101.5 Seconds of Sports March 3rd
Monday, March 3, 2014

The Syracuse Men's Basketball team warps up their home schedule tomorrow night when they host Georgia Tech at 7pm. Coverage begins at 6:30 with the pregame show on Oldies 101.5.

Cortland High grad Jordan Prior scored 16 points as Morrisville State beat Lancaster Bible College 73-65 to win the New England Athletic Conference (NEAC) tournament title and advance to the NCAA tournament for the third straight year. Prior, who tallied 26 points against Abington the day before, was named Tournament MVP. Fellow Cortland Alum Tom Wilk added 12 points in the Mustang's win yesterday.

Morrisville State's Football Program will join the Empire 8 Conference for the 2015 season. The announcement came this morning from the conference and the school. The conference will see the departure of Frostburg State and Salisbury, who will join the New Jersey Athletic Conference, along with Christopher Newport and Wesley in 2015. The Empire 8 Football Conference will consist of Ithaca College, Alfred, Hartwick, St John Fisher, Utica College, The College At Brockport, Buffalo State and SUNY Cortland, who announced their departure from the NJAC to the Empire 8 earlier this year.

The SUNY Cortland Wrestling team won their second straight NCAA Regional yesterday at Wesleyan (CT), with six grapplers advancing to the NCAA tournament, including 5 champions in their weight class.

The SUNY Cortland Baseball team came from behind to beat Christopher Newport 10-8 yesterday, to raise their record to 6-1 on the season.

The Syracuse Women's Lacrosse team got 5 goals from Kayla Treanor en route to a 12-7 win over Towson State yesterday.

In the AHL yesterday, Adirondack shut out Syracuse 3-0 yesterday.

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