The men's indoor track and field team traveled to the New York City Armory for the ECAC Division III championships and finished in eighth place of 53 scoring teams with 35 points. The Blue Knights set a pair of school records and a meet record during the two-day championship. Senior Ryan O'Connor posted an ECAC-meet record and NCAA provisional qualifying time of 14:35.73 in winning the 5,000 meters for Geneseo. Senior Mark Streb and junior Chris Carter set school marks as Streb finished eighth in the 1,000 meters in 2:31.01 and Carter ran a seventh-place time of 1:54.89 in the 800 meters. Junior Nwana Okafor won the long jump for the Knights with a distance of 6.94 meters, while junior Lee Berube, sophomore Tom Clark and senior Lee Gabler each ran NCAA provisional qualifying times in the mile run with Berube finishing in 4:11.75, Clark posting a 4:14.33 and Gabler crossing in 4:14.63. The Blue Knights participate in the NCAA Division III championships beginning on Friday at Capital (OH) University.
The Geneseo women's indoor track and field team competed at the ECAC Division III championships at the New York City Armory and finished in 31st place of 47 scoring teams with nine points. Geneseo's Distance Medley Relay team of junior Alyssa Smith, junior Kelly Brunscheen, sophomore Cailin Kowalewski and first year Towi Kuberka set a school and SUNYAC record with an NCAA provisional qualifying and fifth-place time of 11:55.41. Sophomore Brigid Heenan was fourth in the 3,000 meters in a time of 10:21.54 and claimed 12th in the 5,000 meters in 18:02.88. Sophomore Marissa Liberati finished ninth in the mile run with a time of 5:05.09. Geneseo sends select individuals to the NCAA Division III championships at Capital (OH) University on Friday.
The Geneseo men's lacrosse team, ranked 13th in the latest USILA Division III poll, traveled to Nazareth College this afternoon and fell to the #25-ranked Golden Flyers by a score of 14-9. Geneseo jumped out to a 4-2 lead after one quarter of play as seniors Craig Lange and Bobby King each scored a pair of goals. The Golden Flyers recovered to score five goals in the second quarter and five more in the third period to take command of the contest at 12-7 after three. King finished with three scores, Lange added two goals and one assist and seniors Ray Ryan and Scott Cost collected one goal and one assist apiece. First year Ryan Zaremba made nine saves in taking the loss in goal and junior Jeff Watson and first year James Purpura added single goals.