Wednesday's Contest Summaries

Women's Field Hockey

Senior Stephanie Maisonet scored her fifth goal of the season off an assist from senior Michelle Milkovich at the 3:37 mark of overtime to give the women's field hockey team a 1-0 win over host Nazareth, extending their win streak to eight games. The Blue Knights posted 35 shots in the contest and Nazareth's Kelsey Evans made 27 saves. Sophomore Caitlyn Dowell made two saves to earn the shutout as the Blue Knights move to 9-1 on the season. Geneseo travels to Brockport on Saturday.

Women's Soccer

The women's soccer team broke open a tight contest with a pair of goals 1:17 apart late in the second half to defeat visiting Keuka College, 3-0. Geneseo took a 1-0 lead at 27:07 when sophomore Emily Novak sent a long ball at a bad angle from the far right sideline towards the net and it went just under the crossbar for a goal. Geneseo controlled play in the second half, eventually finishing with a 24-3 advantage in shots, but did not score again until 81:27 when first year Kelly Quinn headed a Kelly Bergin cross from six yards out for a 2-0 lead. Sophomore Nicole Swift crossed to the identical spot at the 82:44 mark and Bergin finished on a header for the final tally. Senior Katie Clerkin made one save to post the shutout as Geneseo moves to 7-4-0. The Blue Knights travel to Westminster, Pennsylvania on Saturday.

Men's Soccer

The men's soccer team traveled to Nazareth this afternoon and dropped an exciting 3-2 decision. Geneseo fell behind by a score of 3-0 as the Golden Flyers struck early at 1:34 and added scores early in the second half at 48:36 and 52:07. Geneseo began the comeback at 72:08 when senior Andy Marzo scored his second of the year from senior Ben Ariola. The Blue Knights made the game interesting when first year Craig Schackner scored off an assist from Kevin Castine at the 83:33 mark. The Golden Flyers held off Geneseo the remaining seven minutes to earn the win. Junior Sam Murphy got the start and made six saves with three goals allowed in 75:08, while senior Mike Madarasz was untested in the final 14:52. Geneseo falls to 5-5-1 overall and travels to Brockport on Saturday.