OSWEGO — Megan Teachout scored two goals as the Oswego State women’s hockey team topped William Smith 4-1 in an exhibition matchup Saturday at Marano Campus Center Arena.

Eryn Stewart and Annika Neufeld-Kreider each chipped in a goal for the Lakers. Amber Thomas, Bailey Thomas, Kyleigh Grugin, Natalie Giglio, and Madison Byrne had an assist apiece.

After William Smith’s Mia LaPlante netted a first-period goal, Stewart tied it at 13:53 of the middle stanza. Teachout scored at 4:50 of the third period to put the Lakers ahead to stay. Teachout and Neufeld-Kreider scored late in the game to seal Oswego State’s victory.

Goaltenders Rachael Farmer and Tia Trovato combined to make 19 saves for the Lakers. Olivia Williams had 29 saves for William Smith.

The Lakers kick off their regular season with a weekend series at Castleton University on Friday and Saturday.

MEN’S HOCKEY

Oswego State 4, Nazareth College 3 (exh.): The Oswego State men’s hockey team edged Nazareth College 4-3 in its final exhibition game of the season on Saturday.

Joseph Molinaro notched a short-handed goal for the Lakers, while Jody Sullivan, Travis Broughman, and Tyler Currie each had a goal. Molinaro, Sullivan, Colton Fletcher, and Tyler Antonucci provided an assist apiece.

The Golden Flyers got a power-play goal from Ray Falso, and a goal each from Cole Moore and Brian Miller. Justin Miller, Falso, Zander Pryo, and Mitch Culver each had an assist.

David Richer, Cedric Hansen, and Steve Kozikoski compiled 18 saves in the net for the Lakers. For Nazareth, Michael Tilford and Sean Kuhn combined for 31 saves.

Oswego State’s regular-season home opener is at 7 p.m. Friday against Cortland.

MEN’S SOCCER

Buffalo State 2, Oswego State 0: The Oswego State men’s soccer team fell 2-0 to host Buffalo State in the Lakers’ regular-season finale on Saturday.

The Lakers (4-4-1 SUNY Athletic Conference, 9-7-1 overall) will be the fifth seed in the SUNY Athletic Conference playoffs. They will play Saturday at fourth-seeded Cortland at 1 p.m. in the opening round of the tournament.

The Bengals scored both of their goals in the first half. Josh Beshaw scored his goal at 5:28, and Saleman Salim found the back of the net at 33:51. Salim and Badi Smith each provided an assist.

Brian Terra stopped seven shots in net for the Lakers. Andreas Queen made six saves for the Bengals.

Buffalo State (6-3-0 SUNYAC, 13-3-0 overall) outshot Oswego State, 18-13.

Fredonia 1, Oswego State 0: Fredonia’s Matt Belardi netted the game-winning goal 2:43 into overtime to hand the Oswego State men’s soccer team a 1-0 loss on Friday.

Cole Teelin assisted on Belardi’s goal. Goalkeepers Brian Terra of the Lakers and Ty Bentham of the Blue Devils each recorded five saves.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Oswego State 2, Buffalo State 0: Lynsey Roth scored two goals in the Oswego State women’s soccer team’s 2-0 win over Buffalo State Saturday.

Katharine Balog helped out with an assist on one of Roth’s goals. Sophia Portalatin chalked up eight saves in net for the Lakers. Isabella Vene stopped four shots for the Bengals (3-5-0 SUNYAC, 6-10-1 overall).

Buffalo State outshot Oswego State 20-8, and had a 14-1 advantage on corner kicks.

The Lakers finished their season with a 3-13 overall record and a 1-7 mark in the SUNY Athletic Conference.

Fredonia 2, Oswego State 1: On Friday, Oswego State lost 2-1 to Fredonia.

The Lakers took a 1-0 lead at 5:03 in the first half when Maggie Riordan scored from Graisa Madden.

At 34:13, the Blue Devils tied the score on a goal from Sophie Richiusa. Sydney Tanner chipped in an assist.

Fredonia took the lead for good at 46:45 in the second half when Nina Doyle found the back of the net. Gabby Alston contributed an assist.

Oswego State goalkeeper Sophia Portalatin made eight saves. Sabrina Suriani had three saves for Fredonia. 

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