Colin Greenseich ’18 and Dylan McCarthy ’19 of the Oswego State men’s cross country team set records during the NCAA Division III Atlantic Region Cross Country Championships on Nov. 11. Greenseich placed 15th out of 290 runners with a time of 25:06.3 in the 8K. Greenseich’s time is the fastest in program history, breaking the
Former Laker men’s ice hockey defenseman and current internationally known artist Michael Wills ’15 returned to campus Nov. 17-18 to paint during the men’s hockey games against Buffalo State and Fredonia in the Marano Campus Center ice arena. Wills transferred to Oswego from Merrimack College and played 41 games for the Lakers while earning a
The Oswego State women’s soccer team has been named a Team Academic Award winner by the United Soccer Coaches. With a combined 3.13 grade point average, the Oswego team was recognized for its exemplary academic performance during the 2016-17 academic year. The team also earned the Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Gold Award for the 2017
The Oswego State men’s ice hockey team defeated Cortland, 5-1, on Jan. 19 to clinch 300 career wins for Head Coach Ed Gosek ’83 M’01. At that point in the season, the win moved Gosek’s career record to 300-88-26 and the Lakers’ season record to 12-3-1. With a winning percentage of .756, Gosek has the
The 24 Oswego State NCAA athletic programs were recognized once again for their outstanding commitment to community service, as they received the second-place Award of Merit from the National Administrators of Division III Athletic Directors, sponsored by Jostens. This award is the 11th earned by Laker teams in the past nine years. In that
School of Business faculty member Efstathios (Stathis) Kefallonitis recently was named a fellow in two prestigious British royal societies: the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce and the Royal Chartered Institute of Marketing. Among other things, the honors recognize his expertise, leadership and service to the greater community.
Lithium-ion batteries continue to fuel millions of smartphones, electric cars, power tools and all manner of other rechargeable equipment, but SUNY Oswego physics faculty member Mohammad Islam (pictured above, right) believes great potential exists for lower cost sodium-ion batteries to make inroads. An expert in fabricating and using nanoparticles in his research on batteries, Islam
Dr. Richard Rosenfeld M’18, distinguished professor and chair of otolaryngology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn and now a graduate student in SUNY Oswego’s online MBA program in health services administration, recently gave talks at the college sharing his expertise in health care. These opportunities to share expertise, organized by SUNY Oswego’s Division of