February 28, 2011 - 11:34pm
No. 7 Cavaliers shut down SU's Tumolo and Ladouceur and ride offense to easy victory over No. 5 Orange.

Complete and utter domination.

That was the only way to explain the 21-11 loss suffered by the No. 5 Syracuse women’s lacrosse team on Sunday. The No. 7 Virginia Cavaliers tore through the Syracuse defense, shut down their two biggest offensive threats and ran roughshod over the Orange.

The Cavaliers pushed and prodded the Orange defense until they exposed a hole.

Their attack weaved their way through the Syracuse zone and used second and third chances to open up a five-goal lead in the first half.

February 28, 2011 - 9:39pm
Syracuse won five close games over the weekend to improve to 12-2 on the season as they swept the Cathedral City Classic in Palm Springs, Calif.

Syracuse softball took its talents to Palm Springs, Calif., and had a clean sweep of the competition in this year’s Cathedral City Classic.

February 28, 2011 - 9:04pm
Syracuse avoided the bad weather to post a clean sweep of West Virginia Saturday, 7-0, at the Drumlins Tennis Center.

Syracuse had to settle for just one win instead of two this past weekend after their matchup against the Villanova Wildcats was cancelled due to extreme weather. Nonetheless, the Orange managed to stay unbeaten against Big East competitors with an impressive rout of the West Virginia Mountaineers Saturday, 7-0.

February 25, 2011 - 7:08pm
Syracuse will be looking for revenge when it takes on Georgetown Saturday at the Verizon Center. The Hoyas beat the Orange at the Dome less than three weeks ago.

Following a win at Villanova Monday, Syracuse will have another chance to avenge an earlier home loss Saturday against a depleted Georgetown squad. The Orange could be playing for a bye in the upcoming Big East conference tournament.

The Hoya’s will be without senior leader Chris Wright who recently broke a finger on his non-shooting hand. Wright is not expected to return until mid-March.

February 23, 2011 - 9:57pm
Syracuse shook off a slow start Tuesday then came back from 19 points down to beat Cincinnati, 55-53, to win the Orange's fourth straight game.

Syracuse carried a three-game winning streak into Cincinnati, but the game did not start out in SU’s favor. The Orange were able to respond though, as they turned a 19 point deficit into a two point win, beating the Bearcats, 55-53.

The Orange (20-6, 8-6) had one of their worst starts of the season, while Cincinnati jumped out to a 23-5 lead. The Bearcats were led by Shareese Ulis who made three early 3-pointers. Ulis was on fire from the start, and finished with a game-high 20 points. Kayla Cook and Jeanise Randolph also chipped in, with 13 and eight points, respectively.

February 21, 2011 - 10:39pm
SU women leave Akron, Ohio with an eleventh place finish, while men grab seventh.

The SU men and women’s track and field teams competed in the Big East Indoor Championships this weekend in Akron, Ohio. The men took home seventh in the last meet of the indoor season, while the women finished eleventh.

February 21, 2011 - 8:45pm
Orange can't handle Terriers in Boston, falling 6-1

The Track and Tennis Center at Boston University proved too much for the Syracuse Orange, who were defeated by the BU Terriers 6-1 on Sunday.  This loss puts Syracuse’s record at 7-2 on the season and stops their winning streak at six. The terriers have been unbeaten at home this season (5-0) and are currently riding a five game win streak.

February 21, 2011 - 12:37pm
Syracuse started the 2011 6-0, but No. 3 Alabama made short work of the Orange at the 'Bama Bash as the Crimson Tide handed SU two lopsided losses.

After opening its season with a clean sweep of the Georgia State Tournament, the Syracuse softball team took its undefeated record on the road again. The Orange competed in the ‘Bama Bash hosted by No 3 Alabama, and finished the tournament with a 3-2 record.

February 20, 2011 - 10:55am
Syracuse shook off a seven point halftime deficit and closed the game on a 17-6 run to secure a big win on the road at St. John's.

The Syracuse University women’s basketball team improved to 19-7 after defeating St. John’s University on the road Saturday, 78-67. Starting center Kayla Alexander led SU with a game-high of 26 points and eight rebounds.

February 18, 2011 - 4:36pm
Tee Ladoucer led the Orange offense in a 19-14 romp over Colgate Thursday in their season opener at the Carrier Dome.

When watching Syracuse women’s lacrosse this season remember how young they are. Remember they lost two of their top scorers. Remember that their former All-American defender is coming off of a brutal ACL injury suffered more than a year ago. That will make how fast and how athletic they are that much more incredible.

The Orange opened their season up Thursday with a 19-14 stomping of the Colgate Red Raiders. It was the sixth consecutive season-opening win for Syracuse.