The Geneseo women's basketball team finished the game on a 26-6 run over the final five minutes to post a come-from-behind win over the host Oswego Lakers (11-12/6-10 SUNYAC), 67-52. Geneseo scored 43 points in the second half, holding the Lakers to just 23 points in the second stanza, after trailing 29-24 at the intermission. Junior Melissa Graham hit 3-5 from the field, 2-3 from the arc and all four free throws for 12 points and senior Bri Dunton made all five of her foul shots on the way to 12 points to pace Geneseo. First year Shannon McGinnis made 5-8 from the floor on the way to 11 points with 10 rebounds and senior Katelyn Charbonneau added 11 points. Senior Meghan Prue collected eight points and six boards and sophomore Lea Sobieraski grabbed eight caroms. The Blue Knights trailed 26-11 with 6:17 left in the first half, before closing the half with a 13-3 spurt and outscored Oswego 21-9 over the initial 11 minutes of the second half to lead 45-38. Oswego used an 8-3 burst to cut the lead to two with 5:40 to go before Geneseo took command. The Blue Knights move to 14-9 overall and 9-7 in SUNYAC and host Potsdam on Friday at 6 p.m.
The #16 Oswego Lakers (20-3/16-0 SUNYAC) hit 68% from the field in the second half to earn a 67-56 victory over the visiting Geneseo men's basketball team and remain unbeaten in SUNYAC play. Geneseo jumped out to an early ten-point lead by holding the Lakers to just six points in the opening 12 minutes. Oswego closed the half with an 18-5 outburst to take a 24-21 lead at intermission and held their largest lead of the game at 52-38 with 9:04 to play in the game. First year Gordon Lyons scored 16 points with nine rebounds to lead Geneseo. Sophomore Matt Curry scored 11 points, sophomore Jordan Jones netted all 10 of his points in the opening six minutes and sophomore Thomas Decker added nine points. Geneseo falls to 11-12 overall and 9-7 in SUNYAC and hosts Potsdam on Friday at 6 p.m.