Just saw this tweet and figured I'd start the schedule thread. _______________________________________________________________________________ Paul Schwedelson @pschweds 10m10 minutes ago
Syracuse announces it will play South Carolina at Barclays Center in the Brooklyn Hoops Holiday Invitational on 11/26. ________________________________________________________________________________
Paul Schwedelson @pschweds 6 minutes ago
Syracuse will also play 3 games in the Dome as part of the tournament: Holy Cross (11/15), Monmouth (11/18) & South Carolina State (11/22) _________________________________________________________________________________
I know there may be a few other knows out there, like Monmouth & South Carolina St.in Worcester, as part of the same "tournament."
Looks like we may have to find the "embed Tweet function on this board.
Post by Pakachoag Phreek on May 6, 2016 8:22:08 GMT -5
If Harvard is on the schedule, best play them early. From the Ivy board on basketball u.
With four Top 100 players (Chris Lewis, Bryce Aiken, Robert Baker and Seth Towns), Harvard finishes with the No. 10 2016 recruiting class. Notable teams in the 11-20 range include: UNC, Texas, Indiana, Xavier and Maryland. Pretty amazing stuff.
1 Kentucky 2 Duke 3 Arizona 4 Michigan State 5 Mississippi State 6 UCLA 7 Kansas 8 Virginia 9 Connecticut 10 Harvard
Edited to add that Harvard plays Stanford in Shanghai on November 12. (Game sponsored by Alibaba, so I'm sure a very nice guarantee.)
Amaker bends and manipulates Ivy and Harvard standards to land higher-ranked recruits. Figures that someone on the whiny POS Coach K coaching tree would try to drive an Ivy school into the swamp. No scruples. Do not try to have Carmody and the Cross be like Amaker.
The UNH-HC series is a 4 year series but I'm hearing some rumblings out of Durham that we might play a H and H this year with each other. I'm hearing that both schools are having trouble getting games as I know UNH has had several teams back out of series that were already signed. Has anyone heard anything about this?
Post by purplehaze on Jul 21, 2016 16:21:36 GMT -5
i can imagine low-mid major scheduling is difficult, but for those of us in the new york metro area, the sacred heart game is all we have to look forward to. (army on a wed night in the winter is hardly an opportunity.) would hope that we exhausted all possibilities with fordham, manhattan, hofstra, stony brook, columbia, or even a st. peter's or fdu. the alums in this area have not been served well with recent schedules.