Men's basketball team to play exhibitions in Canada

The Syracuse men's basketball team will travel north to play four exhibition games against Canadian Universities in August.

The men's basketball team will be heading north to play exhibition games in Canada. The NCAA allows teams to go on foreign tours once every four years and the Orange are using this opportunity to visit Canada August 20th through the 25th.

The trip will be a homecoming for incoming freshman Tyler Ennis. The point guard is a native of Brammpton, Ontario, and a member of the Canadian under-19 team that will be competing in the 2013 FIBA Under-19 World Championship.

The team begins play August 21st in Montreal against Bishops University. The next day, Syracuse will take on McGill University.

The team will then travel to Ottawa for two more games. First they will Carelton University August 23rd. The Orange conclude play the 24th against Ottawa University.

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