OSWEGO — The Oswego State women’s hockey team hosts Hamilton College today at 7 p.m. for Pride Night at the Marano Campus Center Arena.
The Pride Night theme for Oswego State showcases the student-run organization, the SUNY Oswego Pride Alliance.
The organization will be raffling off a hockey stick during the game. All proceeds will go to the You Can Play Project, which works to ensure the safety and inclusion of all in sports, including LGBTQ athletes, coaches and fans.
The Lakers (9-4-3) are coming off a couple of overtime ties on the road against Cortland (2-2) and Potsdam (3-3) this past weekend.
Between the matchups against the Dragons and Bears, Megan Teachout scored two goals, and Morgan Shines, Eryn Stewart and Amber Thomas had a goal apiece.
The last time Oswego State and Hamilton (9-6) faced each other was on Dec. 7, 2018. The Lakers lost 3-1 in that game, with Eryn Stewart notching the lone goal of the game. Sara Cruise provided an assist, and Cassie Shokar made 36 saves in net. Farmer made a total of 50 saves over the weekend.
The Lakers and Continentals have met 25 times in the past 30 years. Hamilton has a 13-11-1 record against Oswego State, winning the last three matchups and six of the last eight games.
Hamilton is on a three-game win streak, and has won five of its last six games. The team defeated Utica College 6-0 last Tuesday, and won 5-2 over Trinity on Jan. 18.
Teachout leads the Lakers on offense with 20 points (9 goals, 11 assists). Stewart is second with 19 points (6 goals, 13 assists), and Thomas is third with 15 (6 goals, 9 assists). Shines is second on the team in goals with seven.
Between the pipes, Farmer has an 8-4-3 record with a 2.36 goals-against average, a .906 save percentage and one shutout.
Michaela Giutarri has the most points for Hamilton with 17 (5 goals, 12 assists). Missy Segall is second with 13 (5 goals, 8 assists), and Kate Piacenza is third with 12 (6 goals, 6 assists). Nancy Loh is fourth with 11 (6 goals, 5 assists).
Gabrielle Venne, Sidney Molnar and Sammy Johnson have split time in net for the Continentals. Venne is 3-4 with a 2.88 goals-against average and a .881 save percentage; Molnar has a 3-1 mark with a 2.06 goals-against average and a .913 save percentage; and Johnson is 3-1 with a 1.26 goals-against average and a .928 save percentage.
Following its matchup against the Continentals, Oswego State welcomes Morrisville State and Potsdam to town on Friday and Saturday, respectively.