Senior Guard Carmen Tyson-Thomas led the Orange (18-3) to a 75-59 victory over Providence this afternoon in the Carrier Dome with 15 points.
The victory, in the midst of one of the best seasons in program history, brings the Orange to 6-2 in conference play.
Kayla Alexander kept her reputation as a top scorer with 14 points, and Elashier Hall (11) also hit double-digits.
Up next, the Orange will travel to Cincinnati on Feb 5th, and play at home next against Pittsburgh on Feb 16th. The real excitement comes on Feb 26th, when the Orange will face #2 Notre Dame on the road.
Photos from today’s game:
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- Syracuse 47, Virginia 59: The Photos - March 2, 2015
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