Mohawk Valley Ladies Nine Hole District Results, SU Women’s Basketball Schedule – Oneida Dispatch

Mohawk Valley Ladies 9 Hole District Results

Flight A

1.Marie Latour 30
2. Anna Palmiter 32
3.Nancy Anmiraian 34
4. Karen Phillips 34
5. Pam Deppmeyer 35

Flight B

1.Eileen McCann29
2. Val Millich 30
3. Betsy Kreilach 32
4. Phyllis Pryor32
5. Sarah Fitzpatrick 33

Flight C

1. Anne McLaughlin 29
2. Dorlene MacDiarmid 29
3. Terry Gerber 31
4. Joanne Kohl 31

Flight D

1. Lynn Bailey 32
2. Sharon Gorniak 34
3. Maria Nemyier 34
4. Jackie Kessler 35
5.Claudette Johnson35

SU Women’s Basketball Schedule

The new era of women’s basketball at Syracuse University begins on November 7 when freshman head coach Felisha Legette-Jack ’89 and her team take on Stony Brook at the JMA Wireless Dome. The Orange have eight home games at the Dome during the non-conference schedule announced Thursday afternoon. Showtimes and TV channels will be announced at a later date.

Syracuse begins the season with four straight home games before a matchup against Penn State on November 21 at State College, Pennsylvania. to-back road games for the only time in the first half of the season on November 30th in Purdue (ACC/B1G Challenge) and on December 4th in Yale.

‘Cuse finishes the non-conference season with three straight home games against Coppin State (Dec. 8), Wagner (Dec. 11) and Albany (Dec. 20).

Six of Syracuse’s 11 non-conference opponents are from New York State, including Albany, who won the America East Tournament and secured his ticket to the 2022 NCAA tournament. The December 8 Coppin State Matchup fulfills Syracuse’s commitment to the Syracuse/MEAC Alliance, signed last year, which aims to bring together institutions, student-athletes, staff and alumni.

Season tickets for the 2022-23 Syracuse Women’s Basketball season are on sale now. Don’t miss the chance to be part of the first season of the Felisha Legette-Jack era in Syracuse. Season passes can be purchased online, by calling 888-DOME-TIX, or at The Dome ticket office at Gate B.

General admission season passes start at $99 per seat and reserved courtside seating starts at $200, with front row courtside seating at $250 per seat.

Legette-Jack added 10 new student-athletes to the SU roster this offseason, which brings back four players from the 2021-22 roster, including All-ACC honorable mention selection Teisha Hyman.

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