Sean McAneny, Men's Cross Country

Sean McAneny, Men's Cross Country
Major: English

McAneny finished an All-American 25th to lead the Knights to 10th place out of 32 teams at the NCAA Division III Championships. He covered the 8-kilometer circuit in 24:52.9, trailing the leaders by less than 30 seconds as Geneseo logged its seventh top-10 performance since 2008.

2018-19 Geneseo Male Athlete of the Week Archives

Corey Wirth, Men's Swimming & Diving
Major: Economics
INTERVIEW WITH WIRTH

Wirth swept the diving events for Geneseo, finishing with a first-place score of 285.85 in the one-meter and 257.85 in the three-meter. Wirth has finished as Geneseo's top diver in both events in every meet thus far.

Nov. 5 - Will Eng, Men's Swimming & Diving
Major: Business Administration

Eng helped Geneseo to a pair of victories over Fredonia and Grove City in the Fredonia Tri-Meet this Saturday. Eng placed first in the 50 free with a time of 21.81 and then won the 100 free with a 47.68 finish. In the 200 free relay, Eng clocked a 21.68 leg as the Knights touched first with a time of 1:26.16.

Oct. 29 - Sean McAneny, Men's Cross Country
Major: English

McAneny won the individual crown to pace the Knights to their fifth-consecutive team title at the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Championships, hosted by Fredonia. He covered the muddy 8-kilometer course with a time of 28:28.2 for his second-straight top-10 finish after a ninth-place effort last year.

Oct. 15 - Gavin Gleasman, Men's Soccer
Major: Education and Geology
INTERVIEW WITH GLEASMAN

Gleasman powered the Geneseo offense with a three-goal performance as the Knights cruised to a 4-0 win at St. John Fisher on Tuesday. The senior forward scored three times in the first half to record his first career hat trick and give Geneseo the victory.

Oct. 8 - Bryan Wager, Men's Soccer
Major: Biochemistry
INTERVIEW WITH WAGER

Wager scored both of the Knights' goals, including an overtime game-winner, in their 2-1 victory over New Paltz on Saturday. The forward beat a defender to a ball over the top and finished to put Geneseo ahead in the first half. Then in overtime, he connected with a header on a corner kick, converting to give the Knights a golden-goal victory. 

Oct. 1 - Sean McAneny, Men's Cross Country
Major: English
INTERVIEW WITH MCANENY

McAneny finished in second place out of more than 300 runners at the Mike Woods Invitational at Letchworth State Park on Saturday afternoon, clocking in at 25:15.3. He paced the Knights to a first-place team finish as the squad placed seven runners in the top 15. 

Sept. 24 - Jack Tate, Men's Cross Country
Major: Psychology & Sociology
INTERVIEW WITH TATE

Tate finished first out of 233 runners to lead Geneseo to second place at the Harry F. Anderson Invitational, Saturday, in Rochester. He covered the eight-kilometer course in a time of 25:25.6 to best the field by nearly 37 seconds. Geneseo finished one point shy of Division II Roberts Wesleyan while finishing ahead of Cortland, Fredonia, Brockport and Buffalo State in the 21-team competition.

Sept. 17 - Liam Dole, Men's Soccer
Major: Communication
INTERVIEW WITH DOLE

Dole started both games in net for the Knights, leading Geneseo to a 2-0-0 week with wins over Houghton, 2-1, and Hobart, 1-0. Against the Highlanders, Dole made five saves, allowing only a breakaway goal, to earn the victory. On Saturday against Hobart, Dole made five saves, including a first half penalty kick, to preserve a shutout and give the Knights the victory.

Sept. 10 - Luke Holtzman, Men's Cross Country
Major: Chemistry & Mathematics
INTERVIEW WITH HOLTZMAN

Holtzman took a first place finish at the Oswego Invitational on Saturday, traversing the 6k course in 18:54.9. He led a Geneseo contingent that finished with a perfect 15 points for first place out of four teams.


Sept. 4 - Eddie O'Brien-Curcie, Men's Cross Country
Major: History

O'Brien-Curcie finished first out of 47 runners to lead the Knights to a first-place finish at the Cardinal Early Season Invitational, hosted by St. John Fisher, Friday. O'Brien-Curcie covered the 6,000-meter course in a time of 20:16.5, besting the field by nearly 18 seconds.

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