GENESEO, N.Y. - Former SUNY Geneseo runner Genny Corcoran '20, was named the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Women's Cross Country Athlete of the Decade while head coach Dan Moore '05 was named Coach of the Decade to lead seven student-athletes chosen to the SUNYAC All-Decade Team.
To be eligible for the SUNYAC All-Decade Team, athletes must have competed in the SUNYAC at least one season during the 2010-11 academic year through 2019-20 academic year and athletes must have been named to the All-SUNYAC team more than once, named Athlete of the Year once, or competed at the NCAA Championships at least twice.
SUNYAC ATHLETE OF THE DECADE - GENNY CORCORAN '20
Genny Corcoran was named SUNYAC Women's Cross Country Athete of the Decade after capping her cross country career with the best individual finish at NCAA Championships in Geneseo program history. At the 2019 NCAA Division III Women's Cross Country Championships, Corcoran raced to second place, earning her second-career All-America honor. Corcoran finished second at the 2019 Atlantic Regional and finished first in each of her 2019 races previous, including the SUNYAC Championships. In 2018, Corcoran was named All-SUNYAC, All-Region and All-American, finishing 20th at the NCAA Championships. She was a three-time All-SUNYAC and three-time All-Region selection as well.
SUNYAC COACH OF THE DECADE - DAN MOORE '05
Head Coach Dan Moore took over the men's and women's cross country programs in 2015 and has led the Knights to SUNYAC Championships in both men's and women's cross country every year since. An eight-time Atlantic Region Coach of the Year and eight-time SUNYAC Coach of the Year, Moore has coached six women's cross country student-athletes to seven All-America awards in his tenure. His teams' dominance in SUNYAC competition and excellence on the national stage earned him SUNYAC Coach of the Decade honors.
CASSIE GOODMAN '15
Cassie Goodman earned her place on the SUNYAC All-Decade team after notching three top-10 finishes at the SUNYAC Championships, four top-20 finishes at the Atlantic Regional Championships and four top-100 finishes at the NCAA Championships, including a 20th place All-American finish in 2014. Goodman helped the Knights to a fifth-place finish at the NCAA Championships in 2014, beginning a six-year streak of top-10 performances at the national championship race.
KRISTEN HOMEYER '18
Kristen Homeyer was named to the SUNYAC All-Decade team after earning All-SUNYAC honors in each of her four seasons. She was twice an All-Atlantic Region finisher, competed four times at the national championship meet and earned All-American honors with a 32nd place finished in the 2017 NCAA Division III Women's Cross Country Championships.
JACQUELINE HUBEN '16
Huben was a three-time All-SUNYAC finisher, crossing in the top five at the 2013, 2014 and 2015 SUNYAC Championships. She placed within the top-25 at the Atlantic Regional Championships in 2014 and 2015. At the 2015 NCAA Championships, Huben crossed in 29th overall to earn All-America honors.
MARISSA LIBERATI '13
Marissa Liberati was a two-time All-SUNYAC finisher with a pair of All-Region awards as well. In 2010, Liberati finished first at the SUNYAC Championships, second at the Atlantic Regional Championships and then earned All-American honors with a 27th place finish at the NCAA Division III Women's Cross Country Championships.
ELISE RAMIREZ '19
Elise Ramirez was a four-time All-SUNYAC finisher, two-time SUNYAC Champion and two-time SUNYAC Runner of the Year. She earned three top-15 finishes at the Atlantic Regional, including a first-place finish in 2018 and competed in four NCAA Championship meets. At the 2018 NCAA Division III Women's Cross Country Championships, Ramirez crossed in 25th place overall to earn All-American honors.
SARA ROSENZWEIG '17
Sara Rosenzweig earned a place on the SUNYAC All-Decade team after three All-SUNYAC finishes, including a pair of first-place finishes at the 2015 and 2016 SUNYAC Championships. In 2015, she was an All-Region finisher and placed 37th at NCAA Championships. The next season, Rosenzweig placed ninth in the Atlantic Regional and then earned All-American honors with a 28th place finish at the NCAA Division III Women's Cross Country National Championships.