Jessica Matott is a sophomore biology major from Potsdam, N.Y. During the men’s ice hockey games, you will probably see her sitting in the press box, calling out stats. Her job is to watch what happens on the ice and tell someone at a computer, so they can type it up for people to get live stats.
She knew Oswego was the school she wanted to go to as soon as she saw it. “I came to Oswego because I fell in love with campus the second I stepped onto it,” she says.
Jess is an all-around fan of sports. “My favorite part about Oswego is definitely working at the hockey games. I love the atmosphere and obviously hockey in general. I can’t say I do much around campus, if I’m not in class or science lab, I’m usually at some sort of athletic facility working.”
When Jess does get a break from being around sports, she likes to hang out with her friends or go to the gym.
Although she’ll miss Oswego when she leaves, she does have one memory that will never leave her. It is when she had to work at the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Championship last season when Oswego defeated rival Plattsburgh by a score of 4-0.
After college, she has a dream of opening her own massage therapy and physical therapy business in Maine.