Emma Geyer ’18 Named SUNYAC Scholar Athlete of the Year

Emma Geyer ’18 Named SUNYAC Scholar Athlete of the Year

The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUN- YAC) has named SUNY Oswego’s Emma Geyer ’18 as one of its inaugural Scholar Athletes of the Year. Each season, the conference will recognize student-athletes not only for their efforts on the field, but their classroom performance as well. Out of hundreds of student-athletes, Geyer is

Men’s Basketball Wins SUNYAC Championship, Makes NCAA Tournament

Men’s Basketball Wins SUNYAC Championship, Makes NCAA Tournament

            For the third time in six years, the SUNY Oswego men’s basketball team earned the top title in the SUNY Athletic Conference and made the NCAA Tournament. Unfortunately, the team lost to Scranton University, 82-77, in the NCAA opening round.

Three Women’s Lacrosse Players Earn All-Region Recognition, Two Make D3 Honor Roll

Three Women’s Lacrosse Players Earn All-Region  Recognition, Two Make D3 Honor Roll

Three members of the Oswego State women’s lacrosse team were named to the All-Empire Region squad as voted on by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association. Esther Gab­riel ’16 earned a spot on the First Team while Erannan Shattuck ’16 and Teresa Shattuck ’19 both took home Second Team honors. The IWLCA and Zag Sports

Men’s Basketball Jason Leone Named Coach of the Year

Men’s Basketball Jason Leone  Named Coach of the Year

The Basketball Coaches Association of New York released its Coaches of the Year list in June, recognizing Oswego State men’s basketball head coach Jason Leone. Leone was named the NCAA Division III Men’s Coach of the Year in New York State. A Syracuse, N.Y., native, Leone led the Lakers to its deepest post-season run in school

Oswego Names Kapuscinski New Men’s Ice Hockey PA Announcer

Oswego Names Kapuscinski New Men’s Ice Hockey PA Announcer

The Oswego State Department of Athletics named Dan Kapuscinski its next public address announcer for men’s ice hockey games. Kapuscinski replaces 19-year veteran Bill Foley, who retired after the 2015-16 season. A 2007 graduate of St. John Fisher College in Rochester, N.Y., Kapuscinski holds a degree in communications. During his time at Fisher, Kapuscinski worked

College Hires New Head Athletic Trainer

College Hires New Head Athletic Trainer

Mike Frawley joined Oswego State Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in August as the head athletic trainer. Frawley comes to Oswego with more than 20 years of experience in athletic training, with most of those years spent at the NCAA Division III level. After four years as an assistant athletic trainer at Union College in Schenectady,

ATHLETICS: continued

ATHLETICS: continued

  Baseball Sets Program Record, Finishes Stellar Season The Oswego State baseball team, ranked seventh in the country, set a program record for the most victories in a single season with 35 on the year. This breaks the previous record of 27 the team set in 2013 and 2015, both under the helm of Coach

Standing O

Standing O

Lakers Earn SUNYAC Recognitions The following student- athletes earned SUNYAC All-Conference Recognitions: Player of the Year Eric Hamilton ’17 of Liverpool, N.Y., baseball Rookie of the Year Teresa Shattuck ’19 of Syracuse, N.Y., women’s lacrosse First Team Adam Crumb ’17 of Wayne, N.Y., men’s track and field Esther Gabriel ’16 of Lancaster, N.Y., women’s lacrosse

ESPN Anchor and Alumna Linda Cohn ’81 Celebrates Milestone with ‘SportsCenter’

ESPN Anchor and Alumna Linda Cohn ’81 Celebrates Milestone with ‘SportsCenter’

Linda Cohn ’81, an ESPN anchor for more than 20 years, hosted her milestone 5,000th broadcast of SportsCenter on Feb. 21. No one in the program’s 36-year history—male or female—has hosted more shows. Cohn, who was the goalie for the women’s ice hockey team from 1977-81, graduated from Oswego with a bachelor’s degree in communication

ATHLETICS: Feinberg Lectures Highlight Women in Athletics

ATHLETICS: Feinberg Lectures Highlight Women in Athletics

This spring, the Feinberg Family Fund sponsored a series of lectures on gender in sports. The fund was established by Robert Feinberg ’78 and his wife, Robbi, in 2003 to support discussion on women in the workplace, and this year’s theme focused on college and professional athletics. “The series is important because it highlights the