Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse women’s lacrosse dropped from No. 4 to No. 7 in the latest Inside Lacrosse rankings poll, released on Feb. 17. The Orange (3-1) beat Albany and Binghamton in back-to-back games this past weekend after losing 17-16 to then-No. 10 Stony Brook last Monday. Though the halftime scoreline was 7-7, Syracuse collapsed in the second half, allowing the Seawolves to go on a 7-0 scoring run. The Orange nearly mounted a comeback, pulling the game within one score, but ultimately came up short when they lost the final draw with 1:08 left to play. Stony Brook moved up five spots in the latest ranking, overtaking Syracuse. Against Binghamton and Albany, the Orange defense conceded five goals total, and the offense scored 35 in the two-game span.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textOn Saturday, Syracuse faces No. 6 Northwestern, who eliminated SU in the 2019 NCAA Tournament quarterfinal. The Wildcats fell three spots in the latest poll after a 15-17 loss to No. 2 Notre Dame, but the Wildcat offense has scored 97 goals over its first four games, the most in the nation. Comments Published on February 17, 2020 at 4:35 pm Contact Roshan: email@example.com | @Roshan_f16
Here at home in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, Bray Wanderers host leaders Dundalk this evening.The Wicklow side are 10th while the Lilywhites are six points clear at the top.Kick off at the Carlisle grounds is at 8.Meanwhile in Scotland, Cork’s Eoghan O’Connell is expected to start for Celtic as they take on Motherwell in the League cup.Former English league cup finalist Carl McHugh from Donegal is likely to start for the visitors.Kick off is at 7.45 It was announced today that the Italian has agreed a new 4 year deal with the Champions however they must launch their title defence without the hardworking Kante who has joined Chelsea.Raneiri says having Kante in the team is like having an extra player.