Unformatted text preview: human experiences, universal elements and emotions. Syracuse Welcomes Southerland Back
With a Win
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- It took only one half for James Southerland to knock off
Then Syracuse's sharp-shooting senior forward celebrated his return to the
lineup by helping sink a St. John's team that was reeling from the death of
coach Steve Lavin's father.
Playing for the first time in seven games, Southerland scored 13 points, hitting
back-to-back 3-pointers in the second half to give No. 9 Syracuse a
comfortable lead, and the Orange beat the Red Storm 77-58 on Sunday.
"I feel confident. I feel like I took a lot of pressure off the guys just being in
uniform and playing, another impact during the game," Southerland said. "It
definitely felt great. I was kind of hoping it came a little sooner, but I can't
Southerland missed the previous six games due to an eligibility issue regarding
academics, and the Or...
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