Week in Sports: Men’s soccer wins ACC, basketball returns, field hockey to final four and more

first_img Published on November 15, 2015 at 11:46 pm Contact Sam: sjfortie@syr.edu | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+ Men’s soccer win the ACC championshipRead how Syracuse scored in a 1-0 victory over Notre Dame, which led to SU capturing the Atlantic Coast Conference crown.You can follow The Daily Orange’s continuing coverage of the team here.Back to BasketballBefore the season started Friday, The Daily Orange released its 2015 basketball guide, profiling a big man’s return from injury, the new SU point guard, a refined now-backup point guard and a reserved big man expanding his game. From’s the woman’s team, the guide included a player returning from two ACL surgeries in two years and the woman who will keep shooting 3s despite a disappointing 2014-15.You can follow all of The Daily Orange’s men’s basketball coverage here, and the women’s basketball coverage here.You can also read the full basketball guide, Back to Basketball.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textField hockey advances to the final fourWith a Liz Sack-fueled 5-0 victory over Princeton Sunday, Syracuse field hockey made travel plans to drive the 501.5 miles from J.S. Coyne Stadium to the final four in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Laura Hurff and Lies Lagerweij led the defense in Sunday’s win.Follow all of The Daily Orange’s coverage of the SU field hockey team here.Football competes with No. 1 ClemsonFor just a moment on Saturday, college football mattered in Syracuse, football beat writer Sam Blum wrote. That’s because Syracuse (3-7) took the nation’s No. 1 squad, Clemson, into the fourth quarter down by just a touchdown. But in the end, the team couldn’t capitalize. Also, running back George Morris  made the most of his opportunities in the game.Read all of The Daily Orange’s coverage of the game here. Commentslast_img read more

Paul Bunyan Days makes comeback in Oscoda

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThe famous lumberjack made popular by a 1906 Oscoda newspaper article comes full swing in this year’s Paul Bunyan Days festival.The return of Paul Bunyan Days comes to Oscoda Friday, Sept. 21 through Sunday Sept. 23.Weekend festivities include chainsaw carving, a beard competition, a kid–friendly carnival, the 2018 burger competition and more.Paul Bunyan admission buttons are $5 dollars. Kids under the age of 16 may walk in at no cost. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Community members break ground for new senior living communityNext Rep. Sue Allor pays it forward to help students in needlast_img