GENESEO, N.Y. – Four members of the SUNY Geneseo men's soccer squad were named members of the 2016 State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) All-Conference Team. Senior back Brad Campion was voted to the first-team, while senior forwards Ethan Gunty and Matt D'Amico landed second-team honors and first-year goalie Dillon Medd was tabbed a third-team honoree.
Campion was named a first-team all-star for the third consecutive season after anchoring the Knights' defensive unit that only allowed 1.02 goals against while posting seven shutouts throughout the season. Geneseo was particularly stingy on the road, only allowing six goals and less than a 0.60 goals against average.
Gunty' led the Knights with 17 points including tying for the team lead with seven goals to go along with three assists. His season was highlighted by a four-goal showing in a 6-1 victory at Fredonia (Sept. 24). He also scored the game-winning tally in a 2-1 victory at Oswego (Oct. 15) and also had a goal and an assist in the Knights' 2-0 victory over host Swarthmore to clinch the season-opening title at the 18th-Annual Garnett Alumni Classic.
D'Amico also ended the season with seven goals to go along with one assist to finish second on the squad with 15 points . He scored Geneseo's lone goal in a 1-0 victory at Brockport (Oct. 8). He also scored the deciding tally against Swarthmore a day after opening the season with a goal in the squad's 5-0 win over Rosemont (Sept. 3). D'Amico also had both goals in a 2-2 draw with visiting Hobart (Sept. 18).
Medd led the SUNYAC with 86 saves while finishing second with an .843 save percentage and tied for third with six shutouts. He established a career-high with 14 saves in a 1-0 loss to nationally-ranked Cortland (Oct. 14) and was credited with eight saves in a 0-0 tie at RIT (Oct. 5) before stopping seven shots 1-0 win at Brockport (Oct. 8) to notch back-to-back shutouts.
Geneseo finished the season with a 9-7-2, including a 4-5 record in the SUNYAC to finish seventh in the conference standings and miss the postseason by one point.