Softball earns victories over Brockport and University of Rochester, solidifies position in conference standings

In another SUNYAC weekend, the Knights added two wins over the SUNY Brockport Golden Eagles to bring them to a 25-7 overall record. The Knights continued their winning streak, sweeping both their games against The University of Rochester at home on Wednesday April 24.

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Bills beat: Buffalo weighs their options with ninth overall pick in NFL Draft, fans hope for successful selection

The NFL draft is on Thursday April 25 and fans continue to speculate about who their team may pick.

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Track and field aims to peak as SUNYACs approach, battles injuries in recent weeks

The Geneseo track and field team is approaching the end of the spring season and SUNYACs are on the horizon. Both the men and women are looking to peak at the right time and perform their best in the biggest meets. The end of the season has not come without any obstacles and the team is doing their best to combat issues like injuries.

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Women’s lacrosse upsets No. 18 Cortland in overtime, secures SUNYAC playoff berth

Geneseo’s women’s lacrosse team has dominated the SUNYAC lately with win after win. This past week, they faced two tough opponents in SUNY Brockport and SUNY Cortland.

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Men’s lacrosse defeats Oswego and Brockport, looks to continue success in playoffs

On Saturday April 20, the Geneseo Knights men’s lacrosse team was in Oswego to take on the Lakers. The Knights sat in fourth place in the SUNYAC standings, looking up at the Lakers, who were in third.

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Softball remains successful in conference games, hopes to keep rolling against Brockport

After a 3-1 record over the weekend, the Knights are in a good spot and have a chance at hosting the conference playoffs again this year. On Thursday April 11, SUNY Oswego put up a good fight in the first game, but the Knights showed to be too much and outscored the Lakers 7-5, and then 8-0 in the second five-inning game. 

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Women’s lacrosse downs Brockport, will face challenge in Cortland this weekend

In their penultimate home game of the regular season, the Knights maintained their successful pattern with a 13-11 win against SUNY Oswego on April 10. 

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Bills beat: Buffalo begins training, team addresses media regarding draft

The Buffalo Bills’ first official offseason workouts began Monday April 15. These workouts are voluntary and only focus on strength and conditioning, rather than skill training. These workouts represent the first opportunity for players to meet the team’s free agent signings and for the media to speak with players, coaching and management. 

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Tiger Woods wins 2019 Master’s Tournament by one stroke, battles back after long major draught

A familiar roar could be heard making its way around the fairways and greens at Augusta National Golf Club on Sunday April 14, a roar that had not been heard at Augusta’s famous Master’s Tournament in 14 years. The roar reached its peak at the 18th green when golfer Tiger Woods sank a short putt to win his first major tournament in 11 years and first green jacket since 2005.

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Men’s lacrosse falls short against conference-leading Cortland, aims to bounce back against Oswego

The Geneseo men’s lacrosse team sought back-to-back SUNYAC wins on April 10 against SUNY Cortland. The Red Dragons came into the game undefeated in the conference and sitting proudly in first place. Geneseo was coming off an exciting overtime win against SUNY Oneonta and a win against Cortland would certainly send a message around the conference.

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Equestrian team competes at zones to complete season, several riders earn individual honors

The Geneseo equestrian team fielded eight riders at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Region Two Championship at Lehman Farms on Saturday April 6. Senior rider Nicole Solazzo qualified for IHSA Zone Finals on Sunday April 7, also at Lehman Farms. 

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Women’s lacrosse takes down Oneonta, earns tough win against Oswego to continue streak

Despite a rocky start to the season, the Geneseo women’s lacrosse team seems to have found their rhythm. After two 20-goal games with three or fewer goals by the opposing team, the Knights look to build upon the momentum they have behind them.

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Men’s lacrosse earns thrilling victory over Oneonta, falls to Cortland at home

The Geneseo men’s lacrosse team entered their second conference game of the season with a 3-8 record, 0-1 in conference play on Saturday April 6. The Knights were experiencing a tough string of games as of late, resulting in a four-game losing streak. 

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Sports Editorial: University of Virginia wins men’s basketball national championship, overcomes last year’s tragic defeat

It was the lowest point in the history of the University of Virginia basketball, and it was a moment that would follow the players and coaches forever. Given the circumstances, many teams may have never bounced back, but the Virginia Cavaliers were not like most teams.

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Softball continues to win, looks to extend streak against rival SUNY Cortland in coming games

The big story of softball’s weekend revolves around senior outfielder Danni Napoli. Napoli broke the Geneseo home run record when she sent the ball over the fence for the 19th time in her career. 

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Bills Beat: Buffalo fans upset by social media mishap, respond by donating to children’s charity

The Buffalo Bills fanbase, also known as Bills Mafia, is considered by many to be one of the most passionate fanbases in the NFL. Around the country,  Bills Mafia is known for their over-the-top tailgate antics, like jumping through tables, but the fans have also proven that they can be much more than that. 

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Softball sweeps home openers, will travel to Fredonia next

The Knights split games with the SUNY New Paltz Hawks on Friday March 29, losing 2-0 in the first game and winning 4-0 in the second. The Knights moved on to face the SUNY Oneonta Red Dragons on Saturday March 30. Against the Dragons, the Knights split games again. The first game saw the Knights go down 4-2, but they bounced back for the second game with a 14-3 win.

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Buffalo hosts draft prospects, hints at future selections the team may make in early rounds

There is widespread speculation among those who follow the Buffalo Bills about what the team will do in the 2019 NFL Draft this month. The team has 10 total selections in this year’s draft and should be able to add some significant talent to their roster. 

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American Alliance of Football approaches collapse due to funding shortfall, uncooperative NFL teams

Usually, the first Sunday after the Super Bowl is a destitute and hopeless day for NFL fans. That was not the case this year, however, as the Alliance of American Football kicked off its inaugural season one week after the New England Patriots were crowned champions of the NFL. 

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Track and field opens up outdoor season at home, hopes to repeat indoor success

The Geneseo track and field team had their opening meet, the Geneseo Invitational, on Saturday March 30. It was a cold, windy and rainy day, but the athletes stuck it out to start the season strong relative to the conditions.

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