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Fall season ends with SUNYAC title for tennis

For the fourth time in five years, the Geneseo tennis team has brought the SUNYAC title home. The team finished off with an excellent 10-0 season, led by juniors Marylen Santos and Cat Crummey.

“The maturity of the team is extremely high,” head coach Jim Chen said.

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Women’s soccer sets sights on first-round bye

October has been good to the Geneseo women’s soccer team. The Knights have put together a 5-0-1 record so far this month. Although their 1-1 draw at SUNY Cortland on Saturday Oct. 18 dropped them from the national rankings, Geneseo is ranked fourth in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America East Region rankings.

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Incoming freshmen receive grant from acclaimed author

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Fall season ends with SUNYAC title for tennis

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Women’s soccer sets sights on first-round bye

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Knights' Life

Geneseo Outing Club trail nears completion

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Career Connections Brunch encourages alumni network

Project Pengyou advocates for Chinese cultural awareness