- n. Plural form of Orangeman.
“The youth of the Orangemen is overplayed sometimes because their talent trumps their inexperience.”
“The victory came a year after a late-season swoon dropped the Orangemen from the top 10 to the NIT, something that fueled their returning players.”
“o 'Day Boys became known as Orangemen, whose defiant loyalty sometimes caused concern to Camden and Pitt; while the Defenders joined the better drilled ranks of United Ireland, which therefore became a preponderatingly Catholic body.”
“Syracuse's 6-6 guard Kueth Duany, who plays the top of the 2-3 with 6-2 Gerry McNamara, said the Orangemen were as active as they've ever been in the zone.”
“Oliver picked off Marshall at midfield and the Orangemen were able to run out the clock.”
“The Ulster Protestant Society, known as Orangemen, was founded in 1795.”
“The Syracuse Orange (they ceased being called the Orangemen in 2004) certainly has all the intangibles required to emerge victorious.”
“■ After Cincinnati lost to visiting Syracuse on Sunday, UC Coach Mick Cronin called the Orangemen, "The best team in the country.”
“Key wins: Florida, at Kansas, at Memphis, Notre Dame Key losses: Cleveland State Come March, the Orangemen might be the most balanced team in the conference.”
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