Syracuse attack Bradley Voigt was named Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive player of the week following a six-goal performance in Syracuse’s bounceback win over Albany Saturday, the conference announced Monday afternoon. The senior excelled in his second game as the third member of SU’s starting attack line and scored on multiple doorstep chances.The honor comes after the Orange (1-1) jumped three spots to No. 17 in the country earlier Monday.Prior to Saturday, Voigt scored 19 goals in his Syracuse career, and his previous career-high output was two goals in a single game.SU returns to action Sunday against No. 13 Army (2-0) in the Carrier Dome.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 18, 2019 at 5:46 pm Contact Michael: firstname.lastname@example.org | @MikeJMcCleary
Chase’s take took a similar bent: “Gangsters are out there taking their kids to college and putting food on their family’s tables. “Hell, let’s face it, if this world was run by gangsters …” He paused. “Well, probably not.” “The Sopranos” also won trophies for Chase’s scripting and Alan Taylor’s direction. The cast also received a standing ovation midceremony during a tribute to the series featuring the cast of the Broadway musical “Jersey Boys.” The Emmy censors got a run for their money when Ray Romano, Katherine Heigl and Field sent them scrambling for their bleeping buttons. By David Kronke TELEVISION WRITER “The Sopranos” went out on a triumphant note, garroting the competition to win its second Outstanding Drama Series Emmy at the 59th annual Emmy Awards Sunday evening at the Shrine Auditorium. In accepting the prize, series creator David Chase riffed off of Sally Field’s acceptance speech earlier in the evening. Field paid tribute to mothers, before taking on a political and profane edge. The Fox network censored Field’s acceptance speech, cutting her off after she declared, “If mothers ran the world …” Romano joked about his former “Everybody Loves Raymond” wife, Patricia Heaton, “screwing” her new “Back to You” co-star Kelsey Grammer, which prompted Fox to black out the show for a few seconds. Heigl mouthed an expletive after winning for her role on “Grey’s Anatomy.” And Field was bleeped during her acceptance speech for Lead Actress in a Drama. She praised mothers but also let her anti-war sentiments surface. “If mothers ran the world, there would be no goddamn wars in the first place,” Field said. The critically admired but low-rated sitcom “30 Rock” was named Best Comedy Series. Among others, creator/star Tina Fey thanked “our dozens and dozens of viewers.” Fey and her cast and crew probably enjoyed the moment while it lasted, understanding that an Emmy win is no guarantee for better ratings. America Ferrera won the Emmy for Lead Actress in a Comedy for “Ugly Betty.” The show also won an Emmy for Richard Shepard’s direction. The evening’s biggest surprise came in the Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, which went to Ricky Gervais for “Extras.” James Spader’s third Emmy win, for Lead Actor in a Drama for “Boston Public,” was also unexpected, as he beat out favorite James Gandolfini of the “The Sopranos.” For the first time, the ceremony was presented in the round, which left a large portion of the audience with lousy views of only the backside of the action. During his acceptance speech, Spader, one of those with a seat behind the presenters, said, “I’ve been to thousands and thousands of concerts in my life and I can tell you these are the worst seats I’ve ever had.” Al Gore added an Emmy to his Best Documentary Oscar, winning a trophy for Creative Achievement in Interactive Television for the cable network he co-founded, Current TV. Katherine Heigl won her first Emmy for Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for “Grey’s Anatomy.” “My own mother told me I didn’t have a shot in hell of winning tonight,” she quipped. Jaime Pressly won her first Emmy in two tries for Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for “My Name is Earl.” Terry O’Quinn won his first Emmy for Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for “Lost.” Jeremy Piven won his second Emmy for Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for “Entourage.” “The Office’s” Greg Daniels won the Writing for a Comedy Emmy. AMC’s “Broken Trail” was named Outstanding Miniseries and also took Emmys for Lead Actor and Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie, as Robert Duvall and Thomas Haden Church, respectively, each won a first Emmy. Helen Mirren won her fourth Emmy for Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for “Prime Suspect: The Final Act.” “Prime Suspect” also took home trophies for Philip Martin’s direction and Frank Keasy’s script. Judy Davis was named Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for “The Starter Wife.” email@example.comWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!