SUNY Oswego offers an opportunity for students to pursue unlimited horizons. With a student body of 8,500 learners, we are large enough to offer more than 100 programs of study yet small enough for students to form quality relationships with each other and caring faculty. (see more)
SUNY Oswego offers an opportunity for students to pursue unlimited horizons. With a student body of 8,500 learners, we are large enough to offer more than 100 programs of study yet small enough for students to form quality relationships with each other and caring faculty.
The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has named Emma Geyer 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 just one of eight award winners for the fall.
The Oswego State golf team stood alone in fourth place after the final day of the ECAC Division III Mid-Atlantic Championship, hosted by St. John Fisher College at Ravenwood Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday. Oswego followed its Saturday 298 with a Sunday 303 for a two-round total of 601 (+25).
MT. MORRIS, N.Y. - The Oswego State women's cross country team placed 11th with a team score of 392 at the 38th Annual Mike Woods Cross Country Invitational hosted by Geneseo at Letchworth State Park.
The Oswego State men's cross country team continued its four-meet streak of finishing in the top three with a second place showing at Geneseo's Mike Woods Invitational on Saturday morning. Oswego finished second to only the host Knights, who are the top-ranked team in the country in the latest USTFCCCA Division III poll.
The Oswego State volleyball team battled back from down 2-1 to Plattsburgh for a 3-2 (25-22, 19-25, 22-25, 25-23, 15-10) victory in the first conference matchup of the season on Friday evening. Potsdam hosted the SUNYAC Pool Play, seeing Oswego improve to 9-5 on the year while the Cardinals drop to 7-6.
OSWEGO, N.Y. - The Oswego State women's soccer team downed the New Paltz Hawks-4-1-in its first conference matchup of the year. The Lakers record now stands at 4-1-2 overall and 1-0 in conference play. New Paltz falls to 1-7-2 and 0-1.
The Oswego State golf team had two different squads place first out of eight teams at its 19th Annual Fall Invitational, hosted at the Oswego Country Club on Monday afternoon. Oswego "A" and Oswego "B" both shot 317 in the 18-hole tournament, with Oswego "B" taking the crown by the way of the lowest score between each team's fifth-seeded golfer as the tiebreaker. Joshua Krause shot a plus-9 80 compared to Kyle McCloskey's 82 (+11).
CORTLAND, N.Y. - The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) released its Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sept. 19, selecting four Oswego State athletes. Sarita Charap, Monica Harvey, Emma Geyer and Melissa Siegfried represent the Lakers by receiving recognition from the conference.
OSWEGO, N.Y. - The Oswego State field hockey team defeated the Keuka College Wolves, 6-1, on Wednesday afternoon at Laker Turf Stadium to keep its unblemished record intact at 5-0. Keuka falls to 0-5 with the loss.
The Oswego State women's soccer team downed the Clarkson University Golden Knights 1-0 on Friday afternoon. Oswego improves to 3-1-1 on the season and hands Clarkson its first loss of the season (4-1).
OSWEGO, N.Y. - The Oswego State volleyball team made quick 3-0 (25-13, 25-17, 25-12) of St. John Fisher College on Wednesday night in Max Ziel Gymnasium. Oswego's victory moves the team to 6-2 on the year while the Cardinals drop to 3-6.
The Oswego State field hockey team moved to 4-0 for the first time in over 12 years after defeating Elmira College 2-1 in double overtime on Wednesday.
Oswego State field hockey moved to 3-0 on the year with a win at home over Wells College. The Lakers were led by Katie Reynolds' four-points on two goals and an assist. Kendra Walker, Grace Rinaldi and Jordan Sheehy each scored while Lacey Woite and Julia Calandra recorded an assist apiece. Junior Sarita Charap made five saves for Oswego in the win.
Grace Rinaldi's goal with 1.2 seconds left in regulation sent Oswego to overtime at home against Houghton College. Just over four minutes in, transfer-sophomore Katie Reynolds notched the sudden-victory goal in OT, giving the Lakers a 3-2 win over Houghton - the program's first win in a season-opener since 2009. Jordan Sheehy assisted on Reynolds' goal while Monica Harvey dished an assist on Rinaldi's game-tying tally. Sarita Charap made four saves to keep Oswego in the game throughout the contest.
The Oswego State women's soccer team's season is just weeks away, and two individuals are returning with a new experience under their belts. Mary Morrison and Sarah Grupp traveled to Costa Rica for eight days in May for Beyond Sports' Fourth Annual Costa Rica Women's Soccer Tour.
Abigail Boyce of the Oswego State women's track and field was named to the Division III All-Academic list by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). Boyce has received praise for her outstanding performance on the track as well as in the classroom. She joins the rest of her teammates, as the entire squad was regonized on the list of Scholar Teams of the Year.
The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWCLA) and Zag Sports has named two Oswego State athletes to its annual Division III Academic Honor Roll list. The IWLCA has also recognized the entire squad as one of 276 teams on its Academic Merit Squad list. Recipients of this recognition must post a cumulative team GPA of 3.0 or higher for the entire academic year.
The second-seeded Oswego State baseball team finished in third place at the NCAA Championship New England Regional following a 7-1 loss to No. 3 Tufts University on Saturday at Eastern Connecticut State University's Eastern Stadium. Oswego - the nation's seventh ranked team - wraps the year with a program-record 35 wins compared to just 11 losses. The Lakers made their second-straight NCAA Division III Championship this season and the program's fifth overall appearance, going 3-2 in the regional, earning its first NCAA postseason victory since a 21-20 triumph over Ohio Northern University in 1984.