Will Eng, Men's Swimming & Diving

Will Eng, Men's Swimming & Diving
Major: Business Administration

Eng helped Geneseo to a pair of victories over Fredonia and Grove City in the Fredonia Tri-Meet this Saturday. Eng placed first in the 50 free with a time of 21.81 and then won the 100 free with a 47.68 finish. In the 200 free relay, Eng clocked a 21.68 leg as the Knights touched first with a time of 1:26.16.

2018-19 Geneseo Male Athlete of the Week Archives

Oct. 29 - Sean McAneny, Men's Cross Country
Major: English

McAneny won the individual crown to pace the Knights to their fifth-consecutive team title at the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Championships, hosted by Fredonia. He covered the muddy 8-kilometer course with a time of 28:28.2 for his second-straight top-10 finish after a ninth-place effort last year.

Oct. 15 - Gavin Gleasman, Men's Soccer
Major: Education and Geology

Gleasman powered the Geneseo offense with a three-goal performance as the Knights cruised to a 4-0 win at St. John Fisher on Tuesday. The senior forward scored three times in the first half to record his first career hat trick and give Geneseo the victory.

Oct. 8 - Bryan Wager, Men's Soccer
Major: Biochemistry

Wager scored both of the Knights' goals, including an overtime game-winner, in their 2-1 victory over New Paltz on Saturday. The forward beat a defender to a ball over the top and finished to put Geneseo ahead in the first half. Then in overtime, he connected with a header on a corner kick, converting to give the Knights a golden-goal victory. 

Oct. 1 - Sean McAneny, Men's Cross Country
Major: English

McAneny finished in second place out of more than 300 runners at the Mike Woods Invitational at Letchworth State Park on Saturday afternoon, clocking in at 25:15.3. He paced the Knights to a first-place team finish as the squad placed seven runners in the top 15. 

Sept. 24 - Jack Tate, Men's Cross Country
Major: Psychology & Sociology

Tate finished first out of 233 runners to lead Geneseo to second place at the Harry F. Anderson Invitational, Saturday, in Rochester. He covered the eight-kilometer course in a time of 25:25.6 to best the field by nearly 37 seconds. Geneseo finished one point shy of Division II Roberts Wesleyan while finishing ahead of Cortland, Fredonia, Brockport and Buffalo State in the 21-team competition.

Sept. 17 - Liam Dole, Men's Soccer
Major: Communication

Dole started both games in net for the Knights, leading Geneseo to a 2-0-0 week with wins over Houghton, 2-1, and Hobart, 1-0. Against the Highlanders, Dole made five saves, allowing only a breakaway goal, to earn the victory. On Saturday against Hobart, Dole made five saves, including a first half penalty kick, to preserve a shutout and give the Knights the victory.

Sept. 10 - Luke Holtzman, Men's Cross Country
Major: Chemistry & Mathematics

Holtzman took a first place finish at the Oswego Invitational on Saturday, traversing the 6k course in 18:54.9. He led a Geneseo contingent that finished with a perfect 15 points for first place out of four teams.

Sept. 4 - Eddie O'Brien-Curcie, Men's Cross Country
Major: History

O'Brien-Curcie finished first out of 47 runners to lead the Knights to a first-place finish at the Cardinal Early Season Invitational, hosted by St. John Fisher, Friday. O'Brien-Curcie covered the 6,000-meter course in a time of 20:16.5, besting the field by nearly 18 seconds.

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