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    

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

Swimming and Diving Teams Recognized by CSCAA

Swimming and Diving Teams Recognized by CSCAA

The SUNY Oswego men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were recognized as NCAA Division III Scholar All-America teams by the College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) for the 2015 spring semester. In order to be named on the All-America list, squads must earn a combined team grade-point average of 3.00 or higher. Both

Herlihey Named MVP of Pathfinder Classic

Herlihey Named MVP of Pathfinder Classic Mitchell Herlihey ’18 earned MVP honors after Oswego won its third straight Pathfinder Bank Classic in January. He scored four points during Oswego’s championship run. The Ottawa, Ontario, native was also named to the All-Tournament team and was named SUNYAC Rookie of the Week in men’s ice hockey for Jan. 4.

Mitchell Herlihey ’18 earned MVP honors after Oswego won its third straight Pathfinder Bank Classic in January. He scored four points during Oswego’s championship run. The Ottawa, Ontario, native was also named to the All-Tournament team and was named SUNYAC Rookie of the Week in men’s ice hockey for Jan. 4.  

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,