GENESEO, N.Y. – Eleven members of the SUNY Geneseo men's swimming & diving team were named State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) All-Conference after leading the Knights to their third-consecutive conference crown as well as their 19th title in the last 21 years.
First-year Clark Davis, sophomore Jeff Doser, senior Yonghoon Jun, sophomore Samuel Randall, senior Kristian Tialios and junior Kevin Schaub all landed on the first team while senior Ben Ford, senior Ben Greenspan, sophomore Scott Guyton, senior Andy Schunk and senior Brian Yale were named second-team.
Jun won the 100 butterfly (50.35) and the 200 butterfly (1:53.78, NCAA B-Cut) and added legs to the winning 200 free (1:23.55), 400 medley (3:23.40, SUNYAC record, B-Cut) and 800 freestyle (6:59.00) relays.
Tialios swept the 200 individual medley (1:55.64, SUNYAC record, NCAA B-Cut) and the 100 backstroke (51.00) while adding legs to the winning 200 medley (1:31.45, SUNYAC records, NCAA B-Cut) and 400 medley relays.
Doser won the 500 freestyle (4:41.29) while swimming on the winning 200 and 400 medley relays as well as the first-place 800 freestyle relay. He also placed third in the 200 (1:41.32) and 100 (46.50) freestyles.
Randall won the 1-meter dive (533.70, SUNYAC record) after also establishing a school record in a runner-up finish on 3-meter (577.3).
Davis was crowned champion in the 1,650 freestyle (16:43.04) while also finishing second in the 400 individual medley (4:10.17).
Schunk, who was also named the James Fulton Award winner in recognition of overall athletic and academic achievement over the last four years, finished second in the 500 freestyle (4:44.64) and also added a leg to the winning 800 freestyle relay.
Ford placed third in the 400 individual medley (4:10.33) and fourth in the 200 butterfly (1:57.12) while Greenspan was runner-up in the 1,650 freestyle (16:48.02) and swam on the winning 800 freestyle relay.
Guyton finished second in the 100 butterfly (50.53) and was a part of the winning 200 free and 200 medley relays, while Yale was third in the 200 backstroke (1:52.45) and fourth in the 100 backstroke (52.24).