Men’s Ice Hockey

Men's Ice Hockey

The Laker men’s ice hockey team, under head coach Ed Gosek ’83 M’01, became back-to-back SUNYAC champions in the 2013-14 season. Oswego finished 22-7-2 overall and 10-5-1 in conference play while capturing its 10th SUNYAC championship after defeating No.1 Geneseo on the road. By winning the conference title, Oswego earned the automatic qualifier to the

Festa Assistantship Provides an Unrivaled Graduate Leadership Development Opportunity

Michael Stanley (right) welcomes (from left) Kyle Laughlin M’15, Bob Lloyd ’81 M’89, Fred Festa ’81 and men’s head hockey coach Ed Gosek ’83 M’01 to his home at Shady Shore in December 2013 for a reception honoring Festa, who received the Oswego Presidential Medal during December Commencement.

Mix a love of hockey with an equal portion of business expertise and a heaping measure of respect for Laker Men’s Hockey Head Coach Ed Gosek ’83 M’01, and the result is a topnotch leadership development opportunity for an eager graduate student at SUNY Oswego. “What I like about hockey players is that they’re genuine,”

Scaia Scholarship Supports Future Educators

Linda and Dan ’68 Scaia

Soccer gave Dan Scaia ’68 a “free kick” at the opportunity to attend SUNY Oswego, and his connections to Oswego soccer led to his involvement in fundraising for a scholarship in honor of his late soccer coach Ernest B. Luongo. The satisfaction of creating a fund to support students in perpetuity spurred Scaia to establish

Spring 2013 Sports Round-Up

Men's Lacrosse

Men’s Lacrosse The 2013 men’s lacrosse team finished over .500 for the second-straight year, which is the first time the team has had consecutive winning seasons since 1996 and 1997. The Lakers finished 8-7 overall, going 2-4 in SUNYAC play. Troy Crevier ’16 and Nick Giampaolo ’14 were both named to the All-SUNYAC Second Team as voted on

Romney Project Boosts Athletes’ Readiness

Golden Romney Field House

Golden Romney Field House reopened to limited spring practices as work wrapped up on a $2 million project to breathe new athletic life into the college’s former ice hockey home. “It’s a transformation,” said Nicholas Lyons, vice president for administration and finance. Men’s and women’s spring sports teams—from lacrosse to track and field, from baseball

Winter 2013 Sports Round-Up

Hayden Ward ’13 posts up a defender

Men’s Basketball The Laker men’s basketball team registered wins over NCAA Sweet 16 participants, Morrisville and Ithaca, en route to posting an overall record of 19-8 and a conference record of 11-7 under second-year head coach Jason Leone. Oswego State earned the fourth seed in the SUNYAC Championship, where it defeated Brockport on its home

Cheer Your Team On Again at the Oswego Hall of Fame

Cheer Your Team On Again at the Oswego Hall of Fame

Athletic Hall of Fame Indiction Luncheon Saturday, Nov. 2, 12:30 p.m.   Congratulations to the 2013 Inductees: Robert Brutsch ’71 – Baseball Brian McGann ’70 – Wrestling Anne Sarkissian DeRue ’04 – Swimming Kathryne “Kat” Stead ’05 – Women’s Soccer and Lacrosse   For information and to register, please go to: alumni.oswego.edu/halloffame  

Borden is born to run

Borden is born to run

You might say Miles B. Borden ’50 is on the right track. Some 63 years after setting Oswego State records for speed, Miles is still putting on miles. As a member of the Laker track team, Miles crossed the finish line in the record-breaking mile-long relay race at Cortland State in May 1949. The invitational track meet

Faculty Hall of Fame

Faculty Hall of Fame

Professor Emeritus of Education Raymond Bridgers Jr. readily admits that if someone had told him as a high school student that he would become a teacher, he would have laughed. “School was not a particularly happy place for me,” he says. But once he started teaching, Bridgers came to love the classroom. “I literally enjoyed

Sports: Fall 2012

Sports: Fall 2012

Volleyball Oswego State volleyball returned to SUNY Athletic Conference Playoffs for the first time since 1996 after turning in an overall record of 12-19 and a conference record of 2-4. The league victories also marked the first conference wins for the Lakers since the 2008 season. Oswego State eventually fell to NCAA qualifier New Paltz,