Men’s lacrosse drops first SUNYAC matchup, looks to bounce back at home against Oneonta

Prior to beginning SUNYAC play against SUNY Plattsburgh, Geneseo had a tough test against the Rochester Institute of Technology Tigers, a team ranked third in the nation as of March 27. Even though Geneseo ended up losing the game 14-5, the Knights held the Tigers three goals under their season average of 17 goals per game. 

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Women’s lacrosse ends tough non-conference stretch, earns important win over Plattsburgh

Coming off a 13-12 victory against the Rochester Institute of Technology on March 27, the Geneseo women’s lacrosse team looked to continue the momentum going into their next game versus the 17th ranked William Smith College Herons. The Knights traveled to Geneva to take on the Herons and Geneseo fell 13-10. 

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Women’s swimming and diving succeeds at nationals, several receive All-American honors

Members of Geneseo’s women’s swimming and diving team were able to extend their season long past its usual end date by qualifying for and competing at the NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships meet held March 20-23. Geneseo placed 19th overall out of 50 teams, with three individual athletes earning All-American honors.

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Softball starts season with winning record after successful spring break

The Geneseo softball team traveled to Clermont, Fla. over spring break to kick off their season. The Knights returned home with an 8-4 record. 

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Buffalo closes out free agency push, begins to ramp up preparation for league draft

The new league year is underway, and the NFL is just under one month away from the draft, which begins April 25. For the Buffalo Bills, this means an end to the hectic first few weeks of free agency and the beginning of the pre-draft visitation period for players who have committed to the draft.

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Women’s lacrosse stumbles in Florida, bounces back on the road against RIT

Starting the season strong was a step in the right direction for the Geneseo women’s lacrosse team. Their spring break trip to Englewood, Fla., however, proved to be a rough patch for the Knights. 

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Ice Knights falls to Norwich in national semifinal as historic season comes to an end

The road to the NCAA Division III men’s ice hockey semifinals was long in more ways than one. While Geneseo didn’t take any roads at all en route to Wisconsin for their semifinal game against the Norwich University Cadets from Vermont, it was every game played, every goal scored and every mile traveled leading up to it that put them in this illustrious position. 

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Softball set to begin play, travel to Florida for spring break

After a 32-9 record in a 2018 season that included a SUNYAC championship title, the Geneseo Knights softball team looks to repeat their success in the 2019 season. 

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Buffalo makes early splash, builds offensive talent as free agency commences

The NFL’s free agency negotiation period began at noon on Monday March 11. During this period, teams can speak to players about signing them and verbally agree to contracts, but none of these deals became official until the start of the league year on Wednesday March 13 at 4 p.m. 

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Raiders’s coach disproves critics’ doubts with acquisition of wide receiver Antonio Brown

The collapse of the Pittsburgh Steelers is in full swing. Contract negations, off-field disrespect and player feuds drove 30-year old wide receiver Antonio Brown and 27-year-old running back Le’Veon Bell out of Pittsburgh. The two players combined for 109 touchdowns and 16,543 yards for Pittsburgh over the past nine NFL seasons. Across the country in California, the Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden appears to be reaping the benefits. 

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Men’s lacrosse faces tough out-of-conference schedule, drops two home games in a row

The Geneseo men’s lacrosse team squared off against the St. Lawrence University Saints for their 2019 home opener on Saturday March 9.

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Women’s lacrosse opens season undefeated, defeats Clarkson in most recent game

In May 2018, the Geneseo women’s lacrosse team found themselves with a disappointing end to their season: a loss in the SUNYAC semifinal. The momentum leading up to that game, however, was never lost and has propelled the team to begin this season with three straight wins. 

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Buffalo Bills unlikely to select DeKaylin Metcalf, despite national media predictions

The 2019 NFL combine ended this week. College players from around the nation came to display their physical abilities in the hopes of wooing teams and moving up draft boards. One of the most impressive players at this year’s combine was wide receiver DeKaylin Metcalf.

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Track and field teams secure conference titles, send athletes to national meet

Now that winter is close to ending, there are many things to look forward to: blooming flowers, green grass and sunny days without blinding snow on the ground. For Geneseo’s track and field team, the warmer weather means the beginning of the outdoor season. 

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Women’s basketball team falls to reigning national champions after win in NCAA game

With the regular season and the SUNYACs finished, Geneseo women’s basketball traveled to Amherst, Mass. to compete in the NCAA’s Division III tournament. Although they came away with a win on Friday March 1 against the Vassar College Brewers, they didn’t make it past Amherst’s own Amherst College Mammoths in a game on Saturday March 2. 

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Ice Knights repeat as SUNYAC champions, defeat SUNY Oswego after close game

The Geneseo Ice Knights were given the opportunity to accomplish multiple potentially exciting achievements on Saturday March 2. They squared off against their rivals, SUNY Oswego, in the SUNYAC Championship game and won. 

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Sports Editorial: Antonio Brown on trading block, but Buffalo Bills will not be his new team

February is usually a quiet month for the NFL; teams cannot trade players and draft talk has usually not ramped up quite yet. This year has been a different story. 

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Women’s basketball falls in conference final, receives at-large bid to NCAA tournament

Geneseo women’s basketball ended the SUNYAC tournament this past weekend by splitting their two games. Despite their eventual loss to the SUNY New Paltz Hawks in the overtime of the SUNYAC championship, the Knights officially received an at-large bid for the NCAA Division III tournament. 

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Blue Wave earns another SUNYAC trophy, continues historic success

For three long days in late February, the Geneseo swimming and diving team put their season on the line to compete at the SUNYAC Championships. Unsurprisingly, both the men’s and women’s teams returned to Geneseo this past Saturday as champions. 

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Ice Knights defeat Fredonia, advance to SUNYAC Championship match

The regular season conference champions Geneseo Ice Knights hit the ice on Saturday Feb. 23 in the SUNYAC semi-finals as winners of 19 of their last 20 games.

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