Onondaga C.C. Men's Lacrosse receives Championship Rings, names field after Chuck Wilbur
There may not be a better sports story in Central New York than the Onondaga Community College men's lacrosse program.
Head coach Chuck Wilbur has created a powerhouse on the Onondaga Hill. In his 17 seasons as head coach of the program, the Lazers have won 10 NJCAA National Championships.
That includes last season's riveting 15-14 finish between the Lazers and Howard Community College.
On Saturday, Wilbur and the team held a ring ceremony to celebrate last season's incredible accomplishment.
"Besides winning that day, this is the second-best day of the year for us," Wilbur responded. "It's always fun seeing the alumni come back and being a part of it. It's a big family. It's been growing and growing over the years, and it's always good to see everyone. What a good day to have the alumni come back and watch last year's team celebrate their championship."
The day began with an alumni game, then followed with a National Championship ring ceremony.
Additionally, the turf field at OCC was renamed to "Chuck Wilbur Field".