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Men’s Ice Hockey Shuts Out Potsdam, 7-0, in SUNYAC Semifinal

GENESEO, N.Y. - SUNY Geneseo senior forward Andrew Romano scored a goal and added three assists as the Knights defeated Potsdam, 7-0, in the semifinal round of the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Tournament on Saturday night at Ira S. Wilson Arena.


  • Senior forward Conlan Keenan quickly got the scoring started by burying a power play goal 2:03 into the game. Sophomore forward Brendan Miller added a goal of his own before the first period ended.
  • Just 47 seconds into the second period, Keenan scored his second power play goal of the game, assisted by Romano and sophomore defender Chris Perna.
  • After junior forward Gordan Helmuth made the score 4-0, junior forward Devin Brink finished a breakaway to create a 5-0 lead. Junior forward Dan Bosio and Romano built a 7-0 lead before the second period ended with one a goal each.
  • In the third period, junior goaltender Aaron Mackay made 14 saves, finishing with a career-high 30 saves, to earn the shutout and 7-0 victory.


  • Mackay earned his second career shutout and his second in his last three appearances.
  • Romano leads NCAA Division III hockey with 55 points this season.
  • Keenan and Romano are now tied with 170 career points each.
  • The Knights are now 16-0-1 when scoring the first goal in the game. 


Geneseo will host its third-consecutive SUNYAC title game on Saturday, March 7th at 7:00 p.m. The Knights will face the winner of Oswego and Plattsburgh, scheuled to play on Tuesday, Mar 3rd in the opposite SUNYAC Semifinal.