The following individuals were inducted into the Oswego State Athletic Hall of Fame during a ceremony over Homecoming Weekend in October.
Joe Carrabs ’04
Men’s ice hockey | River Edge, N.J.
Highlights: Two-time All-America; two-time First Team All-SUNYAC; defenseman scored 20 or more points in three of his four seasons
Barbara Verdoliva Carroll ’93
Women’s soccer | Oswego, N.Y.
Highlights: Top 10 in program history in single-game assists (3), single-season goals (16), single-season points (38); SUNYAC Western Division Most Valuable Player, SUNYAC First Team and NYS Women’s College Athletic Association All-State Team
George T. Gelsomin ’78
Golf | De Ruyter, N.Y.
Highlights: Honorable Mention All-America; part of the team that claimed its fifth consecutive conference championship title and seven-straight NCAA championship appearances
Paul Newman ’83
Wrestling | Patchogue, N.Y.
Highlights: All-America; All-SUNYAC; top five finishes at state and conference tournaments and eighth at the national championship
Mark H. Serron ’81
Men’s lacrosse | Canandaigua, N.Y.
Highlights: No. 1 in points (100) and goals (56) for Lakers single season; two-time All-SUNYAC First Team; second in career points (188)
Sheri A. Smith ’91
Women’s basketball and softball | Erieville, N.Y.
Highlights: Top 10 in program history for average points per game (18.1), single-game points (40), single-game free-throws made (20-of-22), 3-pointers made (85), 3-point percentage (31.4) and free-throw percentage (73.4); two-time All-SUNYAC First Team. On the diamond, she was also a two-time All-Conference honoree, named as one of the five best outfielders in the league in 1989 and 1990
Gregory Arthur Wilson ’68
Men’s basketball | Mechanicville, N.Y.
Highlights: 2017 Upstate New York Basketball Hall of Fame inductee; averaging a double-double (24.5 points per game and 16.5 rebounds per game), No. 1 in Lakers single-season average scoring (28) and No. 2 in career scoring and rebounding averages; No. 1 in single-game scoring (39) and rebounding (31) at Utica College