Posts Tagged ‘NJCAA’

Week in Review

Saturday, May 4th, 2019

Lazer Nation Rising

Sunday, March 10th, 2019

Week in Review

Sunday, February 24th, 2019

SIF Game Report

Monday, January 28th, 2019

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Never Too Much . . . Once again the @occmenshoops squad delivered high drama in their 91-83 overtime win over @tc3_panthers. (Scores such as these are always closer than they appear). The SIF Co-Players of the Game were @ascrimale_15, who hit four of his six threes for 19 points, and @jaysaun_gunn, who logged heavy minutes and added 10 points. Ralands and Brinkley led OCC with 26 and 24 points respectively. The squad poured in 21 points in the extra session. Shout-out to Coach Saroney and his staff, who seem to take these nail-bitter/OT thrillers in stride. . . . #beentheredonethat #coolunderpressure #sifsports #coachingchessmatch #lazernation #njcaa #whatmeworry #tonyrocks #theyounggunnslinger

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New Lazers

Monday, January 28th, 2019

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New Lazers Show Up/Glow Up/Grow Up/Turn Up . . . There’s something about a road trip that transforms good teams into exceptional ones. Not sure what Coach Wheeler and his staff imparted into the team, but @onondagawbb have been playing possessed lately. We have been particularly been impressed with the first year players, who have been showing a level of tenacity, hustle and a sense of urgency we didn’t notice before the break. The young ladies have grown up since their Florida trip, and tonight’s 86-58 win over @tc3_panthers was more evidence to illustrate that they are not freshman any more. Also helps to have a few experienced sophomores to motivate them as well. . . . #intensity #ringchasers #sifsports #takeitupanotch #lazernation #njcaa #roadtrip #strechrun #top5 #playingforkeeps #whathappensinvegasstaysinvegas #whathappensinfloridahelpslongterm

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Week in Review

Sunday, December 2nd, 2018

Syquan Ralands powers to the hoop in Sunday’s game against Clinton Community College.

OCC Men’s Basketball freshman Syquan Ralands contributed big for the program’s two wins over the weekend. On Saturday he scored a team-high 24 points in a 69-63 win against North Country Community College (he also grabbed a team-high 15 rebounds). In Sunday’s 76-66  win against Clinton Community College he earned a double-double with 12 points and ten rebounds.

SIF Look Book

Saturday, December 1st, 2018

SRC Arena

Championship Bound

Monday, March 5th, 2018

OCC’s Twin Towers

The SUNY-OCC Women’s team defeated Columbia Green Community College Sunday 97-80. Sophomores Sam Britton (left) and Sydni Euri combined for 51 points, 24 rebounds, five steals and three assists. The team’s record improved to 26-6.  Soon they will travel to Rockford, IL for the NJCAA Div. II Championship.

Britton became the school’s all-time leading women’s scorer this season.

Week in Review

Sunday, March 4th, 2018

TB4

Friday, February 9th, 2018

Point guard Quantae Elijah (aka Tae Baker) drives for two of his 19 points during yesterday’s win over Broome County Community College. He also shot 3-for-6 from the three point line. OCC won 90-66.