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Samuel Randall, Men's Swimming & Diving

Samuel Randall, Men's Swimming & Diving

Male Athlete of the Week - March 13, 2017

Name: Samuel Randall
Class: Junior
Hometown: Pittsford, N.Y.
High School: Pittsford Sutherland
Sport: Men's Swimming & Diving
Major: Business Administration

Randall earned a pair of All-America honors at the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships, placing second in the one-meter dive (511.50) and seventh in the three-meter dive (506.25). The awards marked his third and fourth career All-American honors. 

March 13 - Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Track & Field)
Garcia-Cassani finished first in the mile to be named national champion at the NCAA Division III Indoor Championships. Posting a winning time of 4:07.7, he also anchored the runner-up distance medley relay that finished with an All-American time of 9:59.64.

March 6 - Mike Engstrom (Men's Lacrosse)
Engstrom scored a goal and dished off an assist in Geneseo's win over Morrisville, 11-5, and followed it up with a three-goal performance, including the game-winner, in a victory over Alfred, 13-12.

Feb. 27 - Alex Kramer (Men's Track & Field)
INTERVIEW WITH KRAMER

Kramer was crowned champion in the 3,000 (8:38.55) and finished runner-up in the 5,000 (15:12.38) to help lead the Knights to the 2017 SUNYAC Indoor Championship. 

Feb. 20 - Jeff Doser (Men's Swimming & Diving)
INTERVIEW WITH DOSER
Doser raced a leg in each of four winning relays and tied for a first-place finish in the 200 free, leading the Knights to a fourth-consecutive SUNYAC Championship. He was a part of SUNYAC record-setting finishes in the 200 free and 400 free relays and swam a leg in the first-place 800 free and 400 medley relay performancess. He also placed second in the 100 free and fourth in the 50 free at the SUNYAC Championships.

Feb. 13 - Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Track & Field)
Garcia-Cassani set a program record in the mile at the Valentine Invitational hosted by Boston University. Competing against a predominantly Division I field, he crossed the finish line with a 4:05.39 clocking that ranks second in Division III this season. He also anchored the fifth-place distance medley relay to a time of 9:54.23 that ranks third nationally. 

Feb. 6 - Devin Brink (Men's Ice Hockey)
INTERVIEW WITH BRINK
Brink notched three goals in the Knights’ 5-2 victory at Brockport. He opened the scoring with the only goal of the first period and later notched what proved to be the game-winning tally early in the third period en route to his first collegiate hat-trick

Jan. 30 - Gillan Faulkner (Men's Track & Field)
INTERVIEW WITH FAULKNER

Faulker won the 800 meter run at the 19th-Annual Bucknell Bison Open. Competing against a field of Division I, II and III runners, his time of 1:54.46 was the third-fastest in Division III and first in the SUNYAC so far this season. 

Jan. 23 - Stephen Collins (Men's Ice Hockey)
Collins scored four goals in a 7-4 win over Cortland and then tallied two more points on a goal and an assist in a 5-5 draw against No. 3 Oswego. 

Jan. 16 - David Szmyd (Men's Ice Hockey)
Szmyd totaled two goals and an assist in Geneseo's 7-2 win over visiting Lebanon Valley before adding two assists in the Knights's 6-2 victory over Stevenson. 

Dec. 12 - John Decker (Men's Basketball)
INTERVIEW WITH DECKER
Decker averaged 27.7 points while shooting better than 45 percent (56.7% from 3-point range) in a three-game week for the Knights that included a pair of SUNYAC road wins. He started by tying a 10-year old school record by hitting nine three-pointers en route to 38 points in an 82-80 setback at No. 11 Rochester. He then followed up a 16-point effort in a 86-71 victory at Plattsburgh with a 29-point, six-assist showing in a 88-78 win at Potsdam. Decker currently ranks fourth nationally with 28..4 points per game and second with 4.89 three-pointers made per game.

Dec. 5 - Samuel Randall (Men's Swimming & Diving)
INTERVIEW WITH RANDALL

Randall led a Geneseo sweep of the top-three places in both the 3-meter (551.70) and 1-meter (532.70) diving events to help lead the Knights to first place at the Ithaca Bombers Invitational. 

Nov. 28 - John Decker (Men's Basketball)
Decker scored a career-high 41 points, including 6-of-12 3-pointers and 9-of-10 free throws, in the Knights' 103-93 victory at Morrisville. The 41 points tied for the third-highest individual single-game total in program history and was the most points scored by a Knight in 21 seasons. 

Nov. 21 - Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Cross Country)
INTERVIEW WITH GARCIA-CASSANI
Garcia-Cassani finished fourth to lead the Knights to second-place out of 32 teams at the NCAA Division III Championships. Crossing the finish line with a time of 24:18.0, he won his second-straight All-America certificate while also tying for the second-highest finish ever by a Geneseo runner at the NCAA Championships. 

Nov. 14 - Alexander Burks (Men's Cross Country)
INTERVIEW WITH BURKS
Burks logged a seventh-place finish to help lead the Knights to their second-consecutive NCAA Division III Atlantic Region Championship, crossing the finish line with a 24:38.3 clocking.

Nov. 7 - Kevin Schaub (Men's Swimming & Diving)
INTERVIEW WITH SCHAUB
Schaub finished first in the 200 butterfly (1:56.95) and the 500 freestyle (5:04.01) while adding a leg to the winning 400 medley relay (3:35.37) in the Knights' victory over Fredonia, 168-127.

Oct. 1 - Alfredo Mazzuca (Men's Cross Country)
INTERVIEW WITH MAZZUCA

Mazzuca finished runner-up for the second-consecutive season to help lead the Knights to first place at the SUNYAC Championships. Crossing the finish line with a 25:05.8 clocking, he was one of seven Knights in the top-11 as Geneseo won its seventh title in eight years. 

Oct. 17 - Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Cross Country)
INTERVIEW WITH GARCIA-CASSANI
Garcia-Cassani finished first out of 383 runners to lead the Knights to first-place out of 46 teams at the Inter-Regional Border Battle, hosted by Rowan (N.J.). He crossed the finish line with a winning time of 23:19.9, nearly eight seconds ahead of the field, to win his fourth-consecutive race.

Oct. 10 - Dillon Medd (Men's Soccer)
INTERVIEW WITH MEDD
Medd notched back-to-back road shutouts to lead the Knights during an unbeaten week. He was credited with eight saves, including a first-half penalty kick, to preserve a 0-0 tie at RIT before stopping all seven shots he faced in a 1-0 win at Brockport for his fifth shutout of the season. 

Oct. 3 - Matt Kramer (Men's Cross Country)
INTERVIEW WITH KRAMER
Kramer finished second out of 316 runners to help lead Geneseo to first place out of 24 teams at the 36th-Annual Mike Woods Invitational. One of seven Knights in the top-10, he crossed the finish line with a 24:56.6 clocking. 

Sept. 26 - Isaac Garcia-Cassni (Men's Cross Country)
INTERVIEW WITH GARCIA-CASSANI
Garcia Cassani finished first in a stacked field of 284 runners and eight nationally-ranked teams to lead the Knights to first place at the Purple Valley Classic, hosted by Williams. His winning time was 25:24.9.

Sept. 19 - Alex Clar (Men's Soccer)
INTERVIEW WITH CLAR

Clar keyed a 1-0-1 week for the Knights that included scoring the game-winning goal in the 61st minute of a 1-0 victory over Houghton. He also added an assist to a 2-2 tie versus Hobart. 

Sept. 12 - Sean McAneny (Men's Cross Country)
INTERVIEW WITH McANENY

In his first collegiate race, McAneny placed fourth out of 106 runners as the Knights finished first in the team competition at the Oswego Invitational. McAneny covered the 8-kilometer course in 27:13.8. 

Sept. 5 - Matt D'Amico (Men's Soccer)
D'Amico scored the game-winning goal in the Knights' 2-0 victory over host Swarthmore after notching a goal and an assist in a 5-0 victory over Rosemont as Geneseo picked up two season-opening victories at the 18th-Annual Garnet Alumni Classic. 

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