Oswego State baseball player Ryan Enos was selected to the 2019 Google Cloud Academic All-America First Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America, as announced by CoSIDA on June 4.

The sophomore third baseman from Oriskany became the second Oswego State athlete to ever garner the accolade, joining fellow baseball player Dan Saccocio (2015). Despite his standing as a sophomore for NCAA eligibility, Enos has completed enough credits to qualify as a junior academically and boasts a 4.00 grade-point average, according to the Oswego State athletic website.

Enos, a wellness management major, is one of 33 NCAA Division III baseball to be selected as an Academic All-American and of the 11 players chosen for the first team, he is one of just eight that has maintained a GPA of 4.00.

Enos also received recognition on two All-Region teams, made the All-SUNYAC first team, and was named the Most Valuable Player of the SUNYAC Championship for his role in the Lakers’ title victory. He led Oswego in batting average (.356), hits (58), doubles (14), total bases (89) and runs scored (47), and finished in the top five among SUNYAC players for 13 different stat categories.

Enos highlighted several Oswego State standouts that recently received postseason awards.

He was also one of five Oswego State baseball players that were honored when All-Region teams were announced by the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings and D3baseball.com on May 29.

Enos was a unanimous All-NY Second Team selection while Lukas Olsson and Mike Dellicarri were each chosen to the third team by both outlets. Seniors Nick DeMarco and Brandon Nicholson were each named to the ABCA/Rawlings second team and the D3baseball.com third team.

Oswego State men’s basketball coach Jason Leone was named the Basketball Coaches Association of New York (BCANY) Division III Coach of the Year on May 28.

Leone, who led the Lakers (24-6 overall) to the NCAA Division III Sweet 16 in March, garnered the award for the third time in his eight seasons at Oswego.

Oswego senior Tyler Pierre was also honored with a selection to the BCANY All-Upstate Team. The 6-foot-6 center ranked fifth in all of Division III with a 66.8 field goal percentage and posted averages of 13.4 and 7.6 rebounds while starting all 30 games last season.

The Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association named three Oswego State players to its All-Empire Region team on May 20.

Danielle Walker was chosen to the first team while Brigid Regin and Teresa Shattuck each received a second-team selection.

Walker, a senior from Baldwinsville, finished with 63 ground balls and caused 51 turnovers, and was also named the SUNYAC Defensive Athlete of the Year along while securing a spot on the All-SUNYAC First Team.

Regin ranked second on the Lakers in goals (38), assists (16), points (54), game-winning goals (3) and won 50 draw controls. She was also named to the All-SUNYAC First Team.

Shattuck was named All-Empire for the fourth straight year after the senior attacker established a program for career points (333). She tallied 64 assists as a senior to finish with 227 for her career, which also marks a program record. She was named to the All-SUNYAC First Team and was the recipient of the Oswego State 2019 Outstanding Female Senior Athlete Award.

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