The Oswego State men's basketball team continued its dominant play with a 28-point victory over SUNY Poly in Saturday afternoon's Max Ziel Tournament title. While the Lakers claimed the championship, Brandan Gartland was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player and teammate Joe Sullivan joined the junior on the All-Tournament Team.
The Oswego State men's basketball team jump started the 2018-19 season in grand fashion, thumping Elmira College in the opening round of the Max Ziel Tournament on Friday night. Oswego recorded 106 points in the tilt, the most since it posted 122 in a win over D'Youville College on this exact day in 2012.
The Oswego State women's basketball team commenced its season with a seven-point victory at Clarkson University on Wednesday night. Oswego's triumph snapped a four-game losing streak against the Golden Knights and is the program's first season-opening win since its last win against Clarkson - a 76-60 win at home on Nov. 15, 2013. It is also the Lakers' first victory on the road against Clarkson since the 1982-83 campaign.
CORTLAND, N.Y. - The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has selected Oswego State's Anthony Passero as its Men's Ice Hockey Player of the Week, Alex Davie as its Men's Swimmer of the Week and Miranda Frascatore as its Women's Diver of the Week for the week ending Nov. 11. Passero tallied his first two goals as a Laker over the weekend, his first coming in the team's 6-2 victory at SUNY Canton on Friday. The junior-transfer was essential in nationally-ranked Oswego's 4-2 victory over then-No. 5/11 Hobart, recording the game-winning goal. His goal put the Lakers up 3-1 late into the second period, assisted by Derek Brown and Michael Gillespie. The Fort Erie, Ont. native also tallied an assist in the team's victory, helping Aaron Huffnagle to tally the second Laker goal. Davie earned two individual wins in the Lakers' 185-99 defeat of Alfred State, while aiding in the men's win of the 200-yard freestyle relay. The Rome, Italy native recorded wins in the 50-yard freestyle (21.60) and the 100-yard freestyle (47.82). He helped Brendan Beutel, Colt Manis and Luis Perez claim the 200-yard freestyle relay, posting a combined time of 1:50.57. Frascatore recorded wins in both the 1-meter and 3-meter diving events. In the 1-meter she posted a score of 249.05, while posting a score of 243.80 in the 3-meter. The sophomore is currently 6-2, winning six of the eight diving events she has participated in this season, while placing second in both her losses. @OswegoAthletics | FB: OswegoAthleticsOfficial | IG: oswegoathletics
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - The Northeast Women's Hockey League (NEWHL) has selected Oswego State's Rachael Farmer as its Goalie of the Week, and Avery Webster as its Rookie of the Week for the week ending Nov. 11. Farmer, a junior transfer, recorded 60 saves in her first two starts as a Laker. In Friday night's matchup at Buffalo State, the goaltender recorded 26 saves in the Lakers' 2-0 victory, solidifying her first shutout in green and gold. In Saturday's 1-0 win, again at Buffalo State, the Grand Island, N.Y. native recorded a season best 34 saves. Of those 34, 26 came in the final 40 minutes and 18 were during penalty-kill situations, allowing Oswego to score a late goal for a 1-0 triumph. Webster was instrumental in the team's 1-0 win over Buffalo State on Saturday, scoring the game-winning goal with less than three minutes remaining in the final period. The defender's goal was aided by Eryn Stewart and Kate Randazzo. The Waterloo, Ont. native is tied for first on the team in goals (3) and in the plus/minus category (+8), while tying for second in points (5). Farmer, Webster and the Lakers return to action at 7 p.m. on Friday night as they host Cortland for their home-opener and "Pink the Rink" game. @OswegoAthletics | FB: OswegoAthleticsOfficial | IG: oswegoathletics
Several SUNY Oswego students worked full time in cooperative education positions for a variety of employers in fall 2018, gaining significant practical experience relevant to their majors.
The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) announced its men's soccer All-Conference teams on Friday morning, with Oswego State senior Karebo Wilson being named to the third team.
Senior Allison Sullivan - of the Oswego State volleyball team - has added to her post-season accolades with an Honorable Mention All-Region Award, as announced by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) this past weekend. This is the first All-Region recognition for the middle blocker from Dedham, Mass. and fifth in the Lakers' program history. Sullivan joins Erin Hanlon (2002, 2003) and Ariel Murawski (2015, 2016) as the other Lakers to be selected for the prestigious honor.
CORTLAND, N.Y. - Chloe Lonergan and Lynsey Roth of the Oswego State women's soccer team were both named to and the All-State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Third Team. This is Lonergan's third appearance on an All-Conference team as she was named to the third team in 2015 and the second team a season ago. With Lonergan at the heart of defense, Oswego State shut out six teams throughout the season. Lonergan had two assists on the season, with one coming in conference play. The senior wraps her career with the Lakers starting in 65 of 66 games, while also netting two career goals and assisting on three more. Roth was extremely effective in her second season, placing in the top-five among all SUNYAC athletes in goals (7) while finishing in the top 10 in points (15). The Liverpool, N.Y. native led the Lakers in the aforementioned categories as well as shots (64) and shots on-goal (29). The sophomore was named Most Valuable Player of the 2018 Fredonia Blue Devil Classic, scoring a goal in both Oswego victories at the tournament. NameYr.Pos.SchoolHometown/High School FIRST TEAM Vanessa RomeroSr.FCortlandValhalla, N.Y./Valhalla Miranda OzimekSo.FGeneseoCenterport, N.Y. / St. Anthony's Allison SeidmanFr.FPlattsburghCommack, N.Y./Commack Brooke FalsionSr.FPotsdamBrockport, N.Y./Brockport Caitie CunninghamSr.MGeneseoMineola, N.Y. / Mineola Jessica DowninSr.MOneontaFranklin, N.Y./Franklin Central Rylie MurraySr.MPotsdamBerkley, MI/Berkley Lauren CullinanSo.DFredoniaClarence, N.Y./Clarence Taylor ClarJr.DGeneseoScottsville, N.Y./Wheatland-Chili Rachel WalshSr.DGeneseoNiskayuna, N.Y./Niskayuna Emily JaniszewskiSr.GGeneseoBuffalo, N.Y./Orchard Park . SECOND TEAM Domenica PiccoliJr.FGeneseoEast Northport, N.Y./John Glenn Katie MatottJr.FPlattsburghRouses Point, N.Y./Northeastern Clinton Lexi DeanSo.FPotsdamSchenectady, N.Y./Mohonasen Maddie SiclareSr.MBrockportHilton, N.Y./Hilton Hannah SullivanFr.MGeneseoMarlboro, N.Y./Marlboro Seaver LipshieSr.MOneontaPort Jefferson Station, N.Y./Comsewogue Kirsten VillemaireFr.MPlattsburghPlattsburgh, N.Y./Beekmantown Marissa GreinerSo.DBrockportKirkville, N.Y./East Syracuse Minoa Sarah BonnerJr.DPlattsburghYorktown Heights, N.Y./Yorktown Ciara NorrisJr.DPotsdamSyracuse, N.Y./Jamesville-Dewitt Taylor AdamsGr.GPlattsburghSchenectady, N.Y./Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons . THIRD TEAM Hillaria HernandezFr.FCortlandCarmel, N.Y./Kennedy Catholic Abby PriceSr.FFredoniaNaples, N.Y./Naples Lynsey RothSo.FOswegoLiverpool, N.Y./Liverpool Brenna ConoverSr.MCortlandSmithtown, N.Y./Hauppauge Erin ValenteSo.MCortlandLatham, N.Y./Shaker Jennifer MoranSr.MGeneseoHenrietta, N.Y./Rush-Henrietta Siobhan SwayneSr.DCortlandPlainedge, N.Y./Plainedge Nicol DonadioSr.DOneontaPort Jefferson Station, N.Y./ Comsewogue Chloe LonerganSr.DOswegoCicero, N.Y./Cicero-North Syracuse Maeve MorrisseySo.DPotsdamAverill Park, N.Y./Averill Parlk Danika SvendsenSo.GCortlandStillwater, N.Y./Stillwater @OswegoAthletics | FB: OswegoAthleticsOfficial | IG: oswegoathletics
The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has recognized two Oswego State volleyball athletes for their accomplishments during the 2018 season. Senior Alison Sullivan was selected to the 2018 SUNYAC Championship All-Tournament Team as well as being named Second Team All-Conference. Sophomore Lauren Fie was honored with the Elite20 Award that goes to the student-athlete with the highest grade point average at the championship site.
The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) announced its All-Conference field hockey teams, with Oswego State senior Katie Reynolds being named to the first team. It's the second time the Pawling, N.Y. native has been named to an All-Conference squad, earning second team honors a year ago.
CORTLAND, N.Y. - The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has selected Oswego State's Travis Broughman as its Men's Ice Hockey Rookie of the Week for the week ending Nov. 4. Broughman tallied two goals and one assist in his first official contest as a Laker, helping Oswego in its 4-2 win over Cortland on Saturday. He began the scoring for Oswego, placing a bouncing puck behind the goaltender's pads. He was helped along by Anthony Passero and Carter Allen. The Mechanicsville, Va. native then added an assist on Tanner Spink's breakaway goal, sending a long pass from the Laker blue line. He then added the eventual game-winner at 11:47 into the second period, on an Oswego power play. The forward currently leads the team in goals (2) and points (3), while tying for second in assists (1). Broughman came to Oswego by way of the Carleton Place Canadians (CCHL) where he played in 60 games, recording 31 goals and 34 assists in the regular season. The freshman was named to the 2017-18 CCHL All-Star Team. @OswegoAthletics | FB: OswegoAthleticsOfficial | IG: oswegoathletics
OSWEGO, N.Y. - The Oswego State field hockey team tallied four goals in a victory over Keuka College, in its final home contest of the season on Tuesday. Lacey Woite tallied three points in the Lakers' victory. THE BASICS Final Score: Oswego 4, Keuka 1 Location: Laker Turf Stadium - Oswego, N.Y. Records: Oswego (5-8) | Keuka (5-10) HOW IT HAPPENED Oswego scored back to back goals with in the first 20 minutes of the contest to force a Wolves' timeout. The first Laker goal was tallied by Emily Conklin, who forced an unassisted goal on a crowded Keuka keeper. Senior Katie Reynolds notched the Lakers' second goal just two minutes later, as she was able to corral a Lacey Woite shot into the cage. Woite would earn another point on the day as Alyssa DeMichael collected her shot in the circle and was able to beat the Wolves' goalkeeper for Oswego's third goal. Evelyn Burdick notched her first collegiate goal, as she was able to collect a Woite ball near the goal line, and place it just behind the keeper's feet. Freshman Lauren Catalano was on pace for her first shutout, but a late Wolves' goal with less than five minutes remaining in the contest. Catalano recorded seven saves. The Lakers held an advantage in shots (16-9), shots on-goal (13-8) and corners (11-6). WHAT'S NEXT Oswego hits the road, as it travels to St. Lawrence University for a 4 p.m. game on Friday. The Lakers will then conclude the 2018 season at Union College at 12 p.m on Saturday. @OswegoAthletics | FB: OswegoAthleticsOfficial | IG: oswegoathletics
The Oswego State men's soccer team came from behind to earn a crucial conference victory at Brockport on Friday afternoon. Entering the contest, the Golden Eagles had lost just two games, none of which came in SUNYAC play. Oswego now heads into the last game of the regular season in the thick of a playoff hunt.
The Oswego State men's soccer team sent its senior class away from Laker Turf Stadium on a high note, defeating Fredonia at home on Saturday afternoon. Prior to the contest, Laker seniors Evan Bogucki, Thomas Jackson, Hassan Musa, RJ Nichol, Sean Ormsby, Thomas Osborn, Adan Raacha, Jason Siracuse and Karebo Wilson were honored with an on-field ceremony.
The Oswego State men's soccer team secured its first conference victory of the season over Potsdam to close-out Alumni Weekend at home on Saturday afternoon. Prior to the game, Oswego held a moment of silence to remember men's soccer alumnus Brody Magro, a 2017 Oswego State graduate who passed away last weekend. The Lakers donned No. 22 jerseys during warm-ups, which was Magro's number for the final three years of his four-year collegiate career.
For the fourth-straight season, the Oswego State golf team claimed first place at its annual fall invitational. The 21st Annual Oswego State Fall Invitational went to the Lakers' "A" squad, with Corey Marshallcollecting medalist honors.
CORTLAND, N.Y. -- The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has selected Oswego State's Katie Reynolds as its Field Hockey Offensive Athlete of the Week for the week ending Sept. 23. Reynolds notched a career-high four goals in the team's 4-3 victory over the Brockport Golden Eagles on Saturday. With this victory, she now leads the team in goals (10) and points (22), while being tied for first in program history for most goals in a single game (4). Alyssa DeMichael tallied the only assist in the game, as she passed the ball through several defensive players, to Reynolds who was waiting in front of the goalkeeper. The other three of the senior's goals came unassisted, as she was able to collect a few rebounds for put back tallies. The Pawling, N.Y. native is currently ranked fifth in program history for career-goals with 24, despite having spent her first year of eligibility at St. Thomas Aquinas. She is also ranked fourth in the nation in both points per game (3.67) and goals per game (1.67). Reynolds and the Lakers return to action on Wednesday as they travel to nationally-ranked Cortland for a 4 p.m. start. @OswegoAthletics | FB: OswegoAthleticsOfficial | IG: oswegoathletics
The Oswego State women's soccer team began its SUNYAC slate on the right foot, downing Cortland at home on Saturday. A penalty-kick in the second half was enough to push the Lakers past the Red Dragons.
CORTLAND, N.Y. -- The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has selected Oswego State's Brian Terra as its Men's Soccer Defensive Athlete of the Week and Katie Reynolds as its Field Hockey Offensive Athlete of the Week for the week ending Sept. 9. Terra had five saves in two games this past weekend, helping the Lakers to sweep the Utica College Tournament. The Lake Grove, N.Y. native was instrumental in Sunday's 1-0 win over the host Pioneers. In the Lakers' victory, Terra stopped both Pioneer shots on-goal, earning his first shutout of the year, and the third of his career. Reynolds tallied four points in the Lakers' 5-0 defeat of Elmira College on Wednesday. The senior's points consisted of one goal and two assists. Her first point came on an assist, as she helped teammate Alyssa DeMichael score the game-winning goal less than five minutes into the first half. The goal was the result of a corner, in which the ball was placed in front of the cage for DeMichael to collect and convert. Reynolds' second assist was earned by dishing the ball to Jenna Rogers off of a corner, which was the freshman's first collegiate goal. Classmate Lacey Woite would connect with Reynolds on a centering pass in front of the net at 44:37, for the Pawling, N.Y. native's lone goal and fourth point of the day. The Forward ranked second on the team for most points (8). @OswegoAthletics | FB: OswegoAthleticsOfficial | IG: oswegoathletics
The Oswego State golf team earned its first victory of the season in tremendous fashion, as three Lakers shot even par to top the leaderboard of the Potsdam Fall Invitational on Tuesday afternoon. Oswego's top-four finishers shot a 291, just three over par and nine shots better than the runner-up.