Women’s Basketball Head Coach Tracy Bruno Earns 100th Win

Women’s Basketball Head Coach Tracy Bruno Earns 100th Win

This season, Oswego State women’s basketball team head coach Tracy Bruno earned her 100th career victory, all of which have come at Oswego State in her 10-year span at the helm of the Laker program. The 100th victory was earned Dec. 10, when the women’s basketball team dominated Buffalo State in a 65-48 victory. Coach

Lakers Receive Two National Community Service Awards

Lakers Receive Two National Community Service Awards

        Wrestler Sean Maloney ’17 (left) and Athletic Director Sue Viscomi (second from right) accepted first-place NADIIIAA/JOSTENS Community Service Awards in two categories at the NCAA Convention in Nashville, Tenn. Oswego claimed the top spot in both the An Array of Projects category as well as the On-Going Project category. Dan Witmer

Three Wrestlers Qualify for 2017 NCAA Championship, Bushey Claims Fourth Place

Three Wrestlers Qualify for 2017 NCAA Championship, Bushey Claims Fourth Place

Three Lakers qualified for the NCAA championship by claiming a top-three spot in their weight class. Jordan Bushey ’20 (184) and Rocco Russo ’18 (157) both captured the title in their respective weight classes while Evan Corso ’20 was the 133- pound runner-up. Corso and Russo bowed out gracefully on the first day while Bushey

Men’s Ice Hockey Wins Regular Season SUNYAC, Makes NCAA Tournament

Men’s Ice Hockey Wins Regular Season SUNYAC, Makes NCAA Tournament

Men’s ice hockey earned an at-large bid to its 12-team NCAA Championship and lost to Hamilton College, 3-1, in the opening round of the tournament. The team was SUNYAC regular season champion and conference tournament runner-up with a 21-5-1 overall mark and a 13-2-1 league record. They are pictured here after winning the Annual PathFinder

Griffin Qualifies for NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship

Griffin Qualifies for NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship

Ben Griffin ’17 of Sterling, N.Y., qualified for the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships in the 800-meter run with the nation’s eighth-fastest time (1:52.82). He competed in the national tournament in Naperville, Ill., hosted by North Central College, and finished in 10th place.

ESPN Anchor Linda Cohn ’81 Meets Up with the Lakers

ESPN Anchor Linda Cohn ’81 Meets Up with the Lakers

ESPN anchor and former Laker goalie Linda Cohn ’81 (center) visited campus to meet with students and attended a Syracuse Crunch game in October 2016; here she is with the 2016-2017 Lakers women’s ice hockey team at the Crunch game.

Five Inducted to SUNY Oswego Athletic Hall of Fame

Five Inducted to SUNY Oswego Athletic Hall of Fame

The Oswego Athletic Hall of Fame inducted five alumni into the Class of 2016 during Homecoming on Nov. 5. Pictured here are (from left) inductee Michael Charles ’83, baseball; inductee Edward L. Pucci ’75, wrestling; Karol Harding Schieffer ’63, on behalf of her late husband, Peter H. Schieffer ’62, basketball and track and field; inductee

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.