Sports Editorial: Antonio Brown saga continues, fans await investigation on sexual assault allegations

Throughout the history of the National Football League, there have been certain players who would always find themselves making headlines because of their behavior. Quarterbacks can be temperamental and cripple their team, running backs do much of the same and even defensive players occasionally cause a fuss. 

Read More
In

Volleyball loses out of state, bounces back on home court

The Knights volleyball team traveled to Boston this past weekend, where they faced Babson College, MIT and Endicott College in the MIT tournament held in Cambridge, Mass. The matches’ scores did not fall in favor of the Knights as they went 0-3 on the weekend. 

Read More
In

Field hockey improves record to 4-2, defeat out of conference opponents

Geneseo field hockey added to their win total with a victory over Washington and Jefferson College, led by senior forward Elisa Arcara. The win improved the team’s record to 4-2 this season.

Read More
In

Ultimate frisbee competes at first tournament, anticipates significant development in coming weeks

Last weekend, Geneseo’s club ultimate frisbee team traveled to their first organized tournament of the year, Head of the Pig, on Clarkson University’s campus in Potsdam, N.Y. Although the club is normally split between the men’s team Snail and the women’s team Escargot, the team competed as a single co-ed entity for this tournament. Women’s and men’s team captains collaborated to create a fun but competitive atmosphere for the rest of the roster during play.

Read More
In

Player Profile: Wager, team hope to continue historic start, aiming for post-season run

Bryan Wager is a major reason the Geneseo men’s soccer team started the 2019 season 4-0, the team’s best start to a season since 1989. Wager has already scored two goals on the season, bringing his career total to ten. 

Read More

Soccer defends at home, defeats Clarkson 1-0

Geneseo men’s soccer improved to a 3-0 record with a win over Clarkson, led once again by senior forward Bryan Wager.

Read More
In

Bills Beat: Bills defeat division rival Jets, quarterback makes game saving halftime adjustments

Winning heals all wounds. In this case, a 17-16 victory over the New York Jets was able to wash away the terrible first half that second-year Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen had in Week 1 of the NFL season.

Read More
In

Final Grand Slam of the decade showcases changing of the guard

The fourth and final Grand Slam tournament of the year, the U.S. Open, concluded last weekend with record-breaking and notable finishes in both the men’s and women’s singles competitions. More than 700,000 people flocked to the courts in Flushing Meadow in Queens, N.Y. for two weeks of the world’s best tennis players matched up against each other.

Read More
In

Volleyball vastly improves during Ohio tournament, Cergol and Mendelsohn achieve career milestones

Following their disappointing start to the season, the Knights were able to impressively right the ship during their visit to Ohio for the Case Western Reserve Invitational. In addition to that, they surpassed an out-of-conference powerhouse team from University of Rochester to win the season’s home opener on Tuesday Sept. 10.

Read More
In

Field hockey takes down Skidmore College, continues to exemplify stellar defensive play

Geneseo’s field hockey team put their tough loss to Vassar College on Aug. 31 behind them and returned to form in their next two games. The Knights won with a combined 8-1 score in what has proved to be a great start to the season for the team as a whole.

Read More

Volleyball falls short in season openers, expects to make improvements this weekend on the road

The Geneseo volleyball team returned to campus on Aug. 16 for summer workouts and the beginning of their preseason practices. This season, the Knights welcome five new first-year players: defensive specialists Emily Haber and Emily Bablin, middle blocker Jackie Borland, setter Grace Thomas and outside hitter Isabella Imbo.

Read More
In

Field hockey fights through games over the weekend, optimistic for improvement

This past weekend, four field hockey teams from across the Northeast, including Geneseo, met on the Vassar College campus in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. for the annual Betty Richie tournament. Joining the Knights were the Marywood Pacers, the Stevens Institute of Technology Ducks and hosts Vassar Brewers.

Read More
In

Bills Beat: Bills release veteran LeSean McCoy, aim for running back by committee for 2019 season

Former Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy did not have much time to enjoy the Bills’ first undefeated preseason in franchise history. The 31-year-old veteran was cut by Bills general manager Brandon Beane on Saturday Aug. 31, less than 24 hours after the team’s preseason triumph.

Read More
In

Both cross-country teams shine at first meet, strive to build upon their early success

The Geneseo men’s and women’s cross-country teams showed out at the 2019 St. John Fisher Terry Rodenbeck Invitational on Friday Aug. 30. The men’s team competed in a six-kilometer competition while the women’s team participated in a four-kilometer race. Despite facing fierce competition, both teams came in first place.

Read More
In

Women’s soccer picks up two victories, sets foundation for promising season

The Geneseo women’s soccer team started the season with two wins over Houghton College and the University of Rochester, setting themselves up for another dominant year in the SUNYAC.

Read More

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.

Read More
In

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.

Read More
In

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.

Read More
In

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.

Read More
In

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.

Read More
In