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Syracuse has 8 men's and 11 women's [[sports]] teams.<ref>http://www.suathletics.com/</ref> The football program has won 12 bowl games (while losing 9 and tying 1).<ref>http://www.nationalchamps.net/NCAA/database/syracuse_database.htm</ref> The men's basketball program won a national championship in 2003.<ref>http://www.ncaasports.com/basketball/mens/history</ref>
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Syracuse has 8 men's and 11 women's [[sports]] teams.<ref>http://www.suathletics.com/</ref> The football program has won 12 bowl games (while losing 9 and tying 1).<ref>http://www.nationalchamps.net/NCAA/database/syracuse_database.htm</ref> The men's basketball program won a national championship in 2003.<ref>http://www.ncaasports.com/basketball/mens/history</ref> The men's lacrosse team has won 9 national championships and finished second five times.<ref>http://www.ncaasports.com/lacrosse/mens/history</ref>
 
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Revision as of 17:58, 17 February 2008

Syracuse University
Syracuse.jpg
City: Syracuse, New York
Type: Private
Sports: Football, basketball, cross country, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, swimming and diving, track and field, softball, tennis, volleyball
Colors: Orange,White
Mascot: Orange
Website: http://www.syr.edu/

Syracuse University (or SU) is a New York private university chartered in 1870 by the Methodist Episcopal Church.[1] The school is located in Syracuse, New York. It currently ranks #50 in US News's 2008 "National Universities: Top Schools" list.[2]

Athletics

Syracuse has 8 men's and 11 women's sports teams.[3] The football program has won 12 bowl games (while losing 9 and tying 1).[4] The men's basketball program won a national championship in 2003.[5] The men's lacrosse team has won 9 national championships and finished second five times.[6]

References