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first_img Published on August 20, 2015 at 10:18 am Contact Matt: mcschnei@syr.edu | @matt_schneidman Syracuse will open the regular season against Lehigh on Nov. 13 at the Carrier Dome, SU Athletics announced in a tweet Thursday morning.The last time the Orange faced the Mountain Hawks was Dec. 31, 1931 when SU won, 34-17. Syracuse owns a 3-0 all-time series advantage, with the other two wins coming in January 1931 and March 1923.Lehigh went 16-14 in 2014-15, with a 10-8 conference record in the Patriot League. In last season’s opener, the Orange topped Kennesaw State, 89-42, in the 2K Classic.Head coach Jim Boeheim is entering his 40th season at the helm of SU, which is coming off an 18-13 season in which the university self-imposed a one-year postseason ban. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

first_imgThe said incident took place at the Accra Sports Stadium on January 27 during the clash between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko. In the video, Allotey was seen subjecting the Kotoko fan, identified as Michael Siaw, to vicious punches after a slight misunderstanding.Days later, Allotey issued an apology to Siaw for what happened but the GBA decided to hold a hearing as Allotey had breached the ethics of the sport which go against a professional boxer fighting in public.Allotey was also charged by the Police for his conduct after Siaw reported the incident at the Ministries Police Station.Allotey’s management, Caboc Promotions, is very likely to file an appeal. The Ghana Boxing Authority has suspended Ghanaian boxer Patrick Allotey for 6 months for misconduct after he was seen in a video punching a Kotoko fan.The hearing was put together by the authority after the video of Allotey, who is the current WBO Africa Super welterweight champion, assaulting the fan went viral.The decision was the outcome of a disciplinary hearing held by the GBA on Wednesday and the GBA issued a statement to that effect.The statement was signed by the GBA President, Peter Zweenes.last_img read more

first_imgThe Ghana National Petroleum Corporation, (GNPC) headline sponsor of the national team, the Black Stars, has hailed the team for its swift and decisive 3-0 emphatic win over Niger to register a place in the next stage of the ongoing AFCON 2013.“As a country we are encouraged by the tactical discipline and the positive fighting spirit you have exhibited in all your matches and we are convinced the excitement is yet to begin”, The chief Executive of GNPC, Nana Boakye Asafu Adjaye, said in a statement.“We recognize that competing in Africa’s prestigious tournament is not an easy task. That is why GNPC and Ghana continue to stand united to cheer you on and give you all the support as you fight harder and soar to the next stage of the tournament,” he added.He said “our aspiration as a nation in the beautiful game of football is to stand tall among the best on the continent to lift high our national flag. Our support is therefore to inspire you to show Africa and the world the unity and power of the Ghanaian Spirit.”The statement further added “We encourage you to go into the next stage of the tournament with determination, perseverance, a winning spirit respect for teamwork and love of Ghana and victory will continue to be ours.”“GNPC urges you to let the qualities that have characterized your game and led to your victory continue to find expression in your performance in the tournament. “GNPC and all Ghanaians assure you of our continued support you as you progress to the next stages of the tournament.”last_img read more