Syracuse University alumni have been known to flock to the New York City area.
In the basketball realm, a man whose name is known and etched into Orange history, Lawrence Moten, will add himself to the list for an upcoming alumni event. The event will held on Saturday, June 15th, from 5-9pm ET at Stout, a local New York City pub.
Moten played for the Orange for four seasons from 1991 through 1995. He was elected Big East Conference Rookie of the Year after the 1991-92 season. In that season, he aided Syracuse in getting to and winning the Big East Conference Tournament.
As Syracuse's career reigning scorer, his 2,334 points still place him atop all Orange alum.
He was placed on the Big East Conference First Team in three of his four seasons.
Moten would go on from Syracuse to the NBA, drafted by the Vancouver Grizzlies (now Memphis Grizzlies) of whom he spent two seasons with before finishing his time in the NBA with the Washington Bullets (now Washington Wizards).
To get more information on the New York City alumni event Mote. Is attending, head to the Facebook link HERE