NEW PALTZ — Liam Sanborn scored 22 points as the Oswego State men’s basketball team beat New Paltz, 84-59, in a SUNY Athletic Conference matchup.
The Lakers (10-2, 4-1 SUNYAC) led 46-25 at the half. In the second half, Oswego State went on a balanced 38-34 run on its way to the victory.
Jeremiah Sparks chipped in 17 points for the Lakers. Joe Sullivan added 12 points, and Brandan Gartland contributed 10 points.
For the Hawks (4-7, 0-4 SUNYAC), Tristan Wissemann had 17 points. Scott Reisert provided 12 points, while Jake Passaretti scored 11 points.
Oswego State welcomes Cortland to town this Saturday. Tip-off is scheduled for 4 p.m.
Oswego State 3, Nazareth 1: The Oswego State men’s hockey team beat Nazareth 3-1 to end its four-game losing streak.
Travis Broughman, Anthony Passero and Josh Zizek each notched a goal for the Lakers (8-7). Tanner Spink provided two assists, and Zizek, Max Novick, Broughman and Mitch Emerson all helped out with an assist. Goaltender David Richer made 24 saves.
For the Golden Flyers (7-5-2), Cole Moore netted their lone goal of the game. Casey Kubara had an assist. Michael Tilford stopped 29 shots between the pipes.
Broughman scored his goal at 5:41 in the second period to give the Lakers a 1-0 lead. Then at 8:03, Moore netted his goal on the power play to tie the game at 1-1.
Passero and Zizek scored their goals at 12:08 and 18:40 in the second, respectively, to round out Oswego State’s scoring.
The Lakers’ next game is at Cortland on Friday, Jan. 24. Puck drops at 7 p.m.
New Paltz 82, Oswego State 36: The New Paltz women’s basketball team handed Oswego State an 82-36 loss in SUNY Athletic Conference action.
The Hawks (9-2, 4-0 SUNYAC) had a 40-17 lead at the break and continued to build on to the score in the second half.
Sydni Eure finished with nine points for the Lakers (6-5, 2-3 SUNYAC). Taylor Torchia racked up seven points, three steals and five rebounds. Morgan Wolanin and Raiven Encarnacion each scored five points, with Wolanin also chipping in six rebounds.
Marion Dietz tossed in 13 points for the Hawks. Maddie Van Pelt, Lexi Van Vorst and Maddie Gillis all scored 12 points. Olivia Badura contributed 10 points.
Oswego State hosts Cortland this Saturday at 2 p.m.