Lifestyles Center Blog


Here’s what you may have missed over the weekend:

O-Mazing Race:

Despite the rain, 24 teams showed up to the event. The competition was heated as teams sought to compare timing of different events with different teams. On the Riggs volleyball courts, contestants raced against the clock as they army crawled through wet sand and mud. At one end they filled buckets with water; from here they would crawl back as fast as they could to fill up a bucket at the start. While some did multiple trips, others completed the task in one. On the obstacle course teams got to run up and down inflated slides, and compete through various obstacles. There was also a tire pull.

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Other info: team divisions were open (2 Man teams, man and woman teams) and women’s division. Teams got first, second, and third placing for their division. The event was ran through the fitness center


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Photo provided by: The Oswegonian

Women’s volleyball vs. Hamilton and Potsdam:

  • Beat Hamilton Continentals 3-2 – Very back-and-forth game, with both teams winning 2 sets (out of the 4 sets with the 5th being a tie breaker).
  • Beat SUNY Potsdam Bears 3-0 – One of Oswego’s team leaders and their sole senior (Stephanie Bailey) was treating an injury and was absent for this match, however , they still managed the win.
    • “ The second match started out as a tight one with the Lakers and Bears going back and forth for much of the first set.” Taken from The Oswegonian (author Matthew Moran)


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Photo provided by: The Oswegonian

Women’s Tennis vs. Utica:

SUNY Oswego won, 9-0

It was a clean sweep as each of the team’s members including the pairs won their matches. Both Alli Ullrich and junior Kelsey Wilson were competing in their first doubles match as starters.