Found February 20, 2012 on Syracuse University Athletics:
PLAYERS: C.J. Fair
TEAMS: Syracuse Orange
Orange sophomore forward C.J. Fair was named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll on Monday for his performances against Louisville and Rutgers this past week.
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