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Syracuse midfielder Emma Tyrrell will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a lower-body injury, per a Syracuse Athletics press release. The injury occurred in a practice following the Orange’s 18-6 win over Pittsburgh.
Through 12 games in 2022, Emma’s 50 points ranked No. 3 for the Orange, only behind her older sister Meaghan Tyrrell and Emily Hawryschuk with 65 and 51, respectively. Her 20 assists currently lead the Orange. Emma’s 10 free-position goals are tied with Hawryschuk for the most on the team, holding a 83% conversion rate.
Emma also played an integral role in the draw circle, securing 64 draw controls, which is second-most on the Orange only behind draw specialist Kate Mashewske. Emma’s efforts thus far have earned her a spot on Inside Lacrosse’s midseason All-American second team.
In SU’s win against Temple in late March, Emma recorded a career-high eight points, scoring five goals and three assists. Three days later, she followed up that performance with seven points against then-No. 6 Loyola to hand the Greyhounds their first defeat of the season.
Syracuse finishes its four-game homestand on Saturday against No. 1 North Carolina at the Carrier Dome before traveling to Ithaca to face Cornell on Tuesday.
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