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Syracuse Orange Basketball 2015-2016 News and Updates

2014-2015 Season

2/27/15 - Even though the Orangemen are banned from the postseason due this year, there is still much to play for in the remaining games of the season. Last night’s 65-60 upset of ninth ranked Notre Dame showed what this talented team is capable of. With Coach Jim Boeheim’s trademark zone defense, the Orangemen locked down the Irish, holding them to 3 for 22 from deep for a frigid 13% clip. Trevor Kooney carried his team in the second half with 11 points and a pair of baskets that put the game away late. Make sure that you don’t miss your last opportunity to see Syracuse Orange Basketball this season by securing tickets to the season finale, March 2nd against the Virginia Cavaliers at the Carrier Dome. Razorgator has tickets starting at just $19.
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2/18/15 - Having lost four out of their last six contests, the Orangemen are in a bit of a slump as they head down the stretch of their ACC conference schedule. They seem undoubtedly affected by the school’s recent self-imposed sanctions on postseason play. In their most recent loss to the fourth ranked Duke Blue Devils, the Orangemen played competitively, but just couldn’t finish. Though there isn’t a postseason to play for anymore, the Orangemen can still finish their season on a strong note while the school awaits possible further NCAA sanctions for past recruiting violations. Come out to the Carrier Dome to catch the final three home games of the season, starting with tonight’s contest against the #12 Louisville Cardinals. With tickets available starting at just $8, Razorgator is your ticket to Syracuse Orange Basketball.

2/12/15 - One of the most exciting teams in terms of offense is the Syracuse Orange. They have always been competitive for years, but they are trying to go all the way this time around. They are riding high off a great win over Boston College tonight. The final score ended up being 70-56, and it was a blowout from the very start. In their sterling performance, Michael Gbinije went on to score 21 points with 7 rebounds. He was an unstoppable force for the Orange, and this bodes well because he is taking on that leadership role that many that he could handle very early in the season. Their next game is against Duke, who are the 4th ranked team in the nation. Tickets are available now for $41.

2/4/15 - The Syracuse Orange basketball team had a devastating 86-93 loss against the North Carolina Tar Heels on Monday, January 26. Syracuse thought they had the game in hand, with a 56-50 lead with only 13 minutes left in the game. Trevor Cooney hit the boards strong for the Orange, with a season high of 28 points, and Rakeem Christmas helped out with 22 points and 12 rebounds. The team's patented 2-3 zone also performed well for most of the game; however, North Carolina's Marcus Paige, Nate Britt, and Kennedy Meeks reversed the momentum late in the game with an 18-6 run to bring the Tar Heels to victory. The Orange next face Virginia Tech on Tuesday Feb. 3, and then have another game against the Pittsburgh Panthers on Saturday, Feb. 7. Tickets to the Pittsburgh game remain on sale, starting at $11.

1/27/15 - Sporting a record of 14-6, the Syracuse Orange are the 4th ranked team in the Atlantic Coast Division. Their last game, which took place on Saturday, didn’t quite go according to plan. They ended up losing to Miami 66-62. It was a hard-fought game for four quarters, but they simply couldn’t score when it mattered the most. In their loss, Tyler Robinson had a great game, scoring 10 points with 14 rebounds. He had a lot of second chance points, but his efforts were not enough to stop the streaky Miami team. Up next for them is a competitive game against the 13th ranked North Carolina Tar Heels. It should be a fun game for the fans, and tickets can be bought right now for $24.

1/22/15 - Last week the Syracuse Orange basketball team was up to seven wins in a row. Things were looking up as the team got up to 13-4. Unfortunately, their streak was brought to an end when they took on the Clemson Tigers on Jan. 17. The Orange had a miserable start, trailing by more than 20 points by the half. They played much better after that point, but it simply was not enough to turn it around. With a final score of 53-66, Syracuse got their fifth loss for the season. More recently, they blew away the Boston College Eagles in a game that had almost exactly the opposite scores as their previous game. As they travel to take on the Miami Hurricanes, they can only hope they are starting a new streak.

1/12/15 -The Syracuse Orange basketball team is back from their close call last game to blow away their opponents again. This time, the Florida State Seminoles didn't stand a chance, already trailing by 13 at the half. With a final score of 57-70, the Orange has now won six games in a row and has a record of 12-4. Unfortunately, Syracuse didn't make it out of the game unscathed. Only eight minutes into the game, Chris McCullough, a key player for the Orange, came down awkwardly on his ankle and fell to the court in pain. It wasn't clear at the time, but Syracuse now realizes that he will miss the rest of the season. Many are still optimistic about his draft power for next year, however. You will have to watch closely to see how his team fairs without him when they play the Wake Forest Demon Deacons on Jan. 13th.

1/9/15 - The Syracuse Orange basketball team went up against the Geogia Tech Yellow Jackets and was able to pull off a victory by the skin of their teeth. After a tense first half, where the Orange earned a tiny one-point lead with 28-27, both teams scored the same amount of points in the second. This means that Syracuse barely held onto their lead and won by a single point. In fact, Rakeem Christmasscored two free throws with 12 seconds remaining to get the lead back, and they only held it becausethe Yellow Jackets missed a three pointer at the buzzer. With a final score of 46-45, the Orange now has a five-game winning streak and has 11-4 for the season. Tickets are $11 for the next game against Florida State on Jan. 13th.

1/2/15 - The Syracuse Orange basketball team blew away their competition when they took on the Long Beach State 49ers on Sunday. After scoring more in each half, first by four and then by 14, the game ended with the Orange ahead 67-85. Michael Gbinije and Rakeem Christmas tied for the lead on their team with 24 points each and the Orange made 58% of their shots. All in all, Syracuse played an excellent game. Now that they are at 8-4, they are looking ahead as they prepare to take on the Cornell Big Red (6-6) on New Year's Day. Tickets for that game start at $32 and then the Orange will have a few away games. They will return on January 11th to play Florida State.

12/26/14 - The Syracuse Orange basketball team had no troubles when they took on the Colgate Raiders on Monday. After scoring 30 more points than their opponents in the first half, Syracuse finished strong for a final score of 43-78. Trevor Cooney led his team with 20 scored points and Rakeem Christmas followed with 16 points and 11 rebounds. This overwhelming victory brings the Syracuse Orange to 7-4, which is an excellent record. They were handed the majority of their losses in the last couple games, so it is good for them to be turning it around. They will be taking on the Long Beach State 49ers (5-8) on the 28th where they will be looking to start a winning streak. Tickets are available starting at $22.

12/19/14 - Christmas came early for Syracuse Orange basketball fans on Sunday, as the home team defeated Louisiana Tech 71-69. Following a pair of tough home losses, the Orangemen got back on track versus the Bulldogs in dramatic fashion, as senior Rakeem Christmas sank a short hook shot in the lane with just 2.2 seconds left on the clock, lifting his team to victory and a 6-3 record for the season. Trevor Cooney led all scorers with 25 points, and sophomore Tyler Roberson added 14 points and 17 rebounds for the Orange in the winning effort. Syracuse will have to play well to earn their first road victory of the season, as they visit #7 Villanova at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday afternoon. Get in the game with Razorgator—great seats are available starting at just $18.

12/12/14 - Syracuse Orange basketball coach, Jim Boeheim, did not play man to man in last Saturday's game to St. John. Over the course of his 39-year tenure at Syracuse, the coach rarely made changes to his starting lineup, unless facilitated by a suspension or injury. In the team's loss to St. John, Boeheim altered the lineup by taking out B.J. Johnson and putting in Michael Gbinije. Having been a starter in the three previous games, it was a shock to see Johnson taken out. It will be interesting to see if the coach keeps the new starting lineup, or changes it back. The change did not immediately help the team, who lost to St. John 69-57. The coach and team have high hopes in getting back on track at their next game, beginning at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14, in the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y. Be sure to snag your tickets now for as low as $3.

12/5/14 - The Syracuse Orange basketball men’s team played a tough match against a strong opponent Tuesday night. The team faced the number 17 Michigan Wolverines on the road, rallying in the last few minutes and taking the game down to the wire. After missing two three point shots in the first half, Trevor Cooney pulled through in the second half and went 4-for-7, helping the team make up a 10 point deficit. They finished the game down a mere three points, with a final score of 65-68. This gives them a 5-2 overall record so far for the season. They will play against St. Johns University on Saturday, December 6th. Tickets for upcoming home games, held at the Carrier Dome, are available on Razorgator for as little as $3.

11/25/14 - The 2014-2015 college basketball season is already underway, and legendary coach Jim Boeheim and his #23 Orangemen are ready to begin their quest for another national championship. With upcoming non-conference home games against quality opponents such as the St. John’s Red Storm and the Long Beach State 49ers, there is no better time than now to come out to the Carrier Dome to cheer on the Orange. After the nonconference schedule, the action gets even better, with visits from marquee conference rivals #4 Duke and #7 Louisville. Watch senior forward Rakeem Christmas and talented freshman Chris McCullough lead Syracuse to another NCAA tournament berth and ACC title by getting your tickets at Razorgator. With tickets starting at just $1, Razorgator is your place to get the very best seats and prices for Syracuse Orange Basketball tickets this college basketball season.

11/21/14 - It’s proving to be another exciting year for Syracuse Orange basketball. With a 2-0 record, the Orange have been domineering other teams both offensively and defensively. Their 65-47 Sunday win over the Hampton University Pirates showcased the diversity of its players to lead the team on both ends of the court. Senior Rakeem Christmas finished the game with 15 points and a career-high 16 rebounds for his first double-double of the season. The matchup against the Pirates was part of the 2K Classic Benefitting the Wounded Warriors Project. Next up in the tournament, the Orange face the University of California Bears on Thursday before heading back to the Carrier Dome to resume their regular season. Tickets for their next home-game matchup against the Loyola University Greyhounds on November 25 are still available, and range from $1 to $472.

11/14/14 - The Syracuse Orange basketball team is about to head into their season opener against Kennesaw State on Friday, November 14th. Syracuse has a lot to live up to after last season, which saw 25 wins in a row at the outset and finished with a final record of 28-6. The team is looking to Rakeem Christmas and Trevor Cooney to lead them and adding underclassmen Kaleb Joseph, Chris McCullough, and Tyler Roberson to the starting lineup. Kennesaw State has a leg up just coming off of a summer tour in Italy where they won three of their four games. Tickets are still available for the opening game starting at $1, as well as the Orange’s November 16th game against the Hampton Pirates, also starting at $1.

2013-2014 Season

2/7/14 – A record crowd (35,446) was at the Carrier Dome Saturday as longtime powers now No. 1 Syracuse took on then No. 17 Duke in what turned out to one of the best College Basketball games in recent memory and a preview of what is to come in the ACC Tournament come March. ‘Cuse came out on top 91-89, setting a school record for consecutive wins to start a season. Orange’s C.J. Fair scored a career-best 28 points to help Syracuse remain undefeated (21-0, 9-0 ACC). The Syracuse Orange conference schedule will not lighten as they close the regular season; of the ACC teams challenging Cuse for the top spot, the Orange have the toughest competition remaining this season. Still having to play Duke, Virginia, and Pittsburgh on the road, the top dogs will need their fans support! Syracuse Orange tickets are relatively cheap; averaging $67 for remaining home games, Orange tickets are just 29th in price among NCAA teams!

1/2/14 - Fear the Orange! After rallying from a huge 18-point deficit early in the game, the Syracuse Orange pulled of an incredible victory over previously unbeaten Villanova to keep their record perfect this past Saturday. True freshman Tyler Ennis has been a shining point guard for the team, while Trevor Cooney has been integral in their massive scoring runs with his reliable 3-point shots. Just second to the Arizona Wildcats on top of the AP Poll, the Orange have alerted every other team: no lead is safe when you’re playing against Cuse! First up is their first conference game of the year against the Miami Hurricanes for a mere $38. Later, Syracuse’s big game against Duke commences on February 1 at the Carrier Dome: tickets are just $65 to get-in for this huge ACC rivalry match!

9/17/13 - In the last quad, the Syracuse Orange men’s basketball program has been to the Final Four, Elite 8, and Sweet 16. Led by Coach Him Boeheim, who boasts the second-most wins in men’s NCAA D1, the Cuse enter the 2013 season at No. 8. The former Big East members will now play as part of the Atlantic Coast Conference alongside rivals Duke and North Carolina. Syracuse’s move from the Big East to the ACC has currently put an end to the Georgetown-Syracuse rivalry; but, fear not, plans are in the works to make sure that the heated rivalry game is on all future Syracuse Orange schedules.

The Orange regular season schedule this year includes nine ACC games, six of which will be played on a Saturday. Defending ACC Champs Miami Hurricanes will come to New York on Jan. 4 for Syracuse’s ACC home opener. Syracuse vs. Miami tickets get-in price is $45. To compare, Syracuse vs. UNC tickets begin at $120 for the matchup one week later and Syracuse vs. Duke tickets at the Carrier Dome start at $199. Syracuse’s non-conference opponents include storied programs Indiana and Villanova at home.

The ACC newcomers were preseason No. 9 last season; Syracuse Orange tickets averaged $73 at the time and were 15th most expensive in the NCAA. Expect forward C.J. Fair to be among the top players not just on the Syracuse roster but also in the Conference in 2013. Freshman and top recruit Tyler Ennis has the talent to also help the Orange compete for an ACC title in their inaugural season.
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