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'Cuse Awards Honor, Well, ALL The Syracuse Athletes

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C.J. Fair, Tyler Ennis, Terrel Hunt and many more SU athletes were honored Monday night.

The eighth annual 'Cuse Awards were held Monday night in Goldstein Auditorium. The annual gala to celebrate and honor the year that was in Syracuse Orange athletics.

It's also become a great place to get a selfie with Jim Boeheim.

Let's check out the winners to see who was honored (Spoiler: everyone).

Female Athlete of the Year: Alyssa Murray (women's lacrosse)


Male Athlete of the Year: C.J. Fair


Female Rookie of the Year: Stephanie Skilton (women's soccer)

Male Rookie of the Year: Tyler Ennis


Syracuse 8 Courage Award: Terrel Hunt

Game of the Year: Syracuse's 91-89 overtime victory over Duke in front of an on-campus record 35,466 fans.


Shot of the YearTyler Ennis buzzer-beater vs. Pitt

Cuse Cares Award: Women's soccer team

NACDA champions: Men's lacrosse team

Highest team GPA: Women's tennis (third straight, fourth in five years)

Male Performance of the Year: Emil Ekblom (men's soccer) for his seven-point performance, (3 goals, 1 assist) in a 5-0 victory over NC State.

Female Performance of the Year: Kayla Treanor (women's lacrosse), who scored a career-high seven goals in SU's win over then-No. 1 UNC.


Soladay Awards (top male and female scholar-athlete): Rachel Blum (women's soccer) and Robert Molke (men's cross country)

Most Improved Team: Women's cross country

Women's Coach of the Year: Tie, Gary Gait (women's lacrosse) and Quentin Hillsman (women's basketball)

Men's Coach of the Year: Chris Fox (cross country and track)

Play of the Year: Terrel Hunt's throwback touchdown pass to tight end Josh Parris vs. Boston College in the regular-season finale, clinching a bowl appearance for the Orange.


Female Team of the Year: Women's lacrosse

Male Team of the Year: Men's lacrosse

Your individual football player of the year was Terrel Hunt and your basketball player of the year was C.J. Fair. Got a problem with any of that? Too bad.

You can watch the event on replay on Cuse.com or you can just check the #CuseAwards hashtag to see a whole bunch of SU folks having fun.