Senior Kelly Bergin (pictured left) scored two goals with one assist and senior Anne Beinetti broke the school record by scoring her 17th goal of the season as the Geneseo women's soccer team blanked the host Elmira Soaring Eagles, 4-0. Beinetti notched her record-setting goal to open the scoring at 18:00 on an assist from Bergin, surpassing the 16 goals scored by Jackie Fertitta '06 in 2002.. In the second half, Bergin scored from junior Bethany Kwarta at 51:18 and added an unassisted goal at 67:45 for a 3-0 lead. Sophomore Alexa Krebs completed the scoring at 77:33 with an unassisted goal. Sophomore Julia Sanger made four saves to post her sixth shutout of the season. Geneseo moves to 13-4-1 overall and travels to #4 Oneonta for the first round of the SUNYAC tournament on Saturday at 1 p.m.
The Geneseo men's soccer team traveled to St. John Fisher for their regular season finale this afternoon and tied the Cardinals with a score of 2-2. After St. John Fisher took a 1-0 lead at 30:04, senior Ian Mort (pictured left), who missed the past four games due to injury, scored his ninth goal of the season from Craig Schackner at 38:54. The Cardinals reclaimed the lead at 46:00 of the second half, but Geneseo answered as Schackner fed senior Ken DiDonna for his second goal of the season at 55:30. Junior Nick Voggel got his first start of the season in nets and made two saves as Geneseo completes the regular season at 8-6-3. The Blue Knights, seeded third, host the New Paltz Hawks on Saturday at 1 p.m. in the first round of the SUNYAC tournament.