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Syracuse sports on a roll

Posted by billhoward 
Syracuse sports on a roll
Posted by: billhoward (---.nwrk.east.verizon.net)
Date: September 26, 2016 12:06PM

Syracuse is picking up the pace in more than lacrosse and basketball.

Syracuse field hockey is unbeaten and ranked No. 1 this year (RPI), won the NCAA title last fall, and was runner-up the year before. (Princeton is the only Ivy in the top 20, currently at 13.) [www.ncaa.com]

Men's soccer is ranked No. 5. (Princeton and Dartmouth are top 35.) [www.ncaa.com]

Women's ice hockey, in its 9th season, is in the also-receiving votes (1) in the pre-season poll. (Princeton is 7.) Last year Cornell-Syracuse finished 15-16 in the end of season RPI. [www.uscho.com] So far men's hockey remains club.

Carrier Dome is supposed to get a permanent (not inflated) roof in the near future. Cost $105 million as part of a $250 million facilities upgrade. [www.syracuse.com] Syracuse could be getting $1 million a year from naming rights to the stadium, says [www.syracuse.com], except 35 years ago Syracuse sold naming rights to Carrier in perpetuity for $2.75M.
 
Re: Syracuse sports on a roll
Posted by: ithacat (---.cbs.cornell.edu)
Date: September 26, 2016 01:19PM

billhoward
Syracuse is picking up the pace in more than lacrosse and basketball.

Syracuse field hockey is unbeaten and ranked No. 1 this year (RPI), won the NCAA title last fall, and was runner-up the year before. (Princeton is the only Ivy in the top 20, currently at 13.) [www.ncaa.com]

Men's soccer is ranked No. 5. (Princeton and Dartmouth are top 35.) [www.ncaa.com]

Women's ice hockey, in its 9th season, is in the also-receiving votes (1) in the pre-season poll. (Princeton is 7.) Last year Cornell-Syracuse finished 15-16 in the end of season RPI. [www.uscho.com] So far men's hockey remains club.

Carrier Dome is supposed to get a permanent (not inflated) roof in the near future. Cost $105 million as part of a $250 million facilities upgrade. [www.syracuse.com] Syracuse could be getting $1 million a year from naming rights to the stadium, says [www.syracuse.com], except 35 years ago Syracuse sold naming rights to Carrier in perpetuity for $2.75M.

If they build a shell around the Carrier Dome...welcome to Turning $tone Athletic Center, home of the Carrier Dome.
Some updates:

Field hockey lost at #5 UNC on Friday.

Hockey is the preseason favorite in the CHA.

Men's XC is #1 in the nation, while the women are #15.
 
Re: Syracuse sports on a roll
Posted by: ugarte (---.177.169.163.IPYX-102276-ZYO.zip.zayo.com)
Date: September 26, 2016 01:40PM

billhoward
Syracuse is picking up the pace in more than lacrosse and basketball.

Syracuse field hockey is unbeaten and ranked No. 1 this year (RPI), won the NCAA title last fall, and was runner-up the year before. (Princeton is the only Ivy in the top 20, currently at 13.) [www.ncaa.com]

Men's soccer is ranked No. 5. (Princeton and Dartmouth are top 35.) [www.ncaa.com]

Women's ice hockey, in its 9th season, is in the also-receiving votes (1) in the pre-season poll. (Princeton is 7.) Last year Cornell-Syracuse finished 15-16 in the end of season RPI. [www.uscho.com] So far men's hockey remains club.

Carrier Dome is supposed to get a permanent (not inflated) roof in the near future. Cost $105 million as part of a $250 million facilities upgrade. [www.syracuse.com] Syracuse could be getting $1 million a year from naming rights to the stadium, says [www.syracuse.com], except 35 years ago Syracuse sold naming rights to Carrier in perpetuity for $2.75M.
Usually I don't like to thread police but a thread about Syracuse sports goes beyond me not wanting it "other sports". I don't want it in JSID. I barely accept Syracuse sports in Syracuse.

 
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Re: Syracuse sports on a roll
Posted by: billhoward (---.sub-70-192-64.myvzw.com)
Date: September 26, 2016 05:19PM

Yes, it could have gone in JSID even if you didn't want it anywhere, didn't want to hear New York's sports college is picking up steam. For that matter, Colgate and Albany are top 10, top 20 in a couple of the same sports where Syracuse is doing well. Academically, they're decent schools and could lure away Cornell-intending recruits.

Maybe watching the debate will be pleasantly diversionary.
 
Re: Syracuse sports on a roll
Posted by: Swampy (---.ri.ri.cox.net)
Date: September 26, 2016 07:28PM

billhoward
Yes, it could have gone in JSID even if you didn't want it anywhere, didn't want to hear New York's sports college is picking up steam. For that matter, Colgate and Albany are top 10, top 20 in a couple of the same sports where Syracuse is doing well. Academically, they're decent schools and could lure away Cornell-intending recruits.

Maybe watching the debate will be pleasantly diversionary.

Diversionary like a Punch & Judy show! smashfreak
 

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