The Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) named senior defender Lindsey Feuz an ECAC Division III Women's Soccer Upstate First team All-Star. Feuz adds this most recent award to her SUNYAC Women's Soccer Player of the Year honors and first team All-SUNYAC recognition. Feuz led the Geneseo defense to a SUNYAC-best 0.68 goals per game on their way to the SUNYAC team title and berth in the NCAA Division III tournament.
The SUNY Geneseo Blue Knights lead the SUNYAC Commissioner's Cup standings following the fall season. Geneseo accumulated 59.75 points over the seven fall sports for an average of 8.54 points per sport. Cortland stands second with 8.07 points per sport. The Red Dragons have won eight of nine Commissioner Cup competitions, with Geneseo claiming the title in 2002-03.
The SUNYAC Commissioner's Cup point system is determined by the 20 different conference sports in the fall, winter and spring. A 10-point system is used in each sport. The first-place team gets 10 points, the second-place team gets 9 points and so on. A team's regular-season finish will be added to their post-season finish and divided by two for their final total for that sport. The total number of points that a school accumulates is divided by the number of conference sports it has. This school total determines the overall winner at the end of the school year.
The Knights earned the maximum of 10 points for SUNYAC championships in women's tennis, men's and women's cross country. Women's field hockey collected nine points for a second place finish, while the women's soccer team amassed 7.75 points for combining their SUNYAC tournament title with a tie for fifth place in the regular season. The men's soccer team claimed 7.5 points, while the women's volleyball team totaled 5.5.