Senior Michelle Milkovich scored a pair of unassisted goals to set a new single season record with 33 points on 12 goals and nine assists to lead the Geneseo field hockey team to a 2-0 win over visiting Brockport. The victory is Geneseo's 11th straight and school record 12th of the season against just one loss and gives the Blue Knights a perfect 6-0 SUNYAC mark with four non-league games to go before the SUNYAC Tournament. In the first half, Milkovich knocked a shot off a Brockport defender and into the net for a 1-0 lead at 24:16. In the second half, Milkovich collected a pass in the center off a penalty corner and fired home the rebound of her own shot for a 2-0 lead at 39:58. Sophomore Caitlyn Dowell picked up the win in goal by making two saves in 60:49 of action, while classmate Nicole Zito stopped two shots in the final 9:11. Sophomore Kasey Schreiner made eight saves for the Golden Eagles as Geneseo had a 16-5 shot advantage and 11-9 corner count. Geneseo travels to Elmira on Thursday.
The women's soccer team traveled to Oswego this afternoon and won a 3-1 decision over the Lakers. Geneseo scored twice in the first half and led 3-0 before giving up the lone Laker goal with 2:38 left in the contest. Junior Kelly Bergin opened the scoring at 16:56 off an assist from Emily Novak and first year Olivia Panepinto scored unassisted at 25:40 to give the Knights the two-goal lead. At 50:45, junior Anne Beinetti scored off an assist from classmate Bre Glynn after a service from senior Ashley Keogh for a three-score cushion. Senior Katie Clerkin made three saves to earn the win in nets as the Blue Knights move to 9-5-0 overall and 3-4-0 in SUNYAC. Geneseo hosts Buffalo State on Friday at 3 p.m.
The men's soccer team hosted Oswego this afternoon and won a 2-1 decision to move to 7-6-1 overall and 4-3-0 in SUNYAC. Geneseo struck early as senior Ben Ariola finished from six yards out after junior Colin Begy beat an Oswego defender on the endline and fed a pass to the middle at 9:12. Geneseo took a 2-0 lead just after intermission when junior Ian Mort collected his own rebound of a shot blocked by a defender and scored his ninth goal of the campaign at 47:04. Oswego notched their goal with 2:13 left to make the final. Junior Sam Murphy made five saves to earn the win in goal. Geneseo travels to Buffalo State on Friday.
The women's cross country team traveled to the Rochester Invitational this afternoon and finished third of 15 teams. Sophomore Marissa Liberati paced Geneseo by finishing seventh in a time of 18:28 and junior Alyssa Smith crossed 12th in 18:55. Geneseo's Emily Sullivan was 15th in 19:02, Julie Dmochowski was 22nd in 19:13 and Danae Polsin completed the scoring five with a 29th place time of 19:30. Geneseo next competes at the SUNYAC Championships at Oswego on October 30.
The men's cross country team finished fifth of 15 teams at the Rochester Invitational today as the Blue Knights rested most of their top runners. Senior Mark Streb was the top finisher for the Blue Knights, placing 10th in 26:08 and Chris Carter finished 21st in 26:30. Geneseo's scoring five included Alex Belenz, who was 40th in 27:08, Ben Peterson, who was 43rd in 27:11 and Max Jacobsen, who crossed 48th in 27:15. Geneseo is off until defending their SUNYAC title on Saturday, October 30 at Oswego.