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

Report: Lakers won’t hire new team president to replace Magic Johnson

first_img Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Magic Johnson has always been a hard act to follow.After the 59-year-old Hall of Famer resigned last month as Lakers team president, the franchise has decided not to appoint a successor.An ESPN report outlines that the Lakers will keep their power structure as it’s been operating since April 9, with General Manager Rob Pelinka as the chief basketball decision-maker. He’ll report directly to team owner Jeanie Buss.While the Lakers haven’t shown a pressing concern to replace Johnson, the report is the most definitive indicator yet that the Lakers aren’t searching for a new team president. The streamlined power structure would both serve to increase Pelinka’s influence in the organization, as he previously reported to Johnson, while also increasing his accountability for the Lakers’ state of affairs. The Lakers are preparing to publicly introduce Vogel on Monday. Since his hiring became official earlier this week, the 45-year-old former Indiana Pacers and Orlando Magic coach has been in Chicago with other Lakers officials for the NBA Draft Combine conducting interviews and evaluating prospects.TOP DRAFT TARGETS PLAY COY AT COMBINEIf it feels like there’s not a lot of information available about the Lakers’ potential targets at No. 4 following the NBA Draft Combine, get used to it.It’s a commonly used tactic at the top of the draft to withhold information, in the interest of protecting one’s stock, rather than sharing. With the Lakers slotted for a top-five pick, many of the players who have been rated in their draft range are participating only in portions of the league’s annual meat market in Chicago.Related Articles How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions Several top prospects, including Duke’s Zion Williamson, Murray State’s Ja Morant, Duke’s R.J. Barrett, Vanderbilt’s Darius Garland and Virginia’s De’Andre Hunter opted out of testing altogether. Others who might be on the Lakers’ radar were more choosy: Duke’s Cam Reddish and Texas Tech’s Jarrett Culver did body measurements but opted out of athletic testing and shooting. Most of the projected first-round prospects did not participate in the Combine scrimmages Thursday and Friday.It’s a path that is well-tread by the Lakers, who have had the No. 2 overall pick in three of the previous four drafts, picks that became D’Angelo Russell, Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball. Top prospects generally schedule private workouts for the teams in position to select them.Reddish, one of the vaunted Duke trio who is expected to be taken in the top 10, said he had met with the Lakers among many other teams.center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThe team’s urgency is building to return to the postseason after a six-season absence. Among the more impactful decisions Pelinka will be charged with include how to use the Lakers’ No. 4 overall pick in the draft on June 20, as well as how to recruit from a heralded class of free agents hitting the market on July 1.Pelinka, 49, has been general manager since early 2017 when he was brought in by Buss to work alongside Johnson. The larger bulk of his professional experience has been as an agent, when his most high-profile client was Kobe Bryant.Buss and other front office figures have largely been tight-lipped since Johnson departed in dramatic fashion, with an impromptu press conference before the Lakers’ regular-season finale on April 9. While Buss, team advisor Kurt Rambis and other top officials have been heavily involved in the team’s coaching search which eventually yielded Frank Vogel, only Pelinka has so far spoken to reporters on the record, most recently after the Lakers’ secured the No. 4 pick at the NBA Draft Lottery in Chicago.Pelinka insisted on Tuesday night that his role as GM hadn’t changed for draft preparations despite Johnson’s abdication.“My role as the GM right now is the same as it was when we selected Lonzo Ball (in 2017) with the second pick, which is our last high pick,” he said. “My role hasn’t changed since then.” Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more