Syracuse's chief coach Jim Bohemim will train on Saturday's duel against Duke three days after being involved in a fatal catastrophe.
Athletic Director John Wydhak announced the news Friday afternoon. huge loss, "Wilddak said in a statement. "Our community is shaken The Bohemia family is overwhelmed by what has happened like all of us It's a very difficult moment I know that the players of coach Bohemian gain strength from him just as he gains strength from his players. With that in mind, and with careful consideration, I decided that coach Bohemia would resume her coaching duties later today and train in the game against Duke tomorrow. We continue to express our deepest sympathy for the family of Jimenez as they continue to mourn for this tragic loss. "
Siracusa basketball coach Jim Bohemim ruled a car that struck and killed a pedestrian, police said on Thursday after the crash but did not train or attend the training on Thursday afternoon. Orange is expected to practice at 16:00 on Friday, sources reported on ESPN, practice closed on Thursday and closed on Friday, a change from the usual program policy
Late Wednesday evening, while returning from a restaurant, Bohemia hit and killed a man on a highway while on trying to choose not to hit the man's car, police officer Siracusa said, the car that lost control and hit the I-690 fence in Syracuse, the car of Bohemia hit Jimenez, who left his vehicle, and Jimenez was taken to a nearby hospital where he was Boeheim and the driver of the other car were negative
"I was surprised that a member of our community had died as a result of last night's accident," Boeheim said in a statement Thursday morning. "Julie and I express our deepest sympathy for the Jimenez family, and I will not give any further comments at the time."