Dom Oliveri begins his seventh season as head coach of the Knights in 2017. Oliveri has compiled a 51-48-15 record during his tenure and has led the Knights to a SUNYAC Tournament berth in three of the last six years.
Last year, Oliveri led the Knights to a record of 9-7-2, narrowly missing a postseason bid. Brad Campion '17 earned first team honors, Ethan Gunty '17 and Matt D'Amico '17 each snagged second team honors while Dillon Medd '20 was named third team All-Conference. Campion was also named SUNYAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year and CoSIDA Academic All-America.
In 2015, the Knights compiled a 10-6-3 record for the team's second-consecutive double-digit win campaign. The previous year, he led Geneseo to a 11-8-2 overall record, including a 4-4-1 SUNYAC mark that clinched the fifth seed for the conference tournament. After defeating Potsdam, 2-0, in the first round, the Knights fell at eventual national semifinalist, Oneonta, 4-0. Campion was named to the 2014 NSCAA Div. III Men's All-East Region Third Team for his efforts during the year.
Oliveri spent seven seasons as an assistant coach under Mike Mooney, who was named Director of Athletics at Geneseo in June 2011 after 26 seasons as the head men's soccer coach.
A 2001 graduate of Geneseo, Oliveri was a standout striker for Mooney from 1996-2000 and still stands sixth on the career chart with 13 assists to go along with his 19 goals for 51 points.
A native of Rochester, New York, and graduate of Greece Athena High School, Oliveri holds a United States Soccer Federation National Class C coaching license and spent five years as the 16-18 boys coach for the Rochester Jr. Rhinos.