No. 15 Syracuse women rebound with lopsided win over Boston College
The Syracuse University women's basketball team is back on track, and it looked good doing it.
The Orange took care of the Boston College Eagles, in lopsided fashion on Sunday, 96-69.
Behind Miranda Drummond's 24 points, the Orange raced out to the huge halftime lead, and never looked back.
Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi was once again a force in the paint, chipping in 16 points and six rebounds in the win, while former McDonald's All-American Emily Engstler netted 10 points and hauled in six rebounds as well.
In the annual Play-4-Kay game, the Orange wore pink jerseys to signify the ongoing fight against Breast Cancer.
Syracuse is back in action Wednesday night when No. 9 NC State pays a visit to the Carrier Dome.
It will also be 'Doggy Day' at the Dome, where fans are allowed to bring their dogs to the game.