Check out these 5 sports over grad weekend

 Check out these 5 sports over grad weekend

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SU Athletics has a busy slate of games, including three Atlantic Coast Conference Tournaments, during the graduation weekend. Even if most of the events don’t take place on the SU campus, enjoying Syracuse sports with the family is always fun, especially during the celebration.

Here are six memorable events to watch over the graduation weekend:

Rowing Woman: ACC Championship (May 13-14)

The women’s rowing ACC Championship will take place Friday and Saturday at Lake Hartwell in Clemson, South Carolina. Syracuse is No. 1 seed in varsity eight, second varsity eight and second varsity four. Duke was the top seed in the varsity four and Virginia was the top in the third varsity eight.

Syracuse picked up the first -ever top seed in the ACC tournament event. Orange is also No. 3 in varsity four and No. 5 in third varsity eight. The No. 11 SU is the top-seeded ACC team, according to the Pocock/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Poll. Both events have an 8:05 am start time.

Female Lacrosse: NCAA Tournament Round One (May 13)

SU got No. 5 seed in the NCAA Tournament after Virginia’s disappointing first-round loss in the ACC Tournament. The Orange take on Fairfield at 4 p.m. in Princeton, New Jersey Friday.

Syracuse will seek to make a statement in the first round against Fairfield to get its confidence high for the next round, where they could face the winner at Princeton against UMass on May 15 at noon. If SU wins two games this week, there will be two more rounds of play before the national championship on May 29 in Baltimore, Maryland.

Track and Field outside: ACC Championship (May 12-14)

Syracuse track and field to Duke’s Morris Williams Stadium for the ACC Outdoor Championships on Thursday. Some of the preliminary races than on Thursday, including the men’s and women’s 400-meter hurdles and 200-meter dash before the final 10,000-meter race.

Preliminaries continue on Friday, with races from the 100-meter to 800-meter before the end of the final 3,000-meter race. Most events have a medal race on Saturday, starting at 5 p.m. and ending with the final race at 8:40 p.m., all of which can be seen on ACC Network Extra.


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Syracuse Crunch First Round Playoffs: Game 3-5 against Laval Rockets (May 12, 14, 17)

Syracuse Crunch, an American Hockey League affiliate of the Tampa Bay Lightning, finished fourth in the Eastern Conference. The Crunch are currently tied 1-1 in their first round series against the Laval Rockets after falling in the second game, 3-2.

The team will travel to Laval, Quebec for the third and fourth games of the series before returning to Syracuse for a possible fifth game. If Syracuse splits the Laval series, the series will progress to a win-or-go-home game five on May 17 at Upstate Medical Arena at The Oncenter War Memorial. If Crunch wins, their next playoff series will start immediately against the Rochester Rockets or the Utica Comets.

Softball: ACC Tournament (May 12)

Syracuse earned a spot in the ACC Tournament after sweeping North Carolina in the final series of the season. Then, No. 9-seeded Orange defeated No. 8 seed Louisville 2-0 on Wednesday, advanced from the first round for the first time in the history of the program. Orange will play at No. 1 seed at Virginia Tech at 11 a.m. Thursday.

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