Hebert and Sortino Named Outstanding Senior Athletes

Outstanding Senior Athletes

Sue Viscomi (center), Oswego State’s director of athletics, recognized Outstanding Senior Athletes Brian Sortino ’17 (left) of men’s basketball and Heather Hebert ’17 (right) of women’s basketball following the conclusion of the All-Athlete Banquet May 3 at the Marano Campus Center arena. The Outstanding Senior Athlete awards take into account the seniors’ entire career at Oswego and is based

Wilson Inducted to Upstate NY Basketball Hall of Fame

Greg Wilson '68

The Upstate New York Basketball Hall of Fame inducted former Oswego State great Greg Wilson ’68 into its Class of 2017 on May 21 during a reception in Troy, N.Y. Wilson still holds a prominent place in the Laker record books, including highest scoring average in a single season (28.0) and rebounds in a game (31 at

Standing O Lakers Earn All-SUNYAC Recognitions

Scott Landers

The following Oswego Lakers earned SUNYAC All-Conference recognitions: COACH OF THE YEAR   Scott Landers, Walter Nitardy Coach of the Year, men’s baseball         Abby Martin, women’s softball         PLAYER OF THE YEAR   Eric Hamilton ’17 of Liverpool, N.Y., Bob Wallace Player of the Year, men’s baseball    

Women’s Swimming and Diving Earns National Scholar Recognition

Women's Swimming and Diving

For the first time in the 95-year history of the College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA), more than 700 teams have received Scholar All-America recognition. Included among the teams was Oswego State women’s swimming and diving. This marks the 14th time in the last 17 semesters that the women’s swimming and diving

Track and Field Team Members Break School Records at Cortland Classic

Oswego Track and Field

Two members of the Oswego State men’s track and field team set personal and school records at the April 22 Cortland Classic Invitational. Ben Griffin ’17 led the way with a new school and personal record for a first-place finish in the 1,500 with a time of 3:55.58. Adam Crumb ’17 had an exceptional day as well, scoring

Cronin ’17 Honored With 2017 SUNY Chancellor’s Scholar-Athlete Award

Tim Cronin ’17 of Walden, N.Y.

Tim Cronin ’17 of Walden, N.Y., earned the SUNY Chancellor’s Scholar-Athlete Award as selected by the State University of New York. The award recognizes students who have combined academic excellence and outstanding athletic achievement, and are members of an All-Conference or All-Tournament team. Cronin, who was the SUNYAC co-pitcher of the year, has many accolades, including

Lakers Earn All-American Honors in Three Sports

Jordan Bushey '20

Four Oswego State athletes earned All-American honors across three sports: Jordan Bushey ’20 of Plattsburgh, N.Y., in wrestling; Stephen Johnson ’17 of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, and Kenny Neil ’17 of Clarenville, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, in men’s hockey; and Brian Sortino ’17 of Fairport, N.Y., in men’s basketball. Bushey placed fourth in the 184-pound weight class at the NCAA Championships in Wisconsin. The

Oswego Declared SUNYAC Baseball Champion, Earned Automatic Berth to NCAAs

Oswego Declared SUNYAC Baseball Champion, Earned Automatic Berth to NCAAs

As the top seed in the SUNYAC Tournament and by conference operating code, No. 9/9 Oswego was declared the 2017 SUNYAC Champion, although the conference cancelled its 2017 Baseball Championship originally scheduled May 5-7 at SUNY Oswego due to weather. As the conference champion, the team received an automatic berth in the NCAA Division III

Laker Hockey Legend Receives National Award

Laker Hockey Legend Receives National Award

The American Hockey Coaches Association has named Oswego All-American goalie Pete Sears ’71 winner of its annual John Mariucci Award. He will be recognized on April 26 during the 2017 AHCA Convention in Naples, Florida. The award honors a secondary school association coach who best exemplifies the spirit, dedication and enthusiasm of Mari- ucci, a

New Sports Studies Minor Crosses Many Disciplines

New Sports Studies Minor Crosses Many Disciplines

SUNY Oswego introduced a sports studies minor this fall that gives students the opportunity to study the history and impact of sports. The idea to create the minor grew from Christopher Mack, an associate professor of history, and sociology department chair Tim Delaney, who both share a deep interest in sports. Delaney, often with participation