Meet the coaches: A look at each of Syracuse’s head coaches

first_img Related Stories Gameday map: Where to go when you want to see a Syracuse sporting eventSyracuse sports quiz: Test your knowledge of SU Athletics9 Syracuse sports traditions freshmen should learn Allie Wahl | Staff PhotographerTennis Name: Younes LimamYears: 2Record at SU: 23-22Conference championships: 0National championships: 0Frankie Prijatel | Senior Staff PhotographerVolleyball Name: Leonid YelinYears: 4Record at SU: 60-63Conference championships: 0National championships: 0Daily Orange File Photo Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Meet all of Syracuse’s head coaches, below.Men’s BasketballName: Jim BoeheimYears: 40Record at SU: 989-347 (101 wins included in the total were vacated by the NCAA)AdvertisementThis is placeholder textConference championships: 5National championships: 1Daily Orange File PhotoWomen’s BasketballName: Quentin HillsmanYears: 10Record at SU: 219-116Conference championships: 0National championships: 0Daily Orange File PhotoMen’s and women’s cross-country and track and fieldName: Chris FoxYears: 11Conference championships: 7National championships: 1Courtesy of SU AthleticsField hockeyName: Ange BradleyYears: 9Record at SU: 161-36Conference championships: 2National championships: 1Daily Orange File PhotoFootballName: Dino BabersYears: Less than a yearRecord at SU: 0-0Conference championships: 0National championships: 0Jacob Greenfeld | Asst. Photo EditorIce hockeyName: Paul FlanaganYears: 8Record at SU: 121-129-30Conference championships: 0National championships: 0Hannah Wagner | Staff PhotographerMen’s lacrosseName: John DeskoYears: 18Record at SU: 223-71Conference championships: 5National championships: 5Frankie Prijatel | Senior Staff PhotographerWomen’s lacrosse Name: Gary GaitYears: 9Record at SU: 150-48Conference championships: 3National championships: 0Daily Orange File PhotoMen’s rowing Name: Dave ReischmanYears: 14Conference championships: 0National championships: 0Courtesy of SU AthleticsWomen’s rowingName: Justin MooreYears: 6Conference championships: 0National championships: 0Courtesy of SU AthleticsMen’s soccer Name: Ian McIntyreYears: 6Record at SU: 61-44-13Conference championships: 1National championships: 0Daily Orange File PhotoWomen’s soccer Name: Phil WheddonYears: 8Record at SU: 51-78-21Conference championships: 0National championships: 0Frankie Prijatel | Senior Staff PhotographerSoftball Name: Mike BoschYears: 1Record at SU: 27-26Conference championships: 0National championships: 0 Published on August 23, 2016 at 10:03 pmlast_img read more

Art in the Loft signature fundraiser brings in nearly $9,000 to support community art programs

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich — Art in the Loft held its signature fundraiser Thursday evening, bringing hot food, live entertainment, and exquisite art to attendees.The goal of the event was to raise funds to keep Alpena’s art scene alive and allow residents to participate in activities that contribute to personal growth. Executive Director of Art in the Loft, Justin Christensen–Cooper, says yesterday’s event accomplished just that.“Through the generosity of the over 100 people that we had in the gallery, we brought in over $8,700 to renew our scholarship program.”Christensen–Cooper says the funds will specifically go toward educating specialty groups like the Boys and Girls club and Community Mental Health, as well as offer scholarships to the general public. Although the next fundraiser is nearly a year away, it’s never too early for art lovers start supporting the gallery by making donations, or even planning to be a part of next year’s event. Attendee, Stacey Steward says,“Everybody should come next year to join us for the festivities. There’s always a good time, always a good event, and a good cause.”AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Art in the Loft, Fundraiser, Light up the LoftContinue ReadingPrevious Senator Gary Peters announces $9 million bonus for the Great Lakes Restoration InitiativeNext Mercury will pass in front of the sun on Mondaylast_img read more