After the conclusion of the
fall athletic seasons, SUNY Athletic Conference commissioner Patrick Damore
released the annual all-conference awards for men’s soccer, women’s soccer and
A half dozen Oswego State
student-athletes received recognition. Felipe Cavalcanti ’10 was named to the men’s
soccer All-SUNYAC Second Team, while Chris
Carra ’10 and Bryan Pacchiana ’12
were named to the third team. In field
hockey, Brittany Roetzer ’11 was
selected to the All-SUNYAC First Team and Michelle
Racioppo ’10 was chosen for the second team. Michelle
Bateman ’13 was recognized on the Women’s Soccer All-SUNYAC Third Team.
Cavalcanti led the Lakers in
scoring with six goals for 12 points in 15 games this season. The
co-captain was named to the All-SUNYAC Third Team in 2008. Fellow captain Carra, a midfielder, started
in all 17 games, recording four points on one goal and two assists. Pacchiana
was a constant for the defensive unit, as he started every game this season as
Field hockey forward Roetzer
started in each of the 14 games she appeared in this season for the
Lakers. She was the squad’s second-leading scorer with 14 points on six
goals and two assists. Three-year
captain Racioppo, who started in 13 games, was a pivotal player in the Oswego State
transition and helped anchor a defense that allowed 31 goals.
Bateman led the Laker
women’s soccer team in scoring this season with 37 points on 16 goals, including
five game-winning scores and five assists. Her 16 goals tied for fifth
place on the single-season goals list while her 37 points ranked sixth on the
single-season points list. In conference
play, Bateman tallied five goals and two assists.
— Adele Burk
left, Brittany Roetzer ’11, Michelle Bateman
’13 and Felipe
Cavalcanti ’10 are three of the six Lakers named to All-SUNYAC teams.
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