Geneseo's men's and women's cross country teams both won Saturday's State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) titles.
The men's soccer team (6-10-2) lost 3-1 at Cortland in the SUNYAC quarterfinals and the field hockey team (12-5) lost 5-2 at #12 Skidmore.
The ice hockey team (2-1-1) tied Buffalo State 4-4 in overtime.
Geneseo rallied from deficits of 2-0 and 4-3 to force overtime, posting a 4-4 tie. Ryan Bulach scored a pair of power play goals, putting Geneseo on the board late in the first half, then adding the tying goal with 3:44 to go in regulation. Nate Brown added a power-play goal in the opening period and Colin de Jersey notched his second goal of the season.
Zachary Vit assisted on both of Bulach's goals. Adam Rubeniak recorded 30 saves, including four in overtime.
The host Thoroughbreds scored the game's first four goals and held on for a 5-2 win that snapped Geneseo's six-game winning streak. Skidmore is ranked second in the NCAA North Atlantic Region; the Blue Knights are fifth.
Bridget McGovern and Lorelie Morrow scored second-half goals at Skidmore; McGovern's goal, her third of the season, was assisted by Kayla DeAngelis; the assist was DeAngelis' 13th, moving her into sixth on the program's career list. Kailey Suhr picked up her first career assist on Morrow's goal.
Dayna Mercer stopped five shots over the first 28:44; Caitlyn Dowell made six saves (two short of her career high).
The Blue Knights wrap up their regular season Tuesday at Nazareth.
Rob Loccisano put the fifth-seeded Blue Knights on the board first before the host Red Dragons, seeded fourth, scored the next three goals. With the win Cortland advances to play at top-seeded Plattbsurgh in the SUNYAC semifinals.
Loccisano scored his first goal of the season in the eighth minute with Pat Lynch recording his team-best sixth assist. Nick Voggel made three saves in goal.
The Blue Knights were making their 15th consecutive appearance in the conference playoffs.