Oswego State and SUNY Geneseo men’s basketball are set to square off for the third time this season in the SUNYAC Championship First Round. Winner of this game will advance to the SUNYAC Championships Final, hosted by No. 1 Plattsburgh State and will play the Cardinals in the semifinal matchup. Lakers have won both games against Geneseo this season, but both easily could have gone in the other outcome.
Oswego State men’s basketball on Saturday afternoon took down SUNY Geneseo 65-58 in the regular season finale at Max Ziel Gymnasium. Prior to the game, the Lakers honored their four seniors Jamir Ferebee, Ian Schupp, Josh Ivey and Louis Avellino. It was a senior effort, as they combined to score more than half the Lakers’ point total. “We try to make it as best we can as a tribute to our seniors,” Leone said. “I tell the guys, make it about a basketball game.
Oswego State men’s basketball in a tough battle at Max Ziel Gymnasium on Friday night lost to The College at Brockport 69-67. The Lakers dropped to 12-12 overall and 9-8 in SUNYAC. With the loss, they miss out on potentially hosting a SUNYAC First Round playoff game and will be the No. 5 seed for the conference postseason. The Lakers never had a lead in the game as Brockport went off to a quick start. They only managed 23 points on 9-36 shooting despite grabbing 12 offensive boards in the first half.
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