Brian Young Named Head Coach April 27, 2014
April 27 2014
Starting at the beginning of the 2014-2015 season, ex-Assistant Coach and Regional Scout Brian Young will take over as Head Coach of the Oswego State Lakers.
Coach Brian Young is an Oswego State Alumnus and has been the Head Coach of the Churchville-Chili Varsity High School team previous to accepting the position with the Lakers. As well as being a head coach, Coach Young was an Assistant Coach the past two seasons at Oswego, traveling to any games he was able to, due to his other commitments. Young has been acting as a regional scout for the team and has been in contact with many prospective players who inquire about the program. The program and players are very excited for the opportunity to work with Young.
2014-2015 Schedule Released September 3, 2014
September 3 2014
The 2014-2015 campaign for the Oswego State Lakers begins in Baldwinsville against Duquesne University on September 20th. Robert Morris University comes for the Lakers home opener at the newly named Marano Campus Center for a night game on October 3rd. Some highlights of the schedule include Mercyhurst coming to Oswego for the Laker Cup, A weekend in late October at St. Bonaventure, entering spring semester at Slippery Rock University, And ending with an afternoon game against Ithaca at home. After that comes the NECHL Playoffs if the team qualifies to make it. With a new coach and a majority of returning players, the Lakers are looking forward to their schedule and September 20th couldn't come any sooner.
To see the entire 2014-2015 schedule click the link under "SCHEDULE" or click here.
Lakers Sweep St. Bonaventure October 27, 2014
October 27 2014
The Lakers went on a road trip to St. Bonaventure University.
Following a trip to Buffalo, Oswego made it's way down to St. Bonaventure University to play back to back games against the Bonnies. Jimmy Albright backstopped a Lakers 5-1 win improving to a 2-0 record. Nick Epping opened the scoring giving the Lakers early in the first period. Keegan Storjohann, Marc Weyl and Richie Santini added goals in the first giving the Lakers a 4-0 lead after the first period. Nick Winters put the Lakers up 5-0 in the second, but they would finish the game 5-1 as St. Bonaventure broke Albright's shutout bid by scoring in the second.
With Dylan Niewiemski in net for the Sunday afternoon game, the Lakers took an early penalty with 14:00 left in the first period. After killing off the penalty, Teris Wright put the Lakers ahead with an assist coming from Connor Hoyng. Late in the first period, one of the Bonnies' players covered the puck inside his own crease, and Richie Santini was awarded a penalty shot. Although Santini missed wide, Mike Layman cashed in a goal with Austin Frost recording an assist. Santini would make his mark in the second period, putting the Lakers up 3-0 with Mike Henry and Keegan Storjohann recording the assists. With 19 seconds remaining in the second period, St. Bonaventure scores what would be their only goal of the night. Unsuccessful on another Lakers powerplay, Ethan Waite scores his first goal as a Laker with an assists from Teris Wright and Mike Layman. The game would end 4-1 as Niewiemski would take home the W.
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