Unformatted text preview: s officially restored to Syracuse’s active roster on Sunday.
In his first game in over a month, Southerland played 26 minutes and finished
with 13 points.
Syracuse, the No. 9 team in the nation, improved to 20-3 for the season and 8Syracuse,
2 iin the Big East. The Orange extended its nation-leading homecourt
winning streak to 37 games.
Syracuse still had just eight scholarship players available on Sunday. Dajuan
Coleman, SU’’s freshman center who started the season’s first 20 games,
missed his third game after undergoing knee surgery last week. Coleman is
expected back in two to three weeks.
St. John’s, which had won six of its last seven games, fell to 15-9 overall and 75 iin the Big East.
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- Fall '12
- Big East Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse Orange, Jim Boeheim, James Southerland