that buries all but a few visitors.
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Mike Preston | May 16, 2014
As soon as goalie Gunnar Waldt made the last save in the final seconds to preserve Bryant's 10-9 upset against Syracuse on Sunday night, his life changed. He got rock star status. "My cell phone and those of my family were blowing up," said Waldt, a sophomore out of St. Paul's. "I kept hearing about how I was on the news and sportscasts back home. And then I started to hear about awards, but all I'm trying to do is stay levelheaded and focused. " That will be easy for Waldt.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | March 19, 1993
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Down in Winston-Salem they're able to showcase a North Carolina. Indiana's a headliner in Indianapolis and Duke, despite its No. 3 seed, is the team grabbing all the attention in Chicago.That's not the case at the Carrier Dome, where folks still are trying to dig out of last weekend's 43-inch snowfall. Even though none of the marquee teams are here, there is potential for some interesting second-round games in the East Regional if the higher seeds make it out of today.No.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2014
ESPN analyst Mark Dixon provided play-by-play of fifth-seeded Denver's 9-5 victory over North Carolina in an NCAA tournament first-round game on Saturday night. The former Johns Hopkins midfielder, who will be in the ESPNU studio in Charlotte for the quarterfinals round next weekend, offered his thoughts on the most stunning result of the weekend, the unseeded team with the best chance to get to the Final Four at M&T Bank Stadium, and his pick for the Tewaaraton Award. Which first-round outcome stood out the most?
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2014
No. 11 Maryland has looked overpowering in 16-3 and 14-3 routs of Mount St. Mary's and UMBC in back-to-back Saturdays, but the team's resolve will be tested in Saturday's road game against No. 2 and new Atlantic Coast Conference rival Syracuse. It will be the first time since 1983 that the Terps and Orange will meet in a regular-season contest, and it will be Maryland's first visit to Syracuse since 1960. The Terps will face an Orange program that has captured 11 national championships and will play in the fabled Carrier Dome before departing the ACC for the Big Ten conference next season.
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By Gary Lambrecht | April 7, 2000
No. 3 Loyola (7-0) at No. 1 Syracuse (6-0) Site: Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y. Time: 8 p.m. TV/Radio: Ch. 2/WNST (1570 AM) Skinny: Two of the nation's best offenses clash. The Greyhounds need to take advantage of having the top extra-man attack in the game. Midfielder Mike Battista needs to have a big night. Containing the dynamic Syracuse attack, led by Ryan Powell, will be tough. Orangemen goalie Rob Mulligan could be the difference. The Greyhounds are going for the third straight regular-season win over Syracuse, including their second straight at the Carrier Dome.
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March 21, 2002
Opponent: Kentucky (22-9) in NCAA tournament East Regional semifinal Site: Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y. When: Tomorrow, 10:03 p.m. (approximately) TV/Radio: Chs. 13, 9/WBAL (1090 AM) Line: Maryland by 6
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By Doug Brown | May 24, 1991
SYRACUSE VS. NORTH CAROLINA* WHEN: Tomorrow, noon.* WHERE: Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y.* RADIO: WITH-AM 1230.* OUTLOOK: Top-seeded North Carolina (14-0), in the Final Four for the 10th time in 12 years, faces a team that reigns supreme in the Carrier Dome. No. 5 Syracuse (12-2) has won 31 of its last 32 in the Dome (losing to Johns Hopkins March 23) and is 13-0 there in the NCAA playoffs. North Carolina defeated Syracuse decisively, 10-3, March 9, but that was in Chapel Hill, N.C. The Orangemen are seeking an unprecedented fourth straight NCAA championship.
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From Sun staff reports | January 18, 2013
Syracuse University will retire the jersey of All-American Carmelo Anthony on Feb. 23 when the Orange hosts Georgetown at the Carrier Dome. Anthony, a former Towson Catholic star who helped lead the Orange to the 2003 NCAA championship, was a consensus All-American that season. A large replica of Anthony's jersey will be unveiled in the rafters of the Carrier Dome, alongside nine other previously retired basketball uniform tops, and he will be presented with a framed jersey at halftime.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | May 20, 1991
This was not your garden variety lacrosse matchup. It was ace against ace. Your best against mine. Tony Seaman's best attackman against Roy Simmons' best defenseman.It was this: Johns Hopkins' Matt Panetta vs. Syracuse's Pat McCabe.Seaman and Simmons would not distill it that far, instead spreading the blame and credit. But there is no question that Panetta vs. McCabe was one key to fifth-seeded Syracuse's 11-8 victory over No. 4 Johns Hopkins in an NCAA tournament quarterfinal yesterday before 10,723 at Homewood.
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From Inside Lacrosse magazine | April 17, 2014
If the 100th meeting between the Syracuse and Hobart men's lacrosse teams is anything like the 99th or the 98th, the No. 4 Orange will face a firestorm of emotion at 3 p.m. Saturday in Geneva, N.Y. The Statesmen are 4-7 in Greg Raymond's inaugural season as head coach, thanks in large part to the loss of senior star attackman Alex Love to an abdominal muscle problem and a host of other key injuries and suspensions. On paper, it's certainly a one-sided affair. "When you look at the Hobart-Syracuse game, I think you can throw the records right out the window because it's always been a very competitive game," Syracuse coach John Desko said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2014
No. 11 Maryland has looked overpowering in 16-3 and 14-3 routs of Mount St. Mary's and UMBC in back-to-back Saturdays, but the team's resolve will be tested in Saturday's road game against No. 2 and new Atlantic Coast Conference rival Syracuse. It will be the first time since 1983 that the Terps and Orange will meet in a regular-season contest, and it will be Maryland's first visit to Syracuse since 1960. The Terps will face an Orange program that has captured 11 national championships and will play in the fabled Carrier Dome before departing the ACC for the Big Ten conference next season.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | November 8, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - Maryland's bid to secure bowl eligibility with a victory Saturday will come against a school with which coach Randy Edsall could hardly have more history. Edsall, 55, attended Syracuse, where he was a backup quarterback and met his wife-to-be. After graduating, he remained at the university as an assistant coach for 11 years. "I have very fond memories," Edsall said this week as the Terps (5-3, 1-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) prepared for the Orange (4-4, 2-2 ACC)
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2013
It was an unusual weekend for Randy Edsall. The Maryland football coach and his wife, Eileen, were at Syracuse, the school where the couple met. She was being honored for her achievements as a basketball and volleyball player. The couple mingled with other honorees, including former Orange and NFL star receiver Art Monk. Edsall was a backup quarterback and played with Monk. But here's the thing: With Maryland playing Syracuse this Saturday, Edsall wasn't permitted under NCAA rules to watch warmups for Syracuse's game against Wake Forest.
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By Chris Carlson, The Post-Standard | March 16, 2013
The first assignment for Sean Young, a transfer from Towson in his first game with Syracuse, wasn't easy. He needed to shut down the leading scorer for one of the nation's top offenses and the winningest program in the history of lacrosse. But that's exactly what he did in the No. 10 Orange's 13-8 win over No. 9 Johns Hopkins, limiting the Blue Jays' Brandon Benn to one goal and seemingly providing a long-term answer to who would replace the injured Brandon Mullins in the Syracuse (4-1)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2013
No. 9 Johns Hopkins has enjoyed a 5-1 start in which the team has outscored its opponents by an average of 8.0 goals in the wins; the only hiccup was an 11-8 loss to Princeton on March 1. Saturday's road contest against No. 10 Syracuse (3-1) will be a measuring stick of the Blue Jays' development since that setback to the Tigers, coach Dave Pietramala said. “I would say that this is an opportunity to see how we've grown since we've kind of started this,” he said Wednesday.
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May 24, 2012
Michelle Tumolo , Syracuse Senior, Mullica Hill , N.J., attacker Tumolo scored the last of her four goals with five seconds left to complete a 17-16 Orange comeback victory over North Carolina in an NCAA tournament quarterfinal Saturday. The Tewaaraton Award finalist had a hand in all three goals scored by the Orange as it rallied from down 16-14 in the final three minutes at the Carrier Dome. She cut the lead to one with 2:24 to go and then fed Kailah Kempney to tie with 39 seconds left.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2013
Before the Maryland women played Syracuse at the Carrier Dome on Sunday, Terps freshman midfielder Taylor Cummings had a serious case of stage fright, but that's nothing new. “My mom said I looked like I was about to throw up before the Syracuse game, which I was,” Cummings said. “Every game, I get nervous whether it's fall ball, practice or a big game, but the second that whistle blows, my teammates make me feel comfortable and I just think about lacrosse and that's it.” The butterflies disappeared quickly against Syracuse.
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From Sun staff reports | January 18, 2013
Syracuse University will retire the jersey of All-American Carmelo Anthony on Feb. 23 when the Orange hosts Georgetown at the Carrier Dome. Anthony, a former Towson Catholic star who helped lead the Orange to the 2003 NCAA championship, was a consensus All-American that season. A large replica of Anthony's jersey will be unveiled in the rafters of the Carrier Dome, alongside nine other previously retired basketball uniform tops, and he will be presented with a framed jersey at halftime.
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