Campus Recreation Report

Jessica Lalande (left) and Tyler Diaz (right) were crowned the open doubles pickleball champions.  (Photo provided by Campus Recreation)
Jessica Lalande (left) and Tyler Diaz (right) were crowned the open doubles pickleball champions. (Photo provided by Campus Recreation)

As students spring forward to the last stretch of the semester, Campus Recreation will be offering an array of fresh programs down to the wire.

Campus Recreation will hold its annual job recruitment fair on Tuesday from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Campus Center room 133.  Students can come and learn from current Campus Recreation employees about the details of all the job opportunities for the 2014-2015 school year.

Interested applicants are encouraged to bring their resume, cover letter and three references.  The references must include a name, title, relationship to student, email and phone number.  At least one of the references needs to be an Oswego State professional and students will be able to sign up for an interview at the end of the seminar.

In intramurals, online registration for the softball and flag football tournaments will be held on Tuesday. The captains’ meetings will be held in Campus Center room 133 for softball at 7 p.m. and flag football at 8 p.m.

The 3-on-3 basketball tournament along with the slam dunk and hot shot contest online registration deadline will be Wednesday.  On-site registration will be Thursday at Swetman Gymnasium from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The slam-dunk and hot shot contest will start at 7 p.m. and the 3-on-3 tournament will follow at 8 p.m.  Campus Recreation is offering a Ropes Course Challenge trip to Destiny USA in Syracuse on April 5 at 10 a.m. The cost of the trip will be $20 and transportation is provided. The ropes course challenge online registration deadline will be Thursday at Lee Hall.

Walking to Wellness will begin on Tuesday and continue through April 30. Register at Lee Hall before Friday.  Students and staff will receive a free pedometer to track their steps throughout the program.

In intramural sports, a few champions were crowned before spring break. In the new Pickleball League, Andy Falvey took home the singles crown after an undefeated regular season. In the open doubles division, team Bread and Butter, consisting of Tyler Diez and Jessica Lalande worked their way through the bracket to become the first doubles pickleball champions.

On the ice, the Crimson Panthers proved they were the top squad, notching the co-rec broomball crown.  In the men’s division, Derp Dynasty continued their dominance, earning their fifth straight championship in broomball.

In the women’s volleyball league, Sets in the City made a clean 9-0 sweep of Main Scoops to earn their intramural championship T-shirt.

Other intramural sports coming down to the wire include the indoor soccer and volleyball championships. Next week marks the start of the Intramural Dodgeball and European Team Handball Leagues.

For more information regarding all Campus Recreation news and events visit or call Lee Hall at (315) 312-3114.

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