This past weekend Geneseo played host to one of the most bizarre thrilling games in SUNYAC hockey history. Wilson Ice Arena was the sight for this years SUNYAC Championship game and the much-anticipated matchup between Oswego State and Geneseo did not disappoint. The Knights of Geneseo battled back from a 5-1 deficit only to eventually fall to the Lakers by a final score of 7-6 after the puck tipped off the stick of Oswego State’s Shawn Hulshof with 28.7 seconds left to go in the 3rd period. Oswego started off the scoring taking an early 2-0 lead in the 1st period before Geneseo was able to close the gap to 2-1 within the final minutes of the period. Oswego opened up their lead to 5-1 during the 2nd period before Geneseo went on a 4-o goal run to tie the game up at 5 in the 3rd. The teams went back and forth throughout the entire combining for 13 goals in the game. Matt Zawadski the freshmen goaltender for Oswego was on the winning side in this past weekend’s championship contest. The Lakers next stop is back home in the Campus Center Ice Arena where they will play host to the Bowdoin Polar Bears who won the NESCAC conference over the weekend after beating the two seed Amherst 3-2 in double overtime. The first round NCAA tournament game will be broadcast live by WTOP Wednesday night starting at 6:30 pm with the pregame and puck drop at 7 PM.