AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe team will wear the patch for the first time this Sunday when the Orange opens Atlantic Coast Conference play against Virginia Tech in the Carrier Dome.Seubert, who was born in Buffalo and moved to Syracuse as a child, was Jim Boeheim’s lead administrative assistant for 13 years. She sat at the desk directly outside Boeheim’s office. Seubert’s obituary called the Syracuse men’s basketball team Seubert’s “second family.”“She played an intricate role in most of the operational duties in the basketball office and was especially adept at multi-tasking,” SU Athletics’ release said. “In addition to her work specific to the basketball program, Seubert was also involved with the Jim Boeheim Basketball Camp.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on December 29, 2017 at 4:26 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @Sam4TR Syracuse will wear a patch on all its game uniforms for the rest of the season honoring former administrative assistant Kelly Seubert.Seubert, 53, died on August 18 after a battle with cancer. The patch is a capital letter “K” and a heart, and it is positioned on the front of uniform above “Orange” on the white jersey and “Syracuse” on the team’s orange jersey. The coaching staff will wear a pin similar to the patch.