Emma Tyrrell to Miss Remainder of 2022 After Lower Body Injury


Syracuse announced Friday afternoon that Emma Tyrrell, a midfielder with a team-high 20 assists, will miss the remainder of the spring season with a lower body injury she suffered in practice this week.

Tyrrell also has 30 goals and 24 draw controls this season for the fourth-ranked Orange, who play No. 1 North Carolina on Saturday in a pivotal ACC matchup.

The junior burst onto the scene in 2021, earning eight starts in 21 total games played. She scored 42 goals with 16 assists and controlled 43 draws. Starring alongside her older sister, Meaghan, Emma Tyrrell quickly became a force on both ends for the Orange.

Tyrrell is a member of the Tewaaraton Award Watch List.

Most Recent

Fall Ball Focus: Notre Dame Must 'Leave No Doubt' After NCAA Tournament Omission

The Irish peaked at the right time last year but were left out of the Big Dance.

California Dreamin’: Danielle Spencer Reeling in Top Recruits at Stanford

Danielle Spencer is dead set on building an NCAA champion at Stanford.

Fall Ball Focus: New Era, Inherited Tradition at Johns Hopkins

With new coach Tim McCormack in the fold, Hopkins might have a different feel this year.

Fall Ball Focus: Notre Dame Women Have Good Problems to Sort Through

ND has a four-person goalie competition and a midfield full of breakout candidates.

Twitter Posts