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 women's cross country team began its 2018 slate with a top finish at the five-team Fredonia Pre-SUNYAC 4K Preview race on Saturday morning. Oswego had six runners complete the race in the top 20 out of more than 60 competitors.
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.
The Oswego State volleyball team made quick work of SUNY Poly to start its season at the Morrisville State College Tournament on Friday night. Head coach JJ O'Connell stays perfect on opening days at Oswego, as the Lakers have won the first game of each campaign in his eight years at the helm.
The Oswego State field hockey team scored three goals in each half to begin its season with a victory over Wells College at home. Oswego has now won its season opener in two of the last three campaigns.
The Oswego State men's soccer team claimed a thrilling double overtime win against Morrisville State College on Friday night. Senior captain Thomas Osborn was able to collect a loose ball off a Hassan Musa corner, and lift it over the goalkeeper in the upper-left 90 with less than two minutes remaining in the final overtime.
NORMAN, Okla. - Sean Paul Owen of the Oswego State golf team earned the title of Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar from the Golf Coaches Association of America for the 2017-18 season. Owen is the first Laker in program history to receive the honor.
Over the weekend, the 11-country, 13-team USA Softball International Cup concluded with a 10-5 championship game win for USA Red over Japan. Throughout the International Cup, Oswego State softball was well represented, having two individuals - out of less than 250 competing players - participating in the event. Reigning SUNYAC Player and Pitcher of the Year, Rebecca Vilchez, pitched for Team Peru while Laker assistant coach and former Syracuse University standout Morgan Nandin represented Team Colombia.
The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) has recognized Oswego State's Teresa Shattuck as a Third Team All-American. This is Shattuck's first All-America nod after earning All-Empire Region in each of her first three seasons as a Laker.
Oswego State men's lacrosse senior Teddy Phillips earned the honor of representing the Lakers at the 77th Annual USILA/Nike North-South Senior All-Star games, which took place on Friday, May 25 at Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium on the campus of Providence College in Rhode Island.
NEW ORLEANS - Tylea McCarthy-Walker of the Oswego State women's track and field team has received U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Region honors, and has qualified for the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships. The competition will take place from May 24-26 at the Veteran's Memorial Field Sports Complex in La Crosse, Wisc.
OSWEGO, N.Y. - The Oswego State Department of Intercollegiate Athletics selected its Outstanding Senior Athletes. Emma Geyer of the women's soccer team and Mitch Herlihey of the men's ice hockey team earned the honors.
Mike Dellicarri of the nationally-ranked and College World Series qualifying Oswego State baseball team has added All-American to his list of accolades. On Wednesday, D3baseball.com named the junior to its All-America Third Team on the heels of a First Team All-Region nod.
GRAND LAKE, Colo. - The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) has named four members of the Oswego State women's lacrosse team to one of its All-Empire Region teams. Angela Ponto and Teresa Shattuck earned first team honors, while Brigid Regin and Danielle Walker received second team accolades. This is the most players that Oswego has had named to an All-Region team for a single season in program history.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Rebecca Vilchez and Angela Frampton of the Oswego State softball team were named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Northeast All-Region team. Vilchez was named to the second team, while Frampton earned third team honors.
The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has named four members of the nationally-ranked Oswego State baseball team to one its two All-Conference teams. Mike Dellicarri earned a first team nod along with Bob Wallace Player of the Year honors. Robert Donnelly and Myles Kutscher joined Dellicarri on the first team while John Barnes made the league's second team for his efforts during the 2018 campaign.
CORTLAND, N.Y. -- The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has named three members of the Oswego State softball team to one of its two All-Conference teams. Rebecca Vilchez earned first team honors, while Angela Frampton and Madelana Wrubel earned second team honors. Additionally, Vilchez was named both the Pitcher and Player of the Year.
CORTLAND, N.Y. - Six members of the Oswego State men's lacrosse team have earned All-Conference honors from the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC), including Kevin O'Donnell, who was named the conference's Rookie of the Year. Teddy Phillips was named to the first team, Adam Burlew, Bobby Emerson and Tim Schof collected second team honors and Kyle O'Connor received an honorable mention. In his freshman year, O'Donnell was a force to be reckoned with in the net for Oswego, starting in all 15 contests. The goalie recorded a 10-5 record on the season, and his 66.7 win percentage was good for the top spot in the conference. Nationally, O'Donnell's goals-against average of 7.85 and save percentage of 0.57 both earned him spots in the top-50, placing him 37th and 47th, respectively. The Cleveland, Ohio native played one of his best games of the season against St. John Fisher College on March 17. Making 11 saves and allowing seven goals, O'Donnell helped the Lakers to their first win over the Cardinals since 2005 and earned the SUNYAC Goalie of the Week honor for his efforts. This is the second consecutive year a Laker has earned the Rookie of the Year title, as Schof received the honor last season. Phillips, who was named to the All-SUNYAC second team in 2017, earned his second All-Conference award of his career with his first team accolade. The defender's 22 caused turnovers ranked him first on the Lakers - for the second straight year - and placed him in a four-way tie for second in the SUNYAC. Philips was also crucial in collecting ground balls for Oswego, scooping up 39 to trail only O'Connor (55) for the team-high. The senior's lone shot of the season was on-target, as he scored to help Oswego to a season-opening 13-8 win over Hartwick College on March 3. Burlew, also a senior, earns his first career All-Conference honor with his second team nod. Wielding the short stick, Burlew collected 31 ground balls for Oswego to put him in a tie for fourth place on the team with Seamus Burns. The Rockland, N.Y. native played in all 15 games for the Lakers, helping Oswego stifle its opponents' offenses. Oswego allowed opponents to score 10 or more points only three times during the season - first against then-No. 16 Ithaca, next to eventual SUNYAC champion Cortland and finally in a 13-10 Senior Day win over Potsdam. Emerson was named to the second team as well, earning the honor for the second-straight year. The junior finished the season with 27 goals, good for second on the team and seventh place in the SUNYAC. Emerson was particularly strong in taking advantage of man-up situations. His six man-up goals put him in first among the Lakers and second in the conference. The Lake Grove, N.Y. native earned two weekly conference awards during the season, first with an eight-point week over two games for the week ending April 1, and later with a seven-point week across two victories for the week ending April 22. Rounding out the second team honorees is Schof. Schof notched a team-high 23 assists on the season, which earned him third place in the SUNYAC. The sophomore was especially effective in dishing out assists during conference play, as his eight assists against SUNYAC foes ranked him second in the conference. Starting in all 15 games on the season, Schof also contributed nine goals to the Lakers' efforts. Faceoff specialist O'Connor earned an honorable mention for his performance at the X this season. The sophomore was successful in 161 of his 289 faceoffs, for a win percentage of 0.56. His 161 faceoff victories ranked second in the SUNYAC, as did his 58 successes in conference play. Additionally, O'Connor scooped up a team-high 55 ground balls on the season. As a team, the Lakers finished the season with a 10-5 record, their most wins since the 1996 season (12-3). Oswego also earned a spot in the SUNYAC Championship for the first time since 2009. @OswegoAthletics | FB: Oswego Athletics | IG: oswegoathletics
CORTLAND, N.Y. - The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has named eight members of the Oswego State women's lacrosse squad to one of its three All-Conference teams. Teresa Shattuck, Brigid Regin, Danielle Walker and Angela Ponto were each named to the first team, Toni Laneve earned second team accolades while Montana Garrett, Riley Jaquin and Gemma O'Kane made the third team.
The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has selected Oswego State's Brian Nolan as its Pitcher of the Week for the week ending April 8. Earning his team-high fourth win of the year on Sunday afternoon against Oneonta, the junior has already tied his win total from 2017.
GILBERT, Ariz. - The Oswego State field hockey team earned the Zag Field Hockey / National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division III National Academic Team Award for the 2017 season, with senior Brianna Ciganek earning an NFHCA Scholar of Distinction honor. The Lakers also had eight members named to the 2017 Zag Field Hockey / NFHCA Division III National Academic Squad.