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Boeheim & Barber Coming To Binghamton Mets Game
April 26, 2016

SYRACUSE, NY - New York's College Team is set to travel to multiple Empire State destinations to connect with Syracuse Alumni, Orange fans and friends of the University. The 'No Huddle Tour' will make stops in Buffalo, Rochester, Binghamton and Syracuse beginning in May.

All Syracuse season ticket holders, alumni, Orange Club members, corporate partners and fans are invited to each location to mingle with the head coaches and Orange athletics administration. At each event, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the future plans for Cuse football and basketball and the athletics department.

The tour kicks off with a lunch on Tuesday, May 17th with Director of Athletics Mark Coyle and head coach football Dino Babers at Chefs restaurant in Buffalo at 12 pm, hosted by the Syracuse University Alumni Club of Western New York. Click here ( to purchase your ticket.

Men's basketball head coach Jim Boeheim will join the tour in Rochester on the evening of May 17th at the Syracuse University Rochester Alumni Club Annual Awards Banquet at Monroe Golf Club at 5 pm. Click here ( to purchase your ticket.

At the Binghamton Mets game on May 18th, Babers and Boeheim will participate in a Meet and Greet with fans on the right field line in the stadium beginning at 5:30 pm before throwing out the first pitch prior to the6:35 pm game against the Altoona Curve.

All Orange fans should save the date for the annual Orange Fan Fest, which is set for Saturday, August 13th at the Syracuse Soccer Stadium. The event will feature the Orange men's soccer team scrimmage against New Hampshire followed by the Orange football team's intra-squad scrimmage, in addition to many activities for fans of all ages.

The 'No Huddle Tour' will conclude August 27th at the Syracuse Chiefs game. The night will prominently feature Syracuse University Athletics, with Babers will throwing out the first pitch prior to the game and Syracuse University Athletics providing Orange-themed giveaways in the concourse.

Syracuse Football kicks off the first season under the direction of head coach Dino Babers on Friday, September 2nd at 7 PM in the Carrier Dome as the Orange take on Colgate. Season tickets are on sale now online, by phone (1-888-DOMETIX) and at the Carrier Dome Box Office (Gate B). Tickets start at $99 ($16.50 per game) with lower-level seats in the end zones available for as little as $125.