Connor Lunduski was named tournament most valuable player after two assists in the opening game and a pair of goals with an assist on Sunday. Joining Lunduski on the All-Tournament Team were Jason Siracuse, Hassan Musa and Karebo Wilson.
Siracuse matched Lunduski's output in the game as well, notching two of the Lakers' goals to go along with an assist. Also scoring for Oswego were Caleb Asamoah, who's hat trick highlighted Saturday's triumph, Logan Sperano and Ben Slapelis.
Musa rounded out the Lakers' assists, tallying a game-high two.
Brian Terra played 78 minutes in net, stopping there saves to collect the win. For the second-straight day, Thomas Pupatelli assumed the role of closer, holding down the goal for the final 12 minutes.
Oswego outshot Canton 17-9 on the day, including 10-4 in shots on-goal. The Lakers also took three more corners than the Kangaroos (5-2).
Men's soccer will return to the pitch at 4 p.m. on Friday when it hosts St. Lawrence University at Laker Turf Stadium.
|Most Valuable Player||Connor Lunduski (Baldwinsville, N.Y.)||SUNY Oswego, Sr.|
|Jason Siracuse (Rochester, N.Y.)||SUNY Oswego, Jr.|
|Hassan Musa (Syracuse, N.Y.)||SUNY Oswego, Jr.|
|Karebo Wilson (Syracuse, N.Y.)||SUNY Oswego, Jr.|
|Erdous Lebron (San Juan, Puerto Rico)||SUNY Canton, Sr.|
|Nate Kepler (Carthage, N.Y.)||SUNY Canton, So.|
|Kyle Smith (Evans Mills, N.Y.)||SUNY Canton, Jr.|
|Dan Bernier (Poland, Maine)||UMaine Farmington, Sr.|
|Andrew Longhurst (Middletown, Del.)||UMaine Farmington, So.|
|Jimmy Thach (Phoenix, Ariz.)||Southern Vermont, Fr.|
|Sam Duchesneau (Rochester, N.H.)||Southern Vermont, Fr.|