AFLAC Amazing Athlete: Natalie Smith helped SU women’s lacrosse shake off two early-season defeats, putting up four goals when the Orange went to South Bend and knocked off the then-no. 2-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish 16-14 

Atlas Fence All-Star: Christian Mule had a fine performance for SU men’s lacrosse in its 14-13 overtime defeat to Army at the JMA Dome, notching a three-goal hat trick and also picking up an assist. 

Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Archive: Thirty years ago this week, Adrian Autry, as a senior for SU men’s basketball, led the Orange to a home victory over archrival Georgetown, ultimately leading them to a trip to the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16 before an overtime defeat to Missouri.

Byrne Dairy/Mooney Marketing Community Corner: Dozens of former SU men’s basketball players, led by Dave Bing, came back for the post-game ceremony after the Orange’s wild win over Notre Dame in order to honor Jim Boeheim, who received formal recognition from the school from the lifetime he spent with the program as a player and coach.

Nye Automotive Assist: There was Olivia Adamson in SU women’s lacrosse’s big 16-14 victory over Notre Dame, earning a pair of assists to go with her four goals, all of which were important in the Orange taking down the no. 2-ranked Fighting Irish.

Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists Star: When SU women’s basketball defeated Pittsburgh 63-55 in its last home game of the regular season, Dyashia Fair’s history-making career reached another milestone when, with 15 fourth-quarter points, she surpassed Brittney Griner to move to fifth on the all-time NCAA Division I scoring list.

Wilkins RV Rewind: Three straight victories moved SU men’s basketball up the ACC standings and kept slim NCAA tournament hopes alive, while the women’s basketball Orange dropped an overtime thriller at N.C. State to close its regular season and, in women’s lacrosse, SU went on the road and knocked off no. 2-ranked Notre Dame.

U.S. Army Rising Star: Finn Thomson likes to work in the middle of the week. When SU men’s lacrosse rolled past Utah 18-7 at the JMA Dome in a Wednesday-afternoon special, Thomson stepped up and produced a three-goal hat trick. 

CNY Sealing and Paving Defender: Collectively, all of SU women’s basketball should take a bow for how it played late in its 63-55 win over Pittsburgh, limiting the Panthers to just four points in the fourth quarter to allow for a comeback victory.

Ethan Allen Mark of Excellence: Nothing SU men’s basketball forward Chris Bell did compared with the eight consecutive 3-pointers he hit in the first half against North Carolina State that put the Orange in front on the way to an 87-83 victory over the Wolfpack in Raleigh.