AFLAC Amazing Athlete: Garrett Schrader did it all in SU football’s 35-20 victory over Purdue, rushing for a career-best 214 yards and four touchdowns to go with his 184 passing yards which kept the Orange undefeated.

Atlas Fence All-Star: Felipe D’Agostini gave SU men’s soccer its brightest moment in the Orange’s 2-1 defeat to the Cornell Big Red, scoring his team’s only goal just 10 minutes after entering the game.

Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Archive: Ben Schwartzwalder, the legendary coach who led SU football to the 1959 national championship, was inducted into the Syracuse Athletics Ring of Honor during the game against Army – fitting, since Schwartzwalder served heroically in World War II.

Empower/Byrne Dairy/Mooney Marketing Community Corner: In a key moment for SU athletics, ground was broken on the John A. Lally Athletic Complex Football Operations Center, designed to put football and the athletic department on a par with other programs in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Nye Automotive Assist: Noah Singelmann’s timely pass helped set up Nicholas Kaloukian for his first goal of the season as part of SU men’s soccer’s game against Wake Forest, a game that resulted in a 2-2 draw between the Orange and Demon Deacons.

Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists Star: Marlowe Wax got a lot of pre-season honors and proved why for SU football in its 35-20 victory over Purdue, earning an interception, getting a sack, breaking up a pass and earning 11 tackles, eight of them solo efforts. 

Wilkins RV Rewind: SU football went on the road, led from close to start to finish and defeated Purdue 35-20 in front of a national TV audience. Now the Orange returns home and faces Army-West Point, hoping to go to 4-0 in advance of an ACC showdown with defending conference champion Clemson.

U.S. Army Rising Star: Liesel Odom briefly gave SU women’s soccer a lead on no. 3-ranked Florida State by scoring less than 2 1/2 minutes into the game, though the Orange eventually lost by a score of 3-2.

Zero Draft Defender: Though SU women’s soccer took a 3-2 defeat to no. 3-ranked Florida State, goalkeeper Shea Vanderbosch had an outstanding game in the net, stopping 16 of the 18 shots the Seminoles took at her over the course of 90 minutes.

Ethan Allen Mark of Excellence:  With SU football lacking Oronde Gadsden Jr., Damien Alford stepped up to help the Orange’s passing attack, catching four passes for 70 yards in a 35-20 victory over Purdue.