ONE VOICE - The Voice of the Geneseo Student-Athlete Experience

APRIL 13, 2020
Zachary Curran - Men's Track & Field: WHAT SHOULD'VE BEEN

SUNY Geneseo men's track & field senior Zachary Curran '20 was scheduled to compete in the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships. He entered the meet ranked second in the nation in the pole vault and had a legitimate chance to win a national championship. On the morning of the competition, the NCAA cancelled all remaining championships in the interests of the health of the student-athletes due to the impact of the Coronavirus and Zachary lost his last two chances to show the fruits of his labor.

JANUARY 29, 2020
Sara Ciotti - Women's Basketball: MISS YOU ALREADY

Geneseo Women's Basketball will celebrate its Senior Day on Saturday, Feb. 1. In honor of her former teammate, Sara Ciotti '20 talks about what Savannah Williams meant to her, and how Savannah's memory continues to impact her on a day-to-day basis. 

APRIL 6, 2018
Baily Gorman – Women's Track & Field: OUT OF THE WOODS

APRIL 5, 2018
Andrew Cummings – Men's Lacrosse: WILL I BE MYSELF AGAIN?

APRIL 4, 2018
Ashley Byrne – Women's Soccer: ¡Sí, SE PUEDE!

APRIL 3, 2018
Conlan Keenan – Men's Ice Hockey: GOODBYE, MOM. I LOVE YOU

APRIL 2, 2018
Davina Ward – Women's Basketball: THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS

In the spring of 2018, the SUNY Geneseo Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation announced the ONE VOICE initiative.

The goal of ONE VOICE is to illustrate the wide-ranging backgrounds and experiences of our Geneseo student-athletes, while demonstrating how those differences make our common experience as one department, one family – ONE KNIGHT – so powerful. 

Victory. Defeat. Loss. Growth. Diversity. Overcoming obstacles. Having fun. Being part of a team. ONE VOICE will give a voice to the student-athlete experience at Geneseo from a first-person point-of-view. 

Check back for more stories in the future. 

Have a great story to tell? Have a voice you think should be heard? Contact Geneseo Director of Athletic Communications and Media Relations Brett Ford (