Syracuse vs City College of New York (CCNY) Back
13 games
Syracuse 5-8
DATE   Opposing Coach   Score Starters Notes
2/22/1919
@
Joseph Deering
W
12-11
Martin, Barsha, Marcus, Kernan, Dolley Dolley 8 pts
1/10/1920
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Nate Holman
L
21-22
Greenman, Barsha, Conlin, Lavin, Paul Lavin 8 pts
2/11/1920
H
Nate Holman
W
41-14
W.Parker, Barsha, Conlin, Lavin, Paul Paul 23 pts
2/26/1921
@
Nate Holman
L
28-31
Parker, Fisher, Weltman, Simons, Lavin Lavin 14 pts, 10-28 FT
2/8/1922
H
Nate Holman
W
15-14
Weltman, Fisher, MacRae, Zimmerman, Lavin Lavin 7 pts
2/18/1922
@
Nate Holman
L
18-28
Weltman, Fisher, MacRae, Brucker, Lavin Fisher 12 pts
1/13/1923
H
Nate Holman
W
31-30
Greve, Fisher, MacRae, Fasce, Gallivan Fasce 8 pts
2/17/1923
H
Nate Holman
L
21-50
Greve, Fisher, MacRae, Mendelson, Gallivan Gallivan 11 pts
1/10/1945
@
Nate Holman
L
42-48
Hennemuth, Hennemuth 14 pts
3/14/1947
N
Nate Holman
L
59-61
Peters, Stickel, Newell, Mogish, Gabor District II Playoffs; Gabor 14 pts
1/13/1948
@
Nate Holman
L
55-61
Stickel, Stark, Newell, Gabor, Schultz Newell 18 pts
2/28/1949
H
Nate Holman
L
49-53
Suprunowicz, Stickel, Newell, Savage, Kiley  
2/23/1950
@
Nate Holman
W
83-74
Kiley, Jockle, E.Miller, Suprunowicz, Savage E.Miller 26 pts

The Syracuse Orangemen and the City College of New York (CCNY) Beavers met annually from 1919 to 1923, and again from 1945 to 1950. The two teams split the first series 4-4, while CCNY won the second series 4-1. CCNY beat Syracuse five straight games from 1923 to 1949. The two teams last met in 1950.

CCNY was caught up in a point shaving scandal that involved 33 players and seven schools, and in 1951 arrests were made. CCNY would de-emphasize its basketball program, dropping it down to Division III.

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