The Syracuse Orange have established a basketball legacy that is hard to match. Behind the 35+ years of coaching in Jim Boeheim, the Orange have become an elite college basketball program. Syracuse has won ten Big East regular season championships, five Big East Tournament championships, appeared in the NCAA Tournament 29 times and have made the national title game three times, with one national championship. Syracuse joined the Atlantic Coast Conference starting in the 2013-2014 season. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Syracuse Orange basketball tickets.
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Syracuse Orange at Carrier Dome Address: 900 Irving Ave, Syracuse, New York, 13244
The Orange play their home games at the legendary Carrier Dome, located in Syracuse, New York. With a capacity of 35 thousand screaming fans, the Carrier Dome is the place to be for all Syrcause basketball games. As a consistent title contender, this legendary arena hosts some of the most loyal fans in the country. The Syracuse Orange home bench is on the Carrier Dome court side with sections 107-108. Carrier Dome parking information is covered in our Orange event guide.
Syracuse vs. Villanova
Two of the most consistent performers during their time in the Big East, these games were often heated and close in score. The popularity of the matchup was evidenced by a crowd of over 34,000 attended to watch these two power house teams faceoff. With both teams always among the nation’s best, a switch of conference will have a hard time slowing this rivalry down.
Syracuse in the Final Four, NCAA Tournament, and ACC Tournament
In the midst of changing conferences Syracuse has still been able to establish themselves as one of the premier college programs in the country. Having won multiple conference championships in the Big East, the Syracuse Orange will look to expand on these accomplishments as a member of the ACC. During thier time as a Big East team the Orange managed to win 10 Big East Championships, appear in 29 NCAA Tournaments, and win the National Championship in 2003. Despite moving to a new conference, the legacy of the Syracuse Orange will still remain apparent in the ACC.
2011-2012 Syracuse Orange Basketball Season Preview
It's going to be a big year for the Orange. Head coach Jim Boehiem picked up some serious talent in the off-season and will surely be leading the team down the road to multiple victories come November.
The biggest news for this season is the introduction of local player Dajuan Coleman. The New York native had been considering other colleges but chose to remain close to home. This kid is nasty - at 6' 10" and 280 pounds he's got the bulk and inside presence that the squad needs. Coleman is a scoring machine. In his junior year of high school he averaged 24.5 points and a big 14 rebounds.
Speaking of rebounds, Syracuse will look to dominate the glass with freshman leaping machine Jerami Grant, a small forward who was ranked as the 43rd player in the ESPNU 100. Fans should look for Grant to use his explosiveness and speed to help the team pick up some big wins. The Big East is ultra-competitive this year, but with athletes like these, the Orange seem to have the early advantage.
2011-2012 Syracuse Orange Basketball Season Preview
If you’re going to see a Syracuse Orange basketball game at the Carrier Dome, it would be wise to bring your earplugs. As the biggest domed stadium home for any NCAA team, the Dome is usually rocking to capacity—33,000 Orange fans. Even the venue’s most popular event—a matchup against Big East rival Villanova early in 2010—past capacity at 34,616, and even that was sold out three weeks before the game! Don’t get left out in the northern New York cold—come to get your seats from TicketCity! You wouldn’t want to miss any of the big surprises the Orange have in store for you this season.
The biggest is going to be Brazilian freshman Fabricio Melo, a seven-foot center with an 84-inch wingspan who coach Jim Boeheim believes can be the national freshman of the year. The question isn’t about talent, but whether he and the other incoming freshman phenom Dion Walters can overcome the loss of the last year’s Sweet 16 team leaders, Wes Johnson, Andy Rautins and Arinze Onuaku. If it’s any coach that can make that happen, it’s Boeheim, who the year before last also lost Jonny Flynn, Eric Devendorf and Paul Harris, and still came out on top. If it’s one thing we’ve learned it’s never to underestimate a Jim Boeheim-led team… and definitely bring earplugs to the Carrier Dome.
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