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MEN’S BASKETBALL: Lakers Add Two SUNYAC Wins To Win Streak

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OSWEGO, NY – One thing has been certain this year in Max Ziel Gymnasium. That thing is the utter dominance of the Oswego State Lakers’ on the court. The Lakers took down the No.2 and No.3 teams in the SUNYAC this weekend. They romped the Oneonta Red Dragons by a final score of 86-58, and proceeded to clip the New Paltz Hawks’ wings in an 82-53 rout.

Dragon Slaying, Part 2

After the Women’s team took down the Dragons 49-46 earlier in the Max Ziel gymnasium, the Lakers looked to do the same. It wouldn’t end up nearly as close to the earlier game, however, as the Lakers slayed the dragon and had a celebratory feast on the court in an 86-58 domination of the Dragons.

Jeremiah Sparks led the Lakers with 20 points, going 8/15 in field goals while contributing 6 rebounds. Christian Simmons had a big day, scoring 16 points in just 13 minutes. Devin Green brought down 9 defensive rebounds, while going 4/6 from the field. The team as a whole put up 47 rebounds overall in a stout performance at both ends of the court.

Dylan Trombley led the Red Dragons effort with 10 points on the day in a score-by-committee stats sheet from Oneonta. Sean Nolan grabbed 10 rebounds with and went 2/2 on free throws for the Dragons

Lakers Hammer Hawks

The New Paltz Hawks were the next team to roll into Max Ziel on Saturday night, and the Lakers once again thrashed a SUNYAC opponent with their offense. The Lakers cruised out to a 46-19 lead at the half on their way to an 82-53 final score.

On Saturday, the Lakers turned more towards a ‘score-by-committee’ approach on the floor. 14 Lakers put up at least a bucket in the matchup. Devin Green led the offensive attack with 13 points on the day, going 4/7 from the three point line. Kaleb Cook scored 11 points while going 4/4 from the field. Brendan Mulson pulled down 6 rebounds while contributing 8 points and 2 assists.

For New Paltz, Ryan Blondo led the way with 10 points as he shot 5/10 from the field. Isaiah Bien-Aise pulled down 6 rebounds while contributing 2 assists and 4 points.  Lucas Seyoum went 3/4 from the three point line in what was a quiet day for the Hawks offensively.

Jason Leone’s Lakers return next weekend in the Max Ziel Gymnasium as they take on the SUNY Potsdam Bears and the Plattsburgh State Cardinals. Tip off is at 7:30 on Friday February 4th against the Bears and at 4:00pm on Saturday against the Cardinals. You can find coverage for these games on WNYO over on Stream 2.

Written by: Jarrad Wakefield

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