OSWEGO — The Oswego State baseball team has announced its 2020 schedule. The schedule features 30 regular-season games, 12 of which are doubleheaders. Of those 30 total games, 13 will be played at home on Laker Baseball Field.
Oswego State kicks off its season with a weekend trip to Berea, Ohio. The Lakers face Heidelberg on Feb. 22, and then back-to-back games against Baldwin Wallace and La Roche on Feb. 23.
The following weekend, the Lakers head to Dover, Delaware Feb. 29 for a doubleheader against Wesley. Then on March 1, the Lakers go to Maryland to take on Salisbury.
During the weekend of March 7-8, Oswego State travels to Glenside, Pennsylvania to go up against Salve Regina once and Arcardia twice.
The Lakers’ annual spring break trip will be held in Lexington, South Carolina. The spring break schedules includes a doubleheader against Trinity on March 14; a doubleheader against Case Western March 15; matchups against Endicott (March 17 + 19) and Western New England (March 18); and a doubleheader versus Southern Maine.
The Lakers begin SUNY Athletic Conference play with a double dip at Oneonta March 27-28.
The rest of the SUNYAC matchups this season for the Lakers are a three-game home series against Brockport (April 3-4); a three-game home series versus Cortland April 10-11; at Fredonia for a three-game set (April 17-18); at New Paltz for a three-game showdown (April 24-25); and a three-game series at Plattsburgh (May 1-2).
Oswego State starts off the month of April with a game against St. John Fisher in Rochester. Other non-conference matchups for Oswego State include a doubleheader at Clarkson (April 7); a home double dip against St. John Fisher (April 14); and home games against the University of Rochester (April 15) and the Rochester Institute of Technology (April 15).
The SUNYAC Tournament is slated for May 7-9. The highest seed hosts the tournament.
Oswego State is coming off of a 2019 campaign in which they compiled a 29-14 record, captured the SUNYAC crown and qualified for the NCAA Tournament.
The Lakers are seeking their fourth-straight SUNYAC championship title and sixth-consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament this season.