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2003–04 Syracuse Orangemen basketball team

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2003–04 Syracuse Orangemen men's basketball
NCAA Tournament, Sweet Sixteen
ConferenceBig East Conference (1979–2013)
Ranking
CoachesNo. 19
APNo. 20
2003–04 record23–8 (11–5 Big East)
Head coach
Assistant coaches
Home arenaCarrier Dome
Seasons
← 2002–03
2004–05 →
2003–04 Big East men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
No. 9 Pittsburgh 13 3   .813     31 5   .861
No. 7 Connecticut 12 4   .750     33 6   .846
No. 21 Providence 11 5   .688     20 9   .690
No. 20 Syracuse 11 5   .688     23 8   .742
No. 25 Boston College 10 6   .625     24 10   .706
Seton Hall 10 6   .625     21 12   .636
Notre Dame 9 7   .563     19 13   .594
Virginia Tech 7 9   .438     15 14   .517
Rutgers 7 9   .438     20 13   .606
West Virginia 7 9   .438     17 14   .548
Villanova 6 10   .375     18 17   .514
Georgetown 4 12   .250     13 15   .464
Miami* 4 12   .250     14 16   .467
St. John's* 1 15   .063     6 21   .222
2004 Big East Tournament winner
As of April 5, 2004[1]; Rankings from AP Poll
*Did not qualify for 2004 Big East Tournament

The 2003–04 Syracuse Orangemen basketball team represented Syracuse University in NCAA men's basketball competition in the 2003–04 Division I season. The head coach was Jim Boeheim, serving for his 28th year. The team played its home games at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York. The team finished with a 23–8 (11–5) record, while making it to the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA tournament. The team was led by junior Hakim Warrick and sophomore Gerry McNamara. Senior Jeremy McNeil, juniors Craig Forth and Josh Pace and sophomore Billy Edelin were also major contributors.

This was the last season for Syracuse men's basketball under the Orangemen nickname. (At that time, women's teams and athletes were known as "Orangewomen".) Effective with the 2004–05 academic year, the school nickname became "Orange" for both men and women.

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Roster

Developments

  • Syracuse would eventually lose in the Sweet 16 round to Alabama.[2]
  • McNamara scored 43 points on 11-of-17 shooting from the floor, as Syracuse topped Brigham Young, 80–75, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.[3]
  • Syracuse handed Pittsburgh its first ever loss at the Peterson Center, 46–49 (OT), on a buzzer-beater in overtime by McNamara,[4] and also concluded its regular season by topping Connecticut, 67–56, which would go on to win the National Championship.[5]
  • Billy Edelin played just 17 games and left the team for undisclosed reasons in January.[6]
  • Syracuse lost would-be sophomore Carmelo Anthony to the NBA Draft (3rd to the Denver Nuggets) and Kueth Duany to graduation.[7]

References

  1. ^ " sports-reference.com. Retrieved 11-16-2013.
  2. ^ https://articles.latimes.com/2004/mar/26/sports/sp-bamasyracuse26
  3. ^ https://www.usatoday.com/sports/college/mensbasketball/tourney04/2004-03-18-byu-syracuse_x.htm
  4. ^ http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/boxscore?gameId=240600221
  5. ^ http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/recap?gameId=240670183
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-06-05. Retrieved 2008-11-28.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  7. ^ http://media.www.arbiteronline.com/media/storage/paper890/news/2003/04/28/Sports/Anthony.Declares.For.Nba.Draft-2215301.shtml[permanent dead link]
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