It’s All in the Numbers
Mar14

It’s All in the Numbers

Data can help athletes of all levels achieve their goals. Geneseo’s award-winning swimming and diving coach gets us started. If you take a look at Geneseo swimming and diving Head Coach Paul Dotterweich’s resumé since taking over the program in 2000, a couple of numbers jump off the page:  32: The number of SUNYAC Championships his teams have won.  18: The times he has been voted SUNYAC Coach of the Year.  What is the secret to...

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Make the Most of a Run
Dec13

Make the Most of a Run

A triathlete shares how to choose a best route, whether you’re jogging from home or traveling. Twice a week, Graham Bailey ’88 hits the road at 5 a.m. to run six to eight miles around his neighborhood in Riverside, Conn. By 7:45 a.m., he’s at his desk at Citigroup Global Markets in Manhattan. On the weekends, he’ll log 10 to 13 miles on a route that parallels the coast of Long Island Sound. With a goal of hitting a pace of eight to...

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Three Decades Later, Geneseo Still Inspires
Dec12

Three Decades Later, Geneseo Still Inspires

Mike Mooney started his career coaching soccer in 1985 and figured it would be a short stay. He remains a fixture behind one of the top Division 3 athletic departments in the country. Mike Mooney planned to get his soccer coaching career off the ground at Geneseo and move on. Thirty-three years later, he’s mentored countless student-athletes and coaches while transforming the Knights into one of the premier programs in Division III...

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Don’t Get Sidelined
Aug15

Don’t Get Sidelined

Geneseo’s head trainer tells us how to be prepared for play at any age. VIDEO: Meet Sue Chichester and learn how she prepares for bicycling. Nearly 450 student-athletes compete as part of the Geneseo Intercollegiate Athletic Department. This year, they won a total of 13 SUNY titles. Head Athletic Trainer Angelo Zegarelli ensures they are competing at peak performance. With over 20 years of experience, he knows his way around sports...

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Sparking a New Generation of Knights
Aug15

Sparking a New Generation of Knights

Coaches, who themselves were stand-out student-athletes at Geneseo, know their athletes will fit in here.  Sustaining success isn’t always easy, but an important component of Geneseo’s run of athletic accomplishments are our former athletes who assist the next generation of Knight athletes. Their own experiences playing on teams at Geneseo have inspired them to recommend the Knights to their own stand-out student-athletes. Joe Zera...

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Video: Ready to play, at any age
Aug15

Video: Ready to play, at any age

Sue Chichester, chief information officer and director of Computing & Information Technology at the College, is a biking enthusiast. She recently helped us out with an article on how to be prepared for play at any age, with tips from Geneseo’s head athletic trainer, Angelo Zegarelli. See how Sue trains for her bicycle...

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The Junior Ice Knights
Apr04

The Junior Ice Knights

Geneseo hockey players team up with a youth club on and off the ice. Hockey practice might not be the place where you’d think to find examples of what makes Geneseo a great community. But, when the team comes off the ice after practice, there’s a special interaction that occurs — one that’s been forged for more than 15 years. As the team exits, they cross paths with a scurry of pint-sized hockey players, the Junior Ice Knights, whose...

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Motivate from the Sidelines
Apr04

Motivate from the Sidelines

An ice hockey fan gives the lowdown on cheering your team to victory. Every Geneseo athletics event includes cheering fans, from classmates, friends, and family members to residents who pull on their favorite team garb and chant, “GEN-UH-SEE-OH” until they are hoarse. We have a passionate community that supports all who compete in the Blue and White. The Blue Crew, the enthusiastic, chest-painted fans in the student section of the...

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A Return to the Ice
Apr01

A Return to the Ice

Many people may brag that they bleed their school colors, but if you prick the finger of Dan Loughran ’86, you just may see blue. Loughran retired in 2016 after a successful 30-year career in investment management and currently serves as chair of the Geneseo Foundation’s Finance Committee and chair of the Roundtable Athletic Association, whose members support student-athlete programs at the College. Recently, he added “men’s ice...

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Keeping the Winning Program Strong
Dec01

Keeping the Winning Program Strong

“It’s not really that hard of a decision to support Geneseo,” said Kevin Gavagan ’75. “The students are well-rounded, bright and hard-working, and we alumni have an obligation to give back and keep that winning program strong.”

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