Senior forward Khadija Campbell earned Most Valuable Player after scoring 12 points with 16 rebounds and four assists and the Geneseo defense held host Wooster (OH) scoreless over the final 7:33 to win the Scot Tournament championship game this afternoon, 66-46. Geneseo trailed 15-5 early in the contest but responded with a 22-5 run on the way to a 29-27 lead at the intermission. In the second half, the game remained close with the Scots tying the score at 46 with 7:33 to play on a three-pointer before Geneseo shut them down the rest of the way. Sophomore Taylor Hamlin went four of seven from the arc for 12 points and four other Blue Knights added seven points in the game. Junior Bri Dunton was named the tournament defensive MVP and sophomore Melissa Graham garnered All-Tournament team. Geneseo is 3-0 on the season and opens the Wendy's College Classic on Tuesday, November 30 at home at 8:15 p.m. with their opponent to be announced at the tournament dinner on Sunday, November 28.
The women's equestrian team competed at Cazenovia today and finished in third place of 11 teams, equalling their finest finish of the season. Geneseo saw five riders earn first place ribbons this afternoon, including junior Casey Williamson over fences in Novice, junior Julianne Pangal on the flat in Open, junior Karina Stamitis on the flat in Novice, sophomore Kelly McCarthy in Walk/Trot and first year Caroline Bernhardt in Beginner Walk, Trot, Canter. Junior Ashley Grove notched a second place in Advanced WTC. The Blue Knights are off until resuming their season next semester.