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  • #61
    Originally posted by OZFEST View Post

    Good catch. Like I said the Oswego Athletic site is not up to date; as a matter of fact, it says 0.
    Oswego has no SID.
    Russell Jaslow
    [Former] SUNYAC Correspondent
    U.S. College Hockey Online

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    • #62
      Originally posted by Russell Jaslow View Post

      Oswego has no SID.
      Calling Prez to the rescue????

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      • #63
        Originally posted by bakdraft21 View Post

        Calling Prez to the rescue????
        Prez is making way more money where he is now. And probably less stress...
        Russell Jaslow
        [Former] SUNYAC Correspondent
        U.S. College Hockey Online

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        • #64
          Originally posted by Russell Jaslow View Post

          Prez is making way more money where he is now. And probably less stress...
          Backdraft, I appreciate the kind words. The SID/Athletic Comm. profession will always have a piece of my heart, but as Russell alludes to, I don’t see myself going back any time soon unless something drastic changes.

          The profession as a whole is treated very poorly with low wages, terrible hours and rarely a seat at the table to help “fix” or come up with solutions to make the situation better. Usually, especially at the D2 and D3 level it also comes with more and more responsibilities and expectations every year as well.

          I love Oswego and always enjoy catching up with Eddie from time to time, but sadly Oswego’s SID situation continues to be neglected. I’ve kept my eye on it for the last decade. But they still don’t have a full-time assistant and it’s still one of the lowest or lowest paid position in the SUNYAC. In 2023 nearly every school has at least 2 people in the office, not to mention a school with 24 sports.

          Hopefully they’ll make some adjustments to the position in the near future and they’ll be able to attract and retain better talent.

          I have very much enjoyed my transition to the high school AD level. It has also had its challenges and stress, but overall every day even with my hardest days I look back and say I’m glad I was able to leave the Sid profession.

          And yes, the money difference was definitely a big factor as well!

          I’ve been able to keep my toes in the Sid world on my own control though the last 2 years. I’ve helped MIT, Endicott and the NEWMAC Conference with some work that I’ve enjoyed doing when it’s suited my schedule.
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          • #65
            Originally posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post

            Backdraft, I appreciate the kind words. The SID/Athletic Comm. profession will always have a piece of my heart, but as Russell alludes to, I don’t see myself going back any time soon unless something drastic changes.

            The profession as a whole is treated very poorly with low wages, terrible hours and rarely a seat at the table to help “fix” or come up with solutions to make the situation better. Usually, especially at the D2 and D3 level it also comes with more and more responsibilities and expectations every year as well.

            I love Oswego and always enjoy catching up with Eddie from time to time, but sadly Oswego’s SID situation continues to be neglected. I’ve kept my eye on it for the last decade. But they still don’t have a full-time assistant and it’s still one of the lowest or lowest paid position in the SUNYAC. In 2023 nearly every school has at least 2 people in the office, not to mention a school with 24 sports.

            Hopefully they’ll make some adjustments to the position in the near future and they’ll be able to attract and retain better talent.

            I have very much enjoyed my transition to the high school AD level. It has also had its challenges and stress, but overall every day even with my hardest days I look back and say I’m glad I was able to leave the Sid profession.

            And yes, the money difference was definitely a big factor as well!

            I’ve been able to keep my toes in the Sid world on my own control though the last 2 years. I’ve helped MIT, Endicott and the NEWMAC Conference with some work that I’ve enjoyed doing when it’s suited my schedule.
            Ok Prez I hear ya, good to hear all is well on the HS AD level and maybe a college job will open up that you may like as well...Go Lakers and Cadets!!!!!! p.s my dad Norwich 55' is still going strong at almost 93!!!

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            • #66
              Originally posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post

              Backdraft, I appreciate the kind words. The SID/Athletic Comm. profession will always have a piece of my heart, but as Russell alludes to, I don’t see myself going back any time soon unless something drastic changes.

              The profession as a whole is treated very poorly with low wages, terrible hours and rarely a seat at the table to help “fix” or come up with solutions to make the situation better. Usually, especially at the D2 and D3 level it also comes with more and more responsibilities and expectations every year as well.

              I love Oswego and always enjoy catching up with Eddie from time to time, but sadly Oswego’s SID situation continues to be neglected. I’ve kept my eye on it for the last decade. But they still don’t have a full-time assistant and it’s still one of the lowest or lowest paid position in the SUNYAC. In 2023 nearly every school has at least 2 people in the office, not to mention a school with 24 sports.

              Hopefully they’ll make some adjustments to the position in the near future and they’ll be able to attract and retain better talent.

              I have very much enjoyed my transition to the high school AD level. It has also had its challenges and stress, but overall every day even with my hardest days I look back and say I’m glad I was able to leave the Sid profession.

              And yes, the money difference was definitely a big factor as well!

              I’ve been able to keep my toes in the Sid world on my own control though the last 2 years. I’ve helped MIT, Endicott and the NEWMAC Conference with some work that I’ve enjoyed doing when it’s suited my schedule.
              I interviewed for the SID job at Oswego around 15 years ago. I was doing my Master’s and looking to cut my teeth in the profession of Sports Information. I loved many facets of it, but I am glad it didn’t work out. I remember the crazy hours I had as an assistant SID and multiply it by 4. It is definitely a job that doesn’t receive enough support. That is probably the reason why there is so much movement. When I applied I thought the pay was decent (I had several interviews and Oswego actually paid the best) but the amount of work compared to other SID positions on other campuses is crazy, making the job not attractive.

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              • #67
                [QUOTE=PrezdeJohnson09;n3838891]

                USCHO never used to publish a PWR until about January until recently, and with good reason.

                It's utterly meaningless at this point.

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                • #68
                  [QUOTE=Fishman'81;n3839289]
                  Originally posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post

                  USCHO never used to publish a PWR until about January until recently, and with good reason.

                  It's utterly meaningless at this point.
                  ??????????

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by Fishman'81 View Post

                    USCHO never used to publish a PWR until about January until recently, and with good reason.

                    It's utterly meaningless at this point.
                    That is true. Then College Hockey News started publishing theirs in the first week of the season, and USCHO felt pressured (re: clicks) to publish theirs in the first week as well.
                    Russell Jaslow
                    [Former] SUNYAC Correspondent
                    U.S. College Hockey Online

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                    • #70
                      Dominant win tonight on the road. Those wednesday away games are always trap games and its good to see the lakers avoid that by putting up 71 shots!!! Lets hope Cals injury doesn't last too long, we got Geneseo, Elmira, Utica, and Pl*******h coming up the next 3 weeks. While Milberg is a solid option for the Fredonias and Morrisvilles of the world, I'm not yet sold on him for the big games
                      Oswego 22' and 23' Student Section Leader 2022-2024. If you heard a weird or offensive chant during an Oswego Hockey Broadcast during that time... odds are my friend Tim and I started it.

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                      • #71
                        Have I missed something? Looked at two different schedules and there are no Potsdam games. Am I blind or something going on?

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by skipperbob View Post
                          Have I missed something? Looked at two different schedules and there are no Potsdam games. Am I blind or something going on?
                          I don't know what schedules you were looking at, but Potsdam was the first SUNYAC school to post their schedule. It's right on their website.
                          Russell Jaslow
                          [Former] SUNYAC Correspondent
                          U.S. College Hockey Online

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by skipperbob View Post
                            Have I missed something? Looked at two different schedules and there are no Potsdam games. Am I blind or something going on?
                            Not sure but we play in Potsdam dec 1 and at Oz Feb 9

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by Lord_Zubin View Post
                              Dominant win tonight on the road. Those wednesday away games are always trap games and it's good to see the lakers avoid that by putting up 71 shots!!! Let's missed game lstnighthope Cals injury doesn't last too long, we got Geneseo, Elmira, Utica, and Pl*******h coming up the next 3 weeks. While Milberg is a solid option for the Fredonias and Morrisvilles of the world, I'm not yet sold on him for the big games
                              Missed game last night,looks like a solid win with some good PP and Pk maybe that will get us going.....Schell injury??? are we talking cramps again?? and I have no idea on Milberg???

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by bakdraft21 View Post

                                Missed game last night,looks like a solid win with some good PP and Pk maybe that will get us going.....Schell injury??? are we talking cramps again?? and I have no idea on Milberg???
                                Oh no cal did something to his back he couldn't even sit up straight he had to lay on his back and then he got carried off by his team mates. It was another situation where the puck was sitting in the blue paint 3 inches from the net and all hell broke loose.
                                Oswego 22' and 23' Student Section Leader 2022-2024. If you heard a weird or offensive chant during an Oswego Hockey Broadcast during that time... odds are my friend Tim and I started it.

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