Longest-Running Local Radio Show Supporting High School Sports

Celebrating Individual Achievement

Building Team Pride

Covering The Widest Range of Sports

Celebrate our Central New York high school athletes!

Join us on ESPN Radio Saturdays at 10 am to hear interviews and commentary from the athletes themselves and their coaches.


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    Basketball Whirlwind

    It proved quite a whirlwind for SU basketball. In the span of a single weekend, the men’s side lost in the NIT to Ole Miss, the women’s Orange saw its NCAA Tournament run end in the second round, again at the expense of Connecticut (just like in the 2016 title game),...

    Strong Lacrosse Performance

    Again, the best show in college lacrosse is up at SU, who has played five consecutive one-goal games and claimed four of them, including last Saturday’s 8-7 conquest of ancient rival Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. The latest attempt at thrills takes place this...

    Lydon Leaving for NBA

    Tyler Lydon declared he was leaving SU and going to the NBA Draft. While his sophomore season was a good, it was as a freshman that he made his biggest impact, especially in the Orange’s improbable Final Four run. Lydon began his block party in the second round with...

    Thanking Mike Hopkins

    While it was difficult to see him go, SU men’s basketball, and its fans, have to thank Mike Hopkins for a quarter-century of contributions to the Orange program. First as a player, and then as an assistant coach, rising to the level of associate head coach, Hopkins...

    Syracuse Legends radio show catches on

    While countless radio programs provide chatter on the latest Syracuse University sports news, there is only one place where listeners might hear James Southerland talking candidly about why he chose to wear number 43: the NAPA Syracuse Legends Show with Mike Bristol....