Women's lacrosse

Year in Sports: Chasing history: Arguably the nation's best player, Treanor looks to lead Syracuse to school's 1st-ever women's national championship

After 16 games, Kayla Treanor has helped put the No. 1 Orange in position to make school history. No Syracuse women’s athletic program has ever won a national championship. Lacrosse and field hockey have both come close, making a combined three Final Fours since the spring of 2012. Each time, though, the season ended in heartbreak. Read more »

Men's Soccer

Syracuse finishes spring session 2-0-5

SU drew its first four games against the Rochester Rhinos of the United Soccer League, Ottawa Fury FC of the North American Soccer League and Division I opponents St. John’s and Siena. The Orange then defeated Buffalo, and beat Colgate before tying Division III national champion Herkimer County Community College on Friday night. Read more »

Men's Lacrosse

Daddio excels at X in 4th quarter to help Syracuse past Hobart

Through three quarters at Boswell Field, Chris Daddio and Hobart specialist Jake Shapiro had each won 10 of the 20 total faceoffs. But then Daddio got into the a rhythm, winning 5-of-6 draws in the fourth to help the Orange run by the Statesmen 15-9 and reclaim the Kraus-Simmons Trophy after losing it last season. Read more »