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February 7, 2017 - 9:49am
A 12-year-old Syracuse boxer ranks among the country's best vies for his first USA Boxing Silver Gloves title.

It is often said that it’s about the journey and not the destination.
Boxing is an art form. It’s as mental as it is physical. It requires attention to detail, it requires patience, it requires discipline, and it requires a lot of dedication.
The Rays Kids boxing program at the West Athletic Center in Syracuse teaches this philosophy to young kids and trains them to become champions not only inside the ring but also in life.

March 14, 2014 - 8:22pm
TJ Warren scores 28 as the Wolfpack slips past Syracuse, 66-63, in the Orange's first ACC tournament appearance.

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The end seemed so familiar to Syracuse. Down by three points with about six minutes to go, Friday’s ACC quarterfinal against N.C. State mirrored the game played at the Carrier Dome on Feb. 15.

But this time, instead of a phenomenal defensive play resulting in a C.J. Fair layup to win the game, Syracuse missed six shots in the final seconds in a 66-63 loss to N.C. State in Greensboro.

April 1, 2010 - 10:19am
Snack-E-Tology 2010 needs a re-count to determine if Big Boeheim creator Pat Manley or pop-culture whiz Alex Fish would be champ.

Duke's thriller of a win over Butler not only crowned a national champion but also the Halftime Snack's first-ever Snack-E-Tology champ. But, it took a re-count before Alex Fish earned her title.

The Snack-E-Tology Bracket Rankings

March 15, 2010 - 5:24pm
No. 1-seed Syracuse falls to West Region, lucks out with easiest path to Indy.

Syracuse was cheated.

That was the consensus when the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket revealed Syracuse had dropped to the fourth one-seed behind ACC regular season and tournament champion Duke.

May 29, 2009 - 1:12pm
Competition runs high when SU sororities play Powder Puff football for charity.

A wide receiver and cornerback matched glares as the sun set over a vast grass field on a Sunday afternoon. Tension runs high as the crowd chants and cheers as they line the sidelines. One score could end the game as the teams compete in overtime of the championship game.

Amidst all these scenes of a typical football game there is something different. The players on the field are not wearing a helmet and pads, they are wearing flags. The players are not bulky men ready to bring down the opponent at all costs, but rather sorority girls eager to pull a flag off their counterparts.