2015-16 Athletes of the Week

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Matt Herbert (Men's Track & Field)
Herbert won the 10,000-meter run at the SUNYAC Championships. He led a group of five Knights that finished in the top-eight with a time of 31:35.66.  

Alfredo Mazzuca (Men's Track & Field)
Interview With Alfredo Mazzuca
Mazzuca finished 11th out of 26 Division I, II and III competitors in the Penn Relays College Men's 10,000-meter Championship with a 30:21.51 clocking on Thursday. The time was the 11th-fastest mark in Division III this outdoor season.

Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Track & Field)
Interview With Isaac Garcia-Cassani
Garcia-Cassani posted the 13th-fastest 5,000 time in the nation at the Larry Ellis Invitational, hosted by Princeton, on Friday night. Competing against a field of club, Division I, II and III competition, he finished seventh with a time of 14:23.92 which was also the third-fastest time in Geneseo program history.

4/18 - Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Track & Field)
Interview With Isaac Garcia-Cassani
Garcia-Cassani ran the nation's fastest 1,500 time of the year, broke a five-year old SUNYAC record and added a leg to a record-setting relay during the Bison Outoor Classic. He posted a time of 3:45.71 to finish seventh in a field of Division I, II and III runners while breaking the five-year old conference mark by almost two seconds. Garcia-Cassani also ran the third leg on the Knights' victorious 4x800 relay that posted a winning time of 7:42.62. The time broke an 11-year old program record by over seven seconds.

4/11 - Jack Crowley (Men's Lacrosse)
Interview With Jack Crowley
Crowley was the Knights' top defender in a close 9-7 setback to visiting Potsdam. He helped hold the first and third-ranked goal scorers in the SUNYAC to one goal combined on the day while picking up a game-high six ground balls. 

4/4 - Tim Wright (Men's Lacrosse)
Interview With Tim Wright
Wright was credited with a goal and three assists in the Knights' 12-6 victory over visiting Oswego as Geneseo opened the SUNYAC season with a win. He also added a goal and two assists in Geneseo's setback on the road at St. Lawrence.  

3/28 - Ryan Gulbransen (Men's Lacrosse)
Interview With Ryan Gulbransen
Gulbransen helped key a decisive 7-0 Geneseo run in the fourth quarter as the Knights earned the 12-11 comeback victory over St John Fisher. He put Geneseo on top, 11-10, with a goal at 5:41 before assisting what proved to be the game-winning tally with 33 seconds left in the game. 

3/21 - Samuel Randall (Men's Swimming & Diving)
Interview With Samuel Randall
Randall was crowned national champion in 3-meter diving and also finished third in 1-meter diving at the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving National Championships. Randall bested the field of 28 divers with a score of 533.75 on 3-meter, before compiling a score of 519.75 on 1-meter

3/14 - Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Track & Field)
Garcia-Cassani brought home two All-America citations from the 2016 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships. He finished third in the mile run (4:11.71) for the second-consecutive year and also added a leg to the distance medley relay team that finished third (10:02.95). 

3/7 - Devin McDonald (Men's Ice Hockey)
Interview With Devin McDonald

McDonald finished two saves short of his career-high, notching 42 stops, to help lead the Knights to a 7-1 victory over top-seeded Plattsburgh in the SUNYAC Championship game, Saturday. Named to the All-Tournament Team, McDonald is now 15-2-5 for his rookie season.

2/29 - Aidan Fullerton (Men's Track & Field)
Interview with Aidan Fullerton
Fullerton won the heptathlon with a school and meet-record 4,998 points to lead the Knights to third place out of eight teams at the SUNYAC Championships. Fullerton bested the field in four of the seven events to finish 282 points ahead of the runner-up, Cortland first-year Brent Di Vitorrio, while his winning score currently stands second in Division III. 

2/22 - Samuel Randall (Men's Swimming & Diving)
Interview with Sam Randall
Randall won the 1-meter dive (533.70, SUNYAC, meet, school record) after also establishing a school record in a runner-up finish on 3-meter (577.3) to lead the Knights to their third-straight SUNYAC Championships over the weekend.  

2/15 - Justin Ringen (Men's Basketball)
Ringen averaged 25.0 points and 7.7 rebounds while shooting 51.9% (14-27) from three-point range to lead the Knights in three games last week. He totaled game-highs with 28 points and eight rebounds in a 92-87 setback to visiting Buffalo State on Tuesday before notching a double-double with 21 points and 10 boards to go along with five assists in a 77-63 win at New Paltz on Friday. Ringen finished the week with a game-high 26 points, including a three-pointer and a pair of free throws in the final 1:02 of the game, to seal a 79-74 comeback at Oneonta.

2/8 - Jeff Doser (Men's Swimming & Diving)
Interview with Jeff Doser
Doser was a part of two record-setting victories as Geneseo finished first out of five teams at the Geneseo Invitational, Saturday, in a field that included Oswego, Brockport and Buffalo State. Doser established a pool record in the 200 freestyle (1:43.03) and anchored the 200 medley relay (1:34.45) that also broke the pool record.  

2/1 - Trevor Hills (Men's Ice Hockey)
Interview with Trevor Hills
Hills keyed the Geneseo offense during a 2-0-1 week for the Knights. He scored two goals, including the game-winner, in Tuesday's 3-1 victory at Oswego. In Saturday's 2-1 win at Morrisville, he scored his Division III-leading eighth power-play goal of the season, which also proved to be the game-winner, after assisting the Knights' first tally as well.  

1/25 - Justin Ringen (Men's Basketball)
Ringen averaged 27.5 points and 5.5 rebounds while shooting 51.4% from long range in a pair of games for the Knights last week. He scored a career-high 33 points, including 7-of-8 three-pointers, and grabbed five rebounds at Potsdam on Saturday before totaling 22 points and grabbing six boards at Plattsburgh on Sunday.  

1/18 - Stephen Collins (Men's Ice Hockey)
Collins scored seven goals in a 2-0-1 week for the Knights. He scored two goals in a 4-1 victory at No. 14 Neumann on Tuesday and added two more in a 5-5 home tie with Neumann on Saturday. In Saturday's 6-2 home win over Division II Franklin Pierce, Collins netted a hat-trick, including what proved to be the game-winning tally, to lead the way.  

1/11 - Justin Ringen (Men's Basketball)
Ringen averaged 18.3 points per game for the Knights last week. In Tuesday's 89-86 setback to visiting Fredonia, Ringen led the team with 23 points. After scoring 13 points and grabbing nine rebounds in a 76-65 loss to Oneonta on Friday, Ringen tallied a game-high 19 points to lead Geneseo to a 71-67 victory over New Paltz on Saturday. 

12/14 - Trevor Hills (Men's Ice Hockey)
Interview with Trevor Hills
Hills scored three goals to help lead the Knights back from a three-goal deficit in Friday's 5-3 victory over visiting Nazareth. Hills netted back-to-back power-play tallies in a 1:31 span of the second period to tie the game, 3-3, before finishing off his second hat-trick of the season with 1:04 left in regulation to seal the Knights' eighth victory over its last nine outings.  

12/7 - Justin Ringen (Men's Basketball)
Interview with Justin Ringen
Ringen was named to the Wendy's College Classic All-Tournament First-Team after averaging 27.0 points, 7.3 rebounds and shooting 58.0 percent from the field, including 66.7 percent from long-range over three games. He scored 30 points and hit 7-of-8 three-pointers, including the game-winning strike from long-range with 2.9 seconds left, to lead the Knights to the 83-81 win at Nazareth on Wednesday. In Friday's 85-82 setback to Division II Roberts Wesleyan, he totaled 30 points, eight rebounds and six assists before finishing the tournament with 21 points, 5-of-9 three-pointers and seven rebounds in Saturday's 91-80 win over RIT. 

11/30 - Devin McDonald (Men's Ice Hockey)
Interview with Devin McDonald
McDonald logged his first collegiate shutout in the Knights' 3-0 victory at Williams on Saturday. Stopping all 23 shots he faced, including 10 in the decisive third period, the first-year remained unbeaten with a 5-0-1 record on the season. 

11/23 - Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Cross Country)
Interview with Isaac Garcia-Cassani
Garcia-Cassani finished an All-America eighth place out of 278 runners to lead the Knights to third place out of 32 teams at the NCAA Division III Men's Cross Country Championships in Winnecone, Wis., Saturday. Garcia-Cassani ran the eight-kilometer course in a time of 24:34.2 to become the 14th All-America in program history and to lead the team to its best finish at the national championships. 

11/16 - Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Cross Country)
Interview with Isaac Garcia-Cassani
Garcia-Cassani bested a field of 288 runners to lead the Knights to first place out of 45 teams at the NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional Championships, Saturday. Garcia-Cassani covered the eight-kilometer course in a time of 25:11.1 as the first-place finish automatically qualifies Geneseo for their 13th-consecutive NCAA Championship. 

11/9 - Trevor Hills (Men's Ice Hockey)
Interview with Trevor Hills
Hills totaled six points on four goals and two assists to lead the Knights to back-to-back victories over Canton. In Friday's 7-4 victory, Hills' short-handed tally in the third period completed his first collegiate hat-trick and also proved to be the game-winning goal on a night that also saw him add two assists. In Saturday's 4-3 win, Hills tied the game in the third period with his third power-play goal of the season as the Knights came back from an early two-goal deficit.

11/2 - Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Cross Country)
Interview with Isaac Garcia-Cassani
Garcia-Cassani won the individual title to lead the men's cross country team to the 2015 State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Championship, Saturday, hosted by Plattsburgh. Garcia-Cassani covered the eight-kilometer course in a winning time of 25:00.7. 

10/26 - Matt D'Amico (Men's Soccer)
Interview with Matt D'Amico
Following the Knights' 1-0 victory over #11 Plattsburgh on Friday, D'Amico tallied his first-career hat-trick to lead Geneseo to a 3-0 shutout over Potsdam on Saturday. D'Amico, who leads the squad with 24 points on 11 goals and two assists, notched all three scores during a 14-minute span in the second half. 

10/19 - Matt D'Amico (Men's Soccer)
Interview with Matt D'Amico
D'Amico scored his team-leading eighth goal of the season to lead the Knights to a 1-0 overtime victory at Oswego, last Friday. In the 96th minute, D'Amico tallied his second game-winning goal this year after sophomore midfielder Kevin McGrath sent a long ball through two defenders and D'Amico beat the Lakers' keeper one-on-one to knock in the score. 

10/5 - Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Cross Country)
Interview with Isaac Garcia-Cassani
Garcia-Cassani finished second to lead the Knights to first place out of 38 teams at the 35th-Annual Mike Woods Cross Country Invitational, Saturday. Garcia-Cassani completed the eight-kilometer course in a time of 24:53.1 to lead eighth-ranked Geneseo to the victory. The Knights tallied 42 points to out-distance runner-up St. Lawrence who finished with 103 points. 

9/28 - Isaac Gacia-Cassani (Men's Cross Country)
Interview with Isaac Garcia-Cassani
Garcia-Cassani finished fourth overall to lead the Knights to third place out of 24 teams at the Purple Valley Classic, hosted by Williams (Mass.). In a field that featured seven teams ranked in the top-26 nationally, Garcia-Cassani crossed the eight-kilometer course in a time of 25.49.9 to take fourth. 

9/14 - Isaac Garcia-Cassani (Men's Cross Country)
Interview with Isaac Garcia-Cassani
Garcia-Cassani captured the top spot out of 114 runners as the Knights had 14 of the top 15 finishers to take first place out of nine teams at the Oswego Invitational, Saturday, at Glimmer Glass Field. Garcia-Cassani crossed the eight-kilometer finish line with a winning time of 26.23.0. 

9/8 - Jaisen Clark (Men's Soccer)
Interview with Jaisen Clark

Clark scored the game-winning goal and added an assist to lead the Knights over host PSU-Behrend, 2-1, in the championship game of the Herb Lauffer Memorial Tournament. In the 63rd minute, Clark tallied the go-ahead goal after collecting a pass from sophomore midfielder Reidis Lata, taking a touch in the box and scoring a low shot past PSU-Behrend's keeper. 

 

WOMEN

5/9 - Alexa Wandy (Women's Track & Field)
Wandy won the triple jump title with a meet-record setting performance (41-3 1/4 - 12.58m) at the SUNYAC Championships. The performance was also the second-longest in Division III this spring.

5/2 - Danni Napoli (Softball)
Interview With Dannie Napoli
Napoli went 9-for-16 (.563) with seven runs, three home runs and 10 RBI in five games in Geneseo’s 5-1 week. In the Knights' second game opposite Brockport, she went three-for-four, with two homers and four RBI. She followed that up with a 4-for-6doubleheader against Buffalo St. in which she scored four runs and five RBI, including four on a grand-slam home run. She currently leads the SUNYAC in home runs and slugging percentage (.711) and is third in average and fifth in on-base percentage (.490).

4/25 - Kat Crok (Softball)
Interview With Kat Crok
Krok went 12-for-22 (.545) with eight runs, five doubles, one triple and 10 RBI in Geneseo’s 7-1 week, which included late-inning come-from-behind wins over RIT and Oneonta. She had 19 total bases for a .864 slugging percentage. In her seven starts, she had five multi-hit games and six contests with at least one RBI, including three in a game two, 10-3 win over New Paltz.

4/18 - Lauren Salzano (Women's Tennis)
Interview With Lauren Salzano
Salzano captured the match-winning point at number-three singles in the Knights' 5-4 come-from-behind win over Rochester. Trailing, 3-0, after the doubles, the Knights rallied in the singles and, with the teams tied, 4-4, Salzano's match was the last to be decided. She closed out the comeback with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 win.

4/11 - Bridget Lincoln (Women's Lacrosse)
Interview With Bridget Lincoln
Lincoln anchored the Geneseo defense in a 9-8 victory at SUNYAC-rival Buffalo State. The Knights' defender was credited with three draw controls and two ground balls as Geneseo was able to hold off the Bengals for its sixth-consecutive victory. Geneseo currently leads the SUNYAC and owns the nation's 10th-ranked scoring defense (5.58 GPG).

4/4 - Tessa Horn (Equestrian)
Interview With Tessa Horn

Horn captured the Walk Trot class at the IHSA REgion 2 Championships at St. Lawrence. The win qualified her for the Zone Championships, one step away from qualifying for the National Championships. 

3/28 - Tara Basile (Women's Lacrosse)
Interview With Tara Basile
Basile scored three goals and added an assist in the Knights' 13-6 victory at St. Lawrence on Saturday. She scored the first goal of the game and then added two more during a decisive 7-0 Geneseo run to open the second half en route to the victory. 

3/21 - Alyssa Persich (Softball)
Interview With Alyssa Persich
Persich batted .524 (13-for-24) with five runs, two RBI and three steals from the lead-off spot in eight games during the Knights' spring break Florida trip. She has started her collegiate career with a 10-game hitting streak, including six multi-hit games, and is currently batting .548 on the season.

3/14 - Alexa Wandy (Track & Field)
Wandy finished second in the triple jump at the 2016 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships. Her leap of 39 feet, 11 1/4 inches (12.17m) also set a school record.

3/7 - Kara Houppert (Women's Basketball)
Interview With Kara Houppert

Houppert scored 12 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Knights to a 51-45 victory over FDU-Florham in the first round of the NCAA Division III Tournament, Friday, before notching a team-high 15 points in a 66-60 loss to host Stevens in the second round on Saturday.

2/29 - Jacqueline Huben (Women's Track & Field)
Interview with Jacqueline Huben
Huben bested the field in both the 3,000-meter (10:09.27) and 5,000-meter run (17:25.57) to lead the Knights to a runner-up finish at the SUNYAC Championships. Huben's winning time in the 5,000-meter run was a facility and personal record and places her 11th across Division III. 

2/22 - Hailey Modelewski (Women's Swimming & Diving)
Interview with Hailey Modelewski
Modelewski swept first-place finishes in the 200 individual medley (2:09.42), 100 butterfly (57.22) and 200 butterfly (2:09.01) to lead the Knights to their ninth-straight SUNYAC Title. Named Swimmer of the Meet, she also added legs to the victorious 200 medley (1:46.10, SUNYAC, meet, school records) and 400 medley (3:55.92) relays. 

2/15 - Kylie Ryan (Women's Track & Field)
Interview with Kylie Ryan
Ryan set a new school record in the 200-meter dash and ran a leg of the 4x400-meter relay that recorded the second-fastest time in program history to lead the Knights against a field of primarily Division I athletes at the Valentine Invitational hosted by Boston University over the weekend. Ryan completed the 200-meter dash in a time of 26.24 to break the school record by .38 seconds while the 4x400-meter relay team finished in a time of 3:58.57. 

2/8 - Jenna Gibbons (Women's Swimming & Diving)
Interview with Jenna Gibbons
Gibbons won two events and swam on a record-setting relay to lead the Knights to first place out of five teams at the Geneseo Invitational, Saturday, in a field that included Oswego, Brockport and Buffalo State. She swept the 200 (2:12.66) and 100 (1:01.02) butterfly events and added a leg to the victorious 200 medley relay (1:49.98) that established a pool record.  

2/1 - Nancy Nasky (Women's Swimming & Diving)
Interview with Nancy Nasky
Nasky set a pair of pool records in winning the 1,650 (17:45.53) and 500 (5:12.49) freestyle events as the Knights defeated host New Paltz, 142-115.

1/25 - Allison McKenna (Women's Basketball)
McKenna recorded a double-double in each of Geneseo's two conference victories over the weekend. On Saturday, McKenna had 13 points and 11 rebounds to lead Geneseo to a 75-32 win at Potsdam. At Plattsburgh on Sunday, McKenna notched 17 points, 11 rebounds and had a program-record eight blocks to lead the Knights to a 62-43 victory. 

1/18 - Katie Vienneau (Women's Basketball)
Vienneau scored in double figures for the Knights in all three of their games last week. In a 57-56 setback at Cortland on Tuesday, Vienneau led the team with 14 points. She tallied a game-high 16 points off the bench to lead Geneseo to a 58-46 victory at Fredonia on Friday before registering another game-high of 18 points and adding eight rebounds in Saturday's 63-52 win at Buffalo State. 

1/11 - Allison McKenna (Women's Basketball)
McKenna was the Knights' top scorer in their three games last week. In Tuesday's 76-53 victory over visiting Fredonia, McKenna tallied 17 points, including the 1,000th of her career, and nine rebounds. McKenna scored a game-high 20 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead Geneseo to a 53-39 win over Oneonta on Friday before nothcing 12 points and nine rebounds in a 62-57 setback to New Paltz on Saturday. 

12/14 - Mackenzie Ross (Women's Track & Field)
Interview with Mackenzie Ross
Ross took the crown in the 800-meter run and was a part of the winning relay to lead the Knights to first place at the RIT Early Season Invite. Geneseo swept the top-three spots in the 800-meter run led by Ross, who crossed the finish line in 2:24.22. Ross also joined first-yearLaura Russo, sophomore Lauren Bamford and first-year Hunter Gowans to take first place in the 4x400-meter relay with a time of 4:11.81. 

12/7 - Nancy Nasky (Women's Swimming & Diving)
Interview with Nancy Nasky
Nasky helped lead Geneseo to third place out of 11 teams at the Ithaca Winter Invitational over the weekend, competing against a field that included Division I Cornell and La Salle as well as Division II Le Moyne and Shippensburg. She finished second in the 1,650 freestyle with the 11th-fastest time in the nation (17:12.38) this season and NCAA B-Cut that also bested a five-year old school record by over 10 seconds. Her weekend also included a fourth-place effort in the 500 freestyle (5:02.94) with the nation's 22nd fastest time this year and an eighth-place finish in the 200 free (1:56.50). 

11/30 - Lea Sobieraski (Women's Basketball)
Interview with Lea Sobieraski
Sobieraski recorded her first double-double of the season on 10 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Knights to a 70-66 victory at Vassar last Tuesday night. In 23 minutes, Sobieraski grabbed six offensive and six defensive rebounds while also tallying two assists and one steal. 

11/23 - Jacquie Huben (Women's Cross Country)
Interview with Jacquie Huben
Huben finished an All-America 29th place out of 280 runners to lead the Knights to second place out of 32 teams at the NCAA Division III Women's Cross Country Championships in Winnecone,Wis. Saturday. Huben completed the six-kilometer course in a time of 21:43.2 to become the 17th All-America in program history. 

11/16 - Sara Rosenzweig (Women's Cross Country)
Interview with Sara Rosenzweig
Rosenzweig finished seventh to lead the Knights to first place out of 44 teams at the NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional Championships, Saturday. Rosenzweig ran the six-kilometer course in a time of 22:15.4 to help lead Geneseo to the crown and qualify the team for its 17th-consecutive NCAA Championship race. 

11/9 - Emma Witherwax (Equestrian)
Interview with Emma Witherwax
Witherwax was Reserve High Point Rider of the Nov. 7 Home Show by collecting a first in her class of Novice Fences, as well as a second in her class of Novice Flats. Her points in Novice Fences pointed her out of that division and into Intermediate Fences and also qualified her for the post-season Regional Finals. 

11/2 - Sara Rosenzweig (Women's Cross Country)
Interview with Sara Rosenzweig
Rosenzweig captured the individual crown to lead the women's cross country team to its fifth-straight State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Championship, Saturday, hosted by Plattsburgh. Rosenzweig covered the six-kilometer course in 21:48.6, besting the field by over 10 seconds.

10/26 - Gabriella Clare (Field Hockey)
Interview with Gabriella Clare
Clare scored what proved to be both game-winning goals in the Knights' two victories last week. Trailing, 1-0, at halftime versus Houghton on Wednesday, Clare scored the second of three Geneseo goals that clinched the victory. Clare's goal in the 25th minute of Saturday's 2-1 win over Oswego was also the deciding tally as the Knights clinched the third seed for the SUNYAC Tournament. 

10/19 - Alexa Wandy (Women's Soccer)
Interview with Alexa Wandy

Wandy helped lead the Knights to their second-straight 2-0 week. Continually responsible for marking opponents' strongest offensive players, Wandy is a big piece of a backfield that allowed only one goal over the weekend. Geneseo defeated visiting Oneonta on Friday, 2-1, before taking a 1-0 win over Cortland on Saturday, the team's eighth shutout this year. 

10/12 - Marylen Santos (Women's Tennis)
Interview with Marylen Santos
Santos went undefeated at number-one doubles with teammate Cat Crummey (3-0) and number-three singles (2-0) to lead the Knights to their fifth-straight SUNYAC Championship over the weekend. Santos and Crummey defeated Plattsburgh in the quarterfinals (8-2) Oneonta in the semifinals (8-1) and New Paltz in the final match (8-1) while Santos' singles wins opposite Plattsburgh and Oneonta gives her 62 for her career, tying her for second all-time in program history with Sarah Shields '13.

Cara Stafford (Field Hockey)
Interview with Cara Stafford
Stafford tallied back-to-back hat tricks to lead Geneseo to a 2-0 week. Last Wednesday, Stafford scored all three of the team's goals in its 3-2 win at Nazareth. On Saturday, Stafford tallied two first-half goals and added another to open the second half to lead the Knights to a 7-1 victory over Keuka.

10/5 - Mako Tanaka (Women's Tennis)
Interview with Mako Tanaka
Tanaka went 5-1 for the week, her only loss being in the singles final of the United States Tennis Association (USTA)/Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Northeast Regional tournament on Monday, Sept. 28. She won her semifinal match on Monday before falling to the tournament's top-seeded player in three sets in the final. Tanaka also swept singles and doubles in two team matches for the week, winning at number-one singles and number-two doubles against Cortland and Rensselaer. She is 19-1 in singles, 13-2 in doubles for the season. 

9/28 - Danielle Sayler (Women's Volleyball)
Interview with Dani Sayler
Sayler continued her strong season during the Knights' three SUNYAC Pool Play matches over the weekend. The junior defensive specialist totaled a match-high 15 digs in Geneseo's 3-0 sweep of Plattsburgh before chipping in 18 digs opposite in a four-set loss to defending SUNYAC Champion New Paltz. She finished the weekend compiling 25 digs in a 3-1 victory over host Buffalo State. 

9/21 - Emily Green (Women's Soccer)
Interview with Emily Green
Green led the Knights to a 2-0 weekend after scoring a goal and adding an assist in the team's 2-0 win at Skidmore on Friday and tallying both of Geneseo's goals in a 2-0 victory at Farmingdale St. on Sunday. Green now has a team-high nine points on the season (4g, 1a). 

Cara Stafford (Field Hockey)
Interview with Cara Stafford

Stafford tallied three goals in a 2-0 week for the Knights. Last Wednesday, Stafford scored two goals to lead the team to a 2-1 win over visiting Utica and on Saturday, Stafford recorded another goal in Geneseo's 8-0 shutout over Morrisville. 

9/14 - Marylen Santos (Women's Tennis)
Interview with Marylen Santos
Santos teamed with Cat Crummey to capture the A Flight doubles at last weekend's Hosking Invitational at William Smith. Santos also advanced to the A Flight singles semifinals and was 6-1 in her matches for the tournament.

Her four wins in doubles give her 56 for her career, setting a new Geneseo all-time career record for doubles victories. Her six total wins at the tournament raised her career total to 105, one of only five players in Geneseo history to win 100 or more matches. She sits third on the Knights' all-time list for total wins and sixth in singles victories. 

9/8 - Audrey Reid (Women's Soccer)
Interview with Audrey Reid
Reid helped lead the No. 23 Knights to a 2-0 week to open the season. Last Tuesday, she tallied two goals in the team's 7-0 victory over visiting Alfred. On Friday, Reid assisted on Geneseo's lone goal in a 1-0 win against Mary Washington.