Oldenburg Academy hosted the Seton Catholic Cardinals. It was a battle of the IHCA ranked #1 and #2 teams. Seton took the lead in the later part of the first half. After half time, Oldenburg fired back on first possession with Gariott Scott putting in the tying goal. Unfortunately, #10 Sam Brenneke got through the OA defense and put the winning goal in with approx 15 minutes to go. SC won 2-1. Courtesy of Sandy Mahoney.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on December 12, 2018 at 6:27 pm Contact Anthony: [email protected] Comments Syracuse announced its full 2019 schedule on Wednesday afternoon. The Orange will play 53 games, 29 nonconference and 24 Atlantic Coast Conference games. The Orange open their season with a weekend tournament in Phoenix, Arizona, from Feb. 8-10. SU will play five games in three days, including matchups with San Diego State and Oklahoma on Friday to open the season.The Orange will then be participating in the ACC/Big Ten Softball Challenge. SU will battle both Penn State and Indiana two times each in Durham, North Carolina from Feb. 15-17. Syracuse will also participate in the Bubly Invitational in Gainesville, Florida, with Illinois State, Florida and Florida A&M to conclude the month of February. Then, SU is off to Stillwater, Oklahoma, for SU’s fourth of five nonconference tournaments. In Stillwater, the Orange will face off against Seattle, Oklahoma State, Illinois and Tulsa.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse concludes its nonconference tournaments with the Colorado State Classic, a four-team tournament that includes Wagner, Dayton and Colorado State.The Orange begin ACC play with a three-game road trip to Louisville, followed by a three game road trip to Boston College. Syracuse will host its first game at Skytop Softball Stadium on March 29 against Notre Dame.Syracuse will play just 11 games at Skytop Stadium this season. The Orange conclude their regular season with three home games against Florida State.
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Whenever Fernando Valenzuela took the mound, a Mexican flag was almost certainly nearby. It didn’t matter if it was at Dodger Stadium or in Pittsburgh, during the height of Fernandomania, fans of the left-handed pitcher from Etchohuaquila, Sonora, proudly waved the Mexican flag.On Wednesday morning, 34 years removed from Fernandomania, Valenzuela tightly held an American-flag with his pitching hand as he proudly took the Oath of Allegiance at a ceremony to become a U.S. citizen. The 54-year-old, who signed with the Dodgers in 1979, joined nearly 8,000 Angelenos at a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services ceremony in downtown L.A., according to the Dodgers blog.Valenzuela, whose impressive start for the Dodgers on Opening Day in 1981 set off a craze, is currently a broadcaster for the team’s Spanish-language radio broadcasts. During a 17-year career that included stints with the Angels, Padres, Orioles, Phillies and Cardinals, Valenzuela racked up a career record of 173-153 with a 3.54 ERA. He won the CY Young and Rookie of the Year awards in 1981, was a six-time All Star from 1981-86 and helped the Dodgers win two World Series titles in 1981 and 1988.