Syracuse (15-8, 4-6 Atlantic Coast) visits Louisville (16-7, 6-4) just two days after losing at home to No. 2 Virginia. The Orange has also won just one of its last six contests against the Cardinals. See if our beat writers think SU can overcome the quick turnaround and lack of success against the UofL.Matthew Gutierrez (20-3)Move alongLouisville 63, Syracuse 54Syracuse may win on the road only one or two times this season (Wake Forest? North Carolina State?), and Monday night against Louisville is certainly not one of them. The Orange is coming off its worst offensive game at home in nearly 60 years, while the Cardinals are shooting the lights out recently, including a 50-percent shooting performance against Virginia (bravo), a 51-percent performance in a rout of Wake Forest and a 42.9-percent 3-point shooting outing against Florida State on Saturday. SU will run with its thin lineup on about 48 hours rest, a strenuous period made no easier when you consider this: SU has lost five of its last six to UofL. With just eight more games left on the schedule, chalk this up as a third-consecutive loss.Sam Fortier (18-5)AdvertisementThis is placeholder textUofSyracuseLsLouisville 66, Syracuse 52Louisville is great on defense and solid on offense. Syracuse is great on defense and “horrible,” as Jim Boeheim said, on offense. The Cardinals’ recent hot-shooting and their length should be all UofL needs to coast over a struggling Orange squad that hasn’t been great on the road this season anyway. Now, SU is seeing its postseason chances slip further and further away.Tomer Langer (17-6)Not in the CardsLouisville 65, Syracuse 54There are so many different factors working against the Orange in this one. It’s a road game, it’s being played two days after SU’s last game (which happened to be against the No. 2 team in the country), and Bourama Sidibe might not be available again given the short turnaround and the fact that he couldn’t go on Saturday because of his knee injury. Meanwhile, SU center Paschal Chukwu has had arguably his worst stretch of the season. If he doesn’t play up to par, SU will have a hard time contending with 7-foot, 215-pound UofL center Anas Mahmoud. For SU to win this game, we’d need to see a replica of the team that beat BC, because every other performance since 2018 started (including two wins over lowly Pittsburgh) hasn’t been good enough. Comments Published on February 5, 2018 at 3:05 pm Facebook Twitter Google+
Fiona Doyle will be in action in the final of the Women’s 100-metre Breaststroke this evening. That race is due to start shortly before 7pm. The American-born swimmer posted the fifth-fastest time in this morning’s heats, with a new national record time of 25-point-one-nine seconds. His semi final is due to start tonight just before 7.45.Sycerika McMahon placed second in her heat of the womens 200-metre medley, but in a time not fast enough to progress to the semis.
ResultsPeter McFadden BreenaghU12 Go Games Section One Termon 5.05 5.06 LK GaelsSection TwoRed Hughs 1.06 0.16 McCumhaillsN Padraig 1.03 2.08 St Eunans B Crawford Trophies LiffordUnder 14 Division OneBurt 3.05 3.13 GlenfinFanad Gaels 2.04 0.08 Ghaoth DobhairSt Eunans 6.18 1.03 Cloughaneely McCumhaills 5.03 4.13 ConvoyDivision Two Section OneUrris 12.14 0.04 Robert EmmetsMalin 9.15 3.05 Naomh Colmcille Carndonagh 6.09 2.08 UrrisRed Hughs 1.08 2.03 BuncranaN Padraig 0.00 1.05 CarndonaghDivision Two Section TwoL/Kenny Gaels 5.10 3.03 Gaoth DobhairSt Eunans B 5.09 4.10 MilfordDownings 1.02 6.06 GlenswillyTermon 1.02 6.19 St MichaelsFixturesWednesday15th June 7.30 pmCrawford Trophies LiffordUnder 14 Division OneConvoy v Fanad Gaels Paul CrampsieCloughaneely v Burt Conal O BaoillGhaoth Dobhair v McCumhaills Hughie McGarveyGlenfin v St Eunans Cathal DohertyDivision Two Section OneCarndonagh v Urris Paul McLaughlinBuncrana v Malin Alan FrielR Emmets v N Padraig Gareth DevenneyN Colmcille v Red Hughs Joe O DonnellDivision Two Section TwoSt Michaels v St Eunans B Seamus BradleyGlenswilly v Letterkenny Gaels Conal McGreneraMilford v Termon Mark DorrianGhaoth Dobhair v Downings Joe CaseySaturday 18th June 12.00Peter McFadden BreenaghU10 Go Games Section OneCloughaneely v Letterkenny GaelsGhaoth Dobhair v St EunansFanad Gaels v MilfordDownings v TermonGlenswilly v St MichaelsPeter McFadden BreenaghU10 Go Games Section TwoNaomh Colmcille v BuncranaRed Hughs v N Padraig LiffordRobert Emmets v McCumhaillsGlenfin v ConvoyWednesday 22nd June 7.30 pmCrawford Trophies LiffordUnder 14 Division OneSt Eunans v Convoy Paddy McKeeverBurt v Ghoath Dobhair Paddy McGonagleFanad Gaels v Glenfin James McGinleyMcCumhaills v Cloughaneely Cathal DohertyDivision Two Section OneRed Hughs v Carndonagh PJ ScanlonMalin v Robert Emmets John FarrenUrris v Naomh Colmcille Paul McLaughlinN Padraig v BuncranaDivision Two Section TwoDownings v St Michaels Daniel HallL/Kenny Gaels v Milford Conal McGreneraSt Eunans B v Ghaoth Dobhair Gary McDaidTermon v Glendwilly Don LanganRegistrationsAll clubs must ensure their registrations are with Northern Board Registrar Emma McAtteer before 30th June. Any club who fails to do so will not be allocated any further fixtures and will forfeit their gamesCups & TrophiesAny club who has still not returned a divisional or county trophy should do so immediately.Championship DrawsThe U16 championship games will be played immediately after the exams have been completed, commencing on Monday 27th June. Fixtures can be viewed on the website.DONEGAL NORTHERN BOARD GAA NOTES was last modified: June 14th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)