Sports Editorial: Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield comments condemning head coach were unprofessional, unfair

Following the Cleveland Browns 35-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday Nov. 25, Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield had some choice words about his former head coach Hue Jackson, who is now a member of the Bengals coaching staff. 

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Men’s basketball racks up early wins, secures easy victory in home opener

Geneseo men’s basketball is getting off on the right foot. They’ve won three of their first four games as they head into conference play this weekend. So far, junior guard Terrance Nichols leads the pack with a 20.3 points per game average.

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Ice Knights continue to roll, win three away games over the holiday weekend

While students were packing for their Thanksgiving break, the Geneseo Ice Knights were packing in the goals against the Elmira College Flying Eagles on Nov. 20. The 7-1 rout of a non-conference opponent marked Geneseo’s fourth straight win. 

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Sports Editorial: Buffalo Bills release Nathan Peterman, reinforcing Kaepernick collusion case

The Buffalo Bills have finally cut ties with quarterback Nathan Peterman. In Peterman’s short career, he has demonstrated arguably the worst display of quarterback play in National Football League history. His poor play has only added to the argument that Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed by the National Football League and its franchises.

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Major League Baseball underpays minor league players

Baseball is as American a pastime as there is. Like America, baseball encounters issues with providing protections for civil rights and ensuring economic stability to its participants. 

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Ice Knights lose first game, prepare to bounce back against Morrisville

The Geneseo Knights were in Plattsburgh on Friday Nov. 9 as they tried to right the ship after a 4-4 tie against Buffalo State the weekend before. The Knights have not gone longer than one game without a win since late November of last season when they lost to Elmira College and tied with SUNY Oswego in back-to-back games.

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Women’s soccer falls in NCAA match, reflects on championship season

The Knights’ women’s soccer season has unfortunately come to an end. After winning the SUNYAC Championship against SUNY Cortland, the Knights headed to Williamstown, Massachusetts to square off against Stevens Institute of Technology. 

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Volleyball loses title matchup against New Paltz, plans to return stronger next season

With an overall record of 22-10 and conference record of 9-0, the Geneseo Knights volleyball team’s season came to a close after a loss to the SUNY New Paltz Hawks in the SUNYAC championship game on Saturday Nov. 3.

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Sports Editorial: The National Basketball Association should end problematic one-and-done system, replace with Professional Path program

The National Collegiate Athletic Association has been riddled with corruption, most prominently in the domain of men’s basketball. 

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Women’s soccer finishes SUNYAC championship with victory, earns a bid to the NCAA tournament

Geneseo women’s soccer has won the SUNYAC Tournament for the second year in a row. After blanking SUNY Plattsburgh 2-0 in the semi-finals, they went on to beat SUNY Cortland in the finals by a score of 1-0.

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Women shine as Blue Wave opens winter season with winning records

The Blue Wave washed away most of its competition in their first matches of the winter season. As swimming and diving returns from a season where both the men’s and women’s teams won SUNYAC titles, they plan to exceed expectations. 

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Ice Knights demonstrate strong start, remain undefeated through first two weekends of play

The Geneseo Ice Knights opened up SUNYAC play over the weekend with a Friday Nov. 2 matchup at SUNY Fredonia and a Saturday Nov. 3 matchup at home against Buffalo State. Geneseo entered the weekend ranked no. 3 in the nation with a 2-0 record. 

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Sports Editorial: College football should amend postseason, teams deserve a greater chance to compete

The four-team playoff is not perfect, and most fans who follow college football understand that it is flawed, but nobody can agree on a better system. The best way to give more teams a chance to control their own fate is to institute a 16-team playoff.

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Volleyball battles against tough opponents, will host SUNYAC championship this weekend

After the weekend of Friday Oct. 26 and Saturday Oct. 27, Geneseo Volleyball holds a record of 21-9 and maintains their 9-0 conference record. The Knights fell to Clarkson University and Salisbury University, and beat Frostburg State. 

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Field hockey puts up tough fight, falls to New Paltz in semi-final matchup

The Geneseo field hockey team ended their season with a loss in the SUNYAC semi-final on Wednesday Oct. 31 after they wrapped up regular season play on Saturday Oct. 27. The Knights fell to SUNY New Paltz in the semi-finals on Wednesday Oct. 31 by a score of 3-2 and finished the year with a record of 4-2 in conference play and 9-7 overall.

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Ice Knights open year with two blowout wins, conference play set to start this weekend

There certainly was a lot to write home about after the Geneseo Ice Knights’ opening slate of games. With two shut-out wins in away games, the Ice Knights began the season with a bang.

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Winter athletics set to start, expectations are high for all Geneseo teams this season

It is once again that time of year for winter athletics to shine. As fall athletics on campus come to an end with postseason play, winter athletics begin to take shape. Ice Knights hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving and men’s and women’s indoor track will all be underway soon. 

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Vandenberg: Red Sox and Dodgers face off in historic World Series matchup, Boston seems to be favorite to win

A battle between two historic franchises will take place in this year’s World Series. The Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers will each vie for the pennant in a series that will close out the month of October for baseball fans. While the Dodgers may have favorable odds, Boston looks like they will be crowned the winner by the end of the fall classic. 

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Women’s soccer closes out season with a win, prepares to host SUNYACs next week

Although they may have lost their eight-game shutout win streak, the Geneseo women’s soccer team came back strong with two wins to help them remain a strong contender for the SUNYAC title.

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Volleyball ends strong, set to host SUNYAC tournament

The Geneseo Knights volleyball team are 9-0 in conference play after a triumphant weekend of SUNYAC pool play. To increase their record to 20-7 overall, they took down SUNY Plattsburgh, SUNY New Paltz and SUNY Fredonia. 

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