Comments And with a performance like Saturday’s win over the No. 4 Tigers, it appears Desko likes what he sees.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘I think that it’s been a work in progress, trying to figure out who we are,’ he said. ‘… I just feel good being able to beat a team like (Princeton) like we did today.’SU (8-1, 2-0 Big East) defeated the No. 4 Tigers 13-4 Saturday at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic in front of 25,710 people to open up New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford N.J. The crowd set the regular season attendance record for a lacrosse only event. The No. 3 Orange controlled play for most of the game, holding Princeton scoreless in the first and third quarters.Tigers head coach Chris Bates said his team’s problems stemmed not only from the Tigers offensive struggles but also from their overall lack of possession.‘We didn’t have the ball very often,’ he said. ‘So if you look at the possessions, I don’t think we had the ball very much at all. When we did, I thought their goalie played well. We never had multiple shot possessions, got ourselves feeling good.’After the Orange defense held Princeton scoreless in the first quarter, the Tigers looked like they could work themselves back into the game. Freshman midfielder Mike Chanenchuk ripped a shot into the net to pull Princeton within a score.But then Jeremy Thompson took over.The junior transfer from Onondaga Community College won the ensuing faceoff and took off down the middle. As he entered the box, he found senior attack Cody Jamieson on the left side of the net for a goal just six seconds after the Princeton tally, giving SU a 4-2 edge.Thompson again won the next faceoff, this time aided by a big hit from junior Jovan Miller, and carried it into the offensive zone. As the Tigers came to him, he dished it to Jamieson in the middle of the field. The senior spun from a defender and found a wide-open Tim Desko on top of the crease.Desko buried the shot after a quick pump fake. Just 19 seconds after Princeton had pulled within one goal, the Orange lead ballooned back to 5-2.‘It seems like I get it every game at least once,’ Thompson said of the quick strikes after his faceoff wins. ‘… You know, fast-break situations, we get something off it.’And with those two quick goals, the Orange put a stranglehold on the momentum for the rest of the game. Princeton didn’t score again until the 8:13 mark in the fourth quarter — more than 30 minutes after Chanenchuk’s goal.SU flexed its offensive muscle in that stretch, jumping out to a 12-2 lead behind four goals from Jamieson. Some of its possessions lasted for three to four minutes at a time and most of them resulted in scores.Even when the Tigers did have the ball, they couldn’t solve the Syracuse defense. The attack and middies were hassled all night by the Orange defenders. Princeton had to work to get space for any opportunities and forced most of their shots from bad angles.‘We never got in any kind of rhythm anywhere on the field really,’ Bates said. ‘They faced off well. They played great between the lines. … Not having the ball offensively, we took some low percentage shots and really didn’t get any kind of rhythm offensively and you’re not going to beat Syracuse like that.’By the fourth quarter, Desko started rotating in some of the Orange’s lesser-used players and starting goalie John Galloway, who made 11 saves, left with 9:13 left.Said Desko: ‘I thought we played 60 minutes of lacrosse tonight and I was pretty happy with the performance.’ email@example.com EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — As Syracuse began to flood onto the field to celebrate its 13-4 victory over Princeton Saturday, SU head coach John Desko looked out onto the field. A grin flashed across his face.Desko said before the first practice of the 2010 season that it wasn’t a matter of if this Orange team could be great. No, it was a matter of when. Published on April 10, 2010 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+
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Policemen patrol the Musaga district of Bujumbura, Burundi, Monday July 20, 2015. Government representatives failed to show up Sunday for talks in Burundi aimed at ending the unrest caused by the president’s controversial bid for a third term, forcing the mediation to be adjourned just ahead of Tuesday’s election, the talks facilitator said. Burundi has been rocked by violence that has left more than 100 people dead. Over 144,000 people have fled the country since the ruling party announced President Pierre Nkurunziza’s candidacy in April. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay) It has deployed to the field to monitor Tuesday’s election.U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on authorities “to do all in their power to ensure security and a peaceful atmosphere during the election” and “to refrain from any acts of violence that could compromise the stability of Burundi and the region,” his spokesman said.Ban noted that East African Community-backed negotiations between the government, opposition and other political actors aimed at ending the unrest were suspected Sunday without agreement on a range of issues that would have contributed “to the creation of a climate conducive to the holding of credible and peaceful elections,” the spokesman said.The U.N. chief reiterated his appeal for the resumption of “a frank dialogue” among all parties and urged them to avoid undermining the progress achieved in building democracy, the spokesman said.Bujumbura has seen weeks of sporadic street battles between the police and civilians. More than 100 people have died in demonstrations since the ruling party announced Nkurunziza’s candidacy in April.Protesters say Nkurunziza must go because the constitution limits the president to two terms, but the president’s supporters say he is eligible for a third term because he was chosen by lawmakers — and not popularly elected — for his first term in 2005. How do cataracts affect your vision? It was not clear if anyone was injured. The same neighborhood saw explosions and gunfire on the eve of parliamentary polls on June 26.Preparations for voting day are complete with ballot boxes and papers distributed to nearly 11,500 voting centers throughout the country and security has been improved to ensure a smooth voting process, electoral commission spokesman Prosper Ntahorwamiye said Monday.Ntahorwamiye said the commission expects a high turnout of the 3.8 million registered voters, saying that improved security has encouraged refugees to return. But the U.N. refugee agency said it has not seen any returns of the more than 170,000 who have fled the country fearing election-related violence.The European Union suspended its election observer mission in Burundi in May over concerns about restrictions on independent media, excessive use of force against demonstrators and intimidation of opposition parties and civic groups. Citing insecurity, Catholic Church leaders also withdrew their support for the elections as scheduled.The United Nations Observer Mission to Burundi said the parliamentary election, in which the ruling party won a majority of seats, was not conducted in a conducive environment for free, credible and inclusive elections. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Check your body, save your life Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Sponsored Stories Top Stories Comments Share The unrest triggered an attempted military coup in mid-May that was quickly put down by pro-Nkurunziza forces.Gloria Ndayisaba 35, who runs a food kiosk in Musaga market, said she will not vote because Nkurunziza is on the ballot.“Peter (Nkurunziza, as some refer to the president) should just go home and let us continue with our lives. It’s time to let another person rule,” Ndayisaba said, adding that her business was down by 50 percent.Dozens of Nkurunziza’s critics including his second vice-president, the vice president of the electoral commission, and the deputy president of the Supreme Court have fled the country or are in hiding over death threats.Of the eight presidential candidates three, including two former presidents, withdrew from the race last week saying the polls will not be free and fair. Burundi’s electoral commission has, however, denied receiving their withdrawals.“Nkurunziza running for the presidency is a constitutional coup,” former president Sylvestre Ntibantunganya, who has pulled out of the race, told The Associated Press by phone Monday.U.N. human rights chief Zeid Raad al-Hussein told the U.N. Security Council earlier this month that “the risk to human life, and to regional stability and development, is high” as a result of escalating politically motivated violence and Burundi’s history of recurring bloodshed and atrocities. Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility BUJUMBURA, Burundi (AP) — Burundi is set to hold a presidential election Tuesday amid unrest over incumbent President Pierre Nkuruniziza’s bid for a third term in office.Fears have been rife that the polls may trigger violence.A grenade exploded in Bujumbura, the capital’s central business district Monday but did not wound anyone, said Deputy Police Spokesman Pierre Nkurikiye. At night, gunfire could be heard in the neighborhood of Nyakabiga, according to local Journalist Patrick Wasso who lives nearby. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies
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