Posts Tagged ‘NJCAA’

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.

Milestones

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

OCC shooting guard Tyler Sullivan joined the 1000-point club today during the Lazers win over Corning Community College. He finished with a game-high 36 points and 10 assists.

Eureka Moments

Monday, December 11th, 2017

SUNY OCC Sophomore Sydni Eure led the team with 19 points in a 75-68 victory over SUNY Adirondack on Sunday. She also tied a school record by snatching 21 rebounds. The Lady Lazers record is now 10-2.

New Coach, New Backcourt: No Problem

Monday, March 6th, 2017
Coach Erik Saroney

Coach Erik Saroney

The season is over, but not the accolades. Coach Erik Saroney (above) led SUNY OCC to a 28-5 record and was named NJCAA Region III Coach of the Year.

Tyler Sullivan and his backcourt mate Quantae Elijah (both freshmen) also received post-season awards. Sullivan was injured in Saturday’s victory over Corning Community College, but unable to play in Sunday’s loss to Herkimer Community College.

Ty and Tae…Coming at You All Day

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017
Tyler Sullivan

Tyler Sullivan

Who knew Henninger and Liverpool could blend so well.

It has been fun to watch the progressive chemistry between the SUNY OCC duo of Quantae Elijah (Henninger) and Tyler Sullivan (Liverpool). These days they go together like beans and cornbread.

The game narrative goes something like this: Sullivan swishes from deep (as well as getting to the line often) while Elijah plays ball hawk on the opposing point guard and keeps pressure on the defense by constantly driving to the bucket.

Last night, the freshman guards combined for 43 points in the teams 97-95 victory over Hudson Valley Community College. Four other players also finished in double figures.

The OCC backcourt logged a lot of minutes for coach Erik Saroney (40 minutes for Sullivan and 34 for Elijah), but the victory and rest will be short-lived; their next game will be a NJCAA regional game on Saturday.

Quantae Elijah

Quantae Elijah