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Average Home Price Since 2010

Year Avg Price
2010-11: $72.16
2011-12: $52.70
2012-13: $60.15
2013-14: $60.11
2014-15: $76.09

Five Most Expensive Home Games of 2014-15:

Date Opponent Avg Price
2/14/2015 vs. Duke Blue Devils: $252.41
2/21/2015 vs. Pittsburgh Panthers: $138.29
2/18/2015 vs. Louisville Cardinals: $129.14
1/24/2015 vs. Miami Hurricanes: $128.68
3/02/2015 vs. Virginia Cavaliers: $79.92

Five Most Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

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2/14/2015 vs. Duke Blue Devils: $252.41
2/01/2014 vs. Duke Blue Devils: $226.86
2/11/2012 vs. UConn Huskies: $189.21
3/03/2012 vs. Louisville Cardinals: $154.78
2/21/2015 vs. Pittsburgh Panthers: $138.29

Five Least Expensive Homes Games of 2014-15:

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11/10/2014 vs. Adrian Bulldogs: $11
11/02/2014 vs. Carleton Ravens: $12
11/14/2014 vs. Kennesaw Sate Owls: $14
11/25/2014 vs. Loyola Greyhounds: $15
11/16/2014 vs. Hampton Pirates: $18

Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

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2/01/2012 vs. Pace University Setters: $8
11/05/2013 vs. Ryerson Rams: $10
11/09/2010 vs. Lemoyne-Owen Magicians: $10
11/10/2014 vs. Adrian Bulldogs: $11
11/08/2011 vs. College of St. Rose: $11

 



Syracuse Basketball News

3-3-15: The Syracuse Orange did not start their week out the way they had planned when they ran into a red hot Duke Blue Devils team. Syracuse went on to lose that contest but the team did bounce back in their final game of the week with a victory over the #12 ranked Louisville Cardinals. With the split of their two games last week the Orange saw their overall record left at 17-9 while their ACC record fell to 8-5 this season. Syracuse has five games left until March Madness and is at least in the discussion for an ACC Conference title championship with their strong season. Syracuse started their week off by staying at home inside the Carrier Dome to play host to the Pittsburgh Panthers from the ACC. During the contest Pittsburgh had a sizeable lead at halftime that the Panthers were fighting to protect in the final minutes of the contest. Syracuse led a second half comeback led by Rakeem Christmas and his 20 points but it was not enough as Syracuse fell to Pittsburgh by the final score of 65-61. The Panthers were able to hold off Syracuse behind 19 points from Chris Jones off the bench, 16 points from Jamel Artis and 14 points from Michael Young in the victory for Pittsburgh. Syracuse looked to get back to their winning ways in their final game of the week when the team made the trip out to Purcell Pavilion to take on the #9 ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish. During the contest Syracuse put Notre Dame on upset alert early while helping out another rival in Duke when it came to the ACC standings. The Orange took a five point lead with them into the halftime and merely did enough to survive in the second half en route to an upset 65-60 victory over Notre Dame. The Orange scoring attack was led by BJ Johnson who had 19 points off the bench while Rakeem Christmas led all starters with 14 points in the victory for Syracuse. Meanwhile Notre Dame was led by Bonzie Colson’s 16 points but they came too little too late in the loss for the Fighting Irish. Syracuse finished their week off by posting an overall record of 18-10 (9-6 ACC). Catch Syracuse next week as the team travels to Cameron Indoor Stadium to take on the #4 ranked Duke Blue Devils before finishing their week off back at home inside the Carrier Dome playing host to the #2 ranked Virginia Cavaliers.

2-20-15: The Syracuse Orange continued to trade wins and losses last week as the team began the week with a loss at the hands of the Pittsburgh Panthers before avenging that loss with a victory over the Boston College Eagles. With the split of games last week the team pushed their overall record to 16-8 on the season while the team saw their ACC record left at 7-4 on the season entering the new week. Syracuse started their week off by staying at home inside the Carrier Dome to play host to the #4 ranked Duke Blue Devils. During the game Syracuse pushed Duke to the limits and had the team on upset alert for much of the night before the Blue Devils survived and won the game by the final score of 80-72. Syracuse surprisingly had a three point lead after the first half before Duke came back with a big second half to win the game behind 23 points from Jahlil Okafor and 17 points from Quinn Cook. In the loss the Orange attack was led by 27 points from Michael Gbinije while Tyler Roberson added 19 points but it was not enough on the night for Syracuse. The Orange hoped for better results in their final game of the week when the team stayed home inside the Carrier Dome to play host to the #9 ranked Louisville Cardinals. During the contest Syracuse staged an epic second half come from behind victory to upset the #12 ranked Louisville Cardinals 69-59. The Orange erased a four point lead at halftime behind 29 points from Rakeem Christmas while Michael Gbinije added 18 points in the upset victory for Syracuse. Meanwhile the Louisville scoring attack was led by 17 points from Terry Rozier but it was not enough in the loss for the Cardinals. Syracuse finished their week off by posting an overall record of 17-9 (8-5 ACC). Catch Syracuse next week as the team stays home inside the Carrier Dome to play host to the Pittsburgh Panthers before finishing the week out on the road against the #10 ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish inside Purcell Pavilion.

2-17-15: The Syracuse Orange had a slow week last week playing just one game against the Virginia Tech Hokies. The Orange handled the Hokies in convincing fashion pushing their overall record to 15-7 on the season and improved their ACC Conference record to 6-3 on the season. Syracuse started their week off by making the trip to the Petersen Events Center to take on the Pittsburgh Panthers in an ACC showdown. During the contest Syracuse took a narrow two point lead at halftime but the Panthers were too much to overcome in the second half. Despite 23 points each from Rakeem Christmas and Michael Gbinije and 12 points from Trevor Cooney Syracuse still fell to Pittsburgh by the final score of 83-77. Meanwhile the Pittsburgh attack was led by 20 points from Jamel Artis in the victory for the Panthers. Syracuse hoped for better results in their final game of the week when the team traveled to Boston College to take on the Boston College Eagles inside the Silvio Conte Forum. During the contest Syracuse earned a blowout victory over Boston College 70-56 behind a big night from Michael Gbinije. Gbinije led the Orange with 21 points while three others scored in double figures in the victory for Syracuse. Meanwhile the Eagles scoring attack was led by Aaron Brown who had 19 points but it was not enough in the loss for Boston College. Syracuse finished their week off by posting an overall record of 16-8 (7-4 ACC). Catch Syracuse next week as the team stays home all week inside the Carrier Dome to play host to the #4 ranked Duke Blue Devils and the #9 ranked Louisville Cardinals to finish their week.

2-6-15: The Syracuse Orange had a tough week last week as the team lost both contests they played against the Miami Hurricanes and the North Carolina Tarheels. What hurt more was the fact that both of these losses came inside the ACC conference. With the losses Syracuse’s overall record dropped to 14-7 while their ACC record fell from 5-1 on the season to 5-3 in the conference this season. Those losses have left the Orange unranked this season in Men’s College Basketball. Syracuse started their week off by playing their only game of the week at home in the Carrier Dome against their ACC rivals in the Virginia Tech Hokies. During the contest Syracuse took a narrow four point lead with them into halftime before Virginia Tech mounted a second half comeback attempt. The leading scorer for the Hokies was Justin Bibbs who had 19 points while Jalen Hudson had 18 points both off the bench for Virginia Tech. The Orange were able to hold off the Virginia Tech attack though behind 18 points each from Trevor Cooney and Michael Gbinije while Rakeem Christmas added 15 points in the 72-70 victory for Syracuse. Syracuse finished their week off by posting an overall record of 15-7 (6-3 ACC). Catch Syracuse next week as the team spends the week out on the road inside Petersen Events Center taking on the Pittsburgh Panthers before traveling to the Silvio Conte Forum to take on the Boston College Eagles.

2-3-15: The Syracuse Orange have had an up and down season this year and last week was no different as the team lost to Clemson before beating Boston College at home. With the loss to Clemson the Orange dropped their first ACC Conference game of the season while with the win over Boston College the team pushed their overall record to 14-5 and their conference record to 5-1. Syracuse started their week off by staying at home inside the Carrier Dome to play host to their ACC rivals in the Miami Hurricanes. During the contest these two teams traded basket for basket and shot for shot for much of the contest as the game was tied after one half. In the second half Miami and Tonye Jekiri took over scoring 13 points in a 66-62 victory over Syracuse. The Orange was led by 23 points from Rakeem Christmas but a short bench for Syracuse led to their demise in the contest. The team would then travel to North Carolina’s Dean E. Smith Center when the team finished their week facing off with the #15 ranked North Carolina Tarheels. During the contest the Syracuse Orange forced a whopping 20 turnovers but the Tarheels were able to overcome that with a hot shooting hand. UNC finished the night shooting 55% from the field as a team as the Tarheels were able to survive Syracuse’s attack and won the game by the final score of 93-83. The UNC attack was led by 22 points from Marcus Paige and 17 points each from Kennedy Meeks, Brice Johnson and Nate Britt. The Syracuse attack was led by 28 points from Trevor Cooney and 22 points from Rakeem Christmas but it was not enough in the loss for the Orange. Syracuse finished their week off by posting an overall record of 14-7 (5-3 ACC). Catch Syracuse next week as the team plays one game against the Virginia Tech Hokies at home inside the Carrier Dome.

1-26-15: The Syracuse Orange came into the new week after a strong week last week in which the team extended their winning streak to seven straight games and their ACC Conference winning streak to four straight. With wins over Florida State and Wake Forest the Orange improved their overall record to 13-4 while pushing their conference record to a perfect 4-0 on the young Men’s College Basketball season. Syracuse started their week off by traveling to Clemson’s Littlejohn Coliseum to take on their ACC rivals in the Clemson Tigers. During the contest Rakeem Christmas scored the first 9 points for Syracuse but the Clemson Tigers team had a much better night of shooting. In the first half Syracuse had no answer for Clemson as the team trailed the Tigers39-18 at halftime. Syracuse did make up a bit of that deficit in the second half behind 21 points from Rakeem Christmas but it was not enough in the 66-53 loss to Clemson. This marked the first loss inside the ACC for Syracuse on the season. The Orange then finished their week off with a game against the Boston College Eagles at home inside the Carrier Dome. During the contest Syracuse held Boston College to just 17 points in the first half as the team easily went on to beat the Eagles by the final score of 69-61. The leading scorer for Boston College was Aaron Brown who scored 21 points and who led a second half comeback attempt that fell just short in the Carrier Dome. The Syracuse attack was led by all five starters who scored in double figures as the team took down Boston College for their fifth conference victory of the season. Syracuse finished their week off by posting an overall record of 14-5 (5-1 ACC). Catch Syracuse next week as the team stays home inside the Carrier Dome to play host to the Miami Hurricanes before finishing their week off out on the road inside the Dean E. Smith Center taking on the #15 ranked UNC Tarheels.

1-22-15: The Syracuse Orange came into the new week after a strong week last week that included the beginning of their ACC conference schedule. Syracuse has struggled against ranked teams that they have played this season but were winners of five in a row heading into the week. Syracuse started their week off by staying home inside the Carrier Dome to play host to their ACC rivals the Florida State Seminoles. During the contest Syracuse took a big lead and never looked back in an easy 70-57 victory over Florida State. The Seminoles managed to have just two scorers score in double figures in the contest as the team as a whole managed just 40% shooting from the field. Meanwhile Syracuse dominated the game behind 28 points from Trevor Cooney, 14 points from Rakeem Christmas and 39% shooting as a team. When the final buzzer had sounded the Orange had easily taken down the Seminoles for their third ACC victory of the young season. Syracuse took the momentum from the victory with them for their final game of the week when the team stayed home in the Carrier Dome to play host to the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. During the contest these two teams traded buckets for most of the night while the game could not be decided in just two half’s. Rakeem Christmas once again led the Orange’s offensive attack with 35 points while Trevor Cooney added 21 points of his own in an 86-83 victory over Wake Forest in overtime. The Demon Deacons lost the contest despite 26 points from Konstantinos Mitoglou and 24 points from Codi Miller-McIntyre, their 9th loss of the young season. Syracuse finished their week off by posting an overall record of 13-4 (4-0 ACC). Catch Syracuse next week as the team travels to Clemson’s Littlejohn Coliseum to take on the Clemson Tigers before finishing their week at home inside the Carrier Dome playing host to the Boston College Eagles.

1-12-15: The Syracuse Orange came into the week sporting a 9-4 record that ultimately left the team unranked in Men’s College Basketball this season. The Orange are a member of the ACC Conference and are set to begin their conference schedule this week. Syracuse started their week off by traveling to Virginia Tech to take on their ACC foes in the Virginia Tech Hokies. During the contest Syracuse used a big first half to jump all over Virginia Tech as the Orange took a 42-23 lead with them into the locker room at half time. The Hokies must have received a great halftime speech because Virginia Tech launched an epic second half comeback that ultimately fell just short. Virginia Tech outscored Syracuse by the score of 43-26 in the second half but the Orange narrowly held on to beat the Hokies by the final score of 68-66. The Syracuse attack was led by 18 points from Trevor Cooney and 17 points from Rakeem Christmas in the victory for the Orange. Virginia Tech countered with 22 points from Justin Bibbs that led all scorers in the contest but it was not enough as the Hokies fell to Syracuse on the afternoon. For the final game of the week for Syracuse the Orange traveled to Georgia Tech to take on their ACC foes in the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets inside McCamish Pavilion. During the contest the Yellow Jackets and the Orange went back and forth trading buckets for most of the night. In the final minutes Georgia Tech’s undisciplined play left Syracuse’s Rakeem Christmas on the free throw line with the game on the line. Christmas finished with 18 points for Syracuse as the team narrowly edged Georgia Tech by the final score of 46-45. The Yellow Jackets offensive attack was led by 17 points from Charles Mitchell but it was not enough in the loss to the Orange. Syracuse finished their week off by posting an overall record of 11-4 (2-0 ACC). Catch Syracuse next week as the team stays home inside the Carrier Dome to play host to their ACC rivals in the Florida State Seminoles and the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.

1-2-15: The Syracuse Orange came into the week boasting a 7-4 record that is impressive for such a young team but not enough to have the team ranked among the best in Men’s College Basketball this season. Syracuse can see their ACC Conference schedule in the distance and has just a handful of games left before the team begins their fight for a conference championship. Syracuse started their week off by staying home inside the Carrier Dome to play host to the Long Beach State 49ers. During the contest Long Beach State looked like their first road victory of the season in eight chances was possible as they trailed by just four points at halftime to the Orange. Long Beach State had three players that each scored 14 points but that was before Syracuse took over in the second half to secure a victory. The Orange attack was led by 24 points each from Rakeem Christmas and Michael Gbinije in an 85-67 victory over the 49ers. Syracuse will finish their week off back at home inside the Carrier Dome when the team plays host to the Cornell Big Red. During the contest Syracuse’s stingy defense was on full display as the team held Cornell to just 12 points in the first half. The Big Red did manage 32 points in the second half behind 12 points from Shonn Miller but it was not enough to overtake the Orange. Syracuse’s attack was led by 19 points from Rakeem Christmas as the Orange went on to beat Cornell by the final score of 61-44. Syracuse finished their week off by posting an overall record of 9-4 which still leaves the team unranked in Men’s College Basketball for now. Catch Syracuse next week as the team travels to Virginia Tech to take on the Virginia Tech Hokies inside Cassell Coliseum before traveling to Georgia Tech to take on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on the road inside McCamish Pavilion.

12-26-14: The Syracuse Orange played a pair of games this week before starting their long holidays and Christmas break and the first matchup came at #7 ranked Villanova. During the contest Syracuse used a huge first half to put the Wildcats on upset alert as Villanova went into the half trailing Syracuse 43-31. Villanova proved why they were the 7th ranked team in the nation this season in the second half as the team staged a second half comeback led by 25 points from JayVaughn Pinkston. Despite 18 points each from Michael Gbinije and Rakeem Christmas for Syracuse the Wildcats came all the way back and forced and overtime period. In overtime the Wildcats took control of the contest once again to take down the Orange by the final score of 82-77. Syracuse then stayed home inside the Carrier Dome to host the Colgate Raiders in their final game before the break from school and the basketball program. In the game Syracuse held Colgate to just 13 points in the first half in an easy victory for the Orange. Syracuse’s offensive attack was led by 20 points from Trevor Cooney while the Orange held Colgate to just 43 points in the contest in a 78-43 victory. With the victory Syracuse improved their overall record to 7-4 before their ACC Conference schedule begins when the players return back to the court from their holiday breaks. Catch Syracuse next week as the team stays home inside the Carrier Dome to play host to the Long Beach State 49ers and the Cornell Big Red.

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