11 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 1993-1997, 2011, 2015-2019
Six-Time SUNYAC Champions: 1993, 1995, 1996, 2011, 2015, 2018
32 SUNYAC Tournament Appearances: 1984, 1986, 1991-2020
Eight ECAC Tournament Appearances: 1991, 1992, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006
95 All SUNYAC Awards
Nine All-Americans (12 Awards)
GENESEO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL LADDER OF EXCELLENCE
The Geneseo Women's Basketball program instills within its student-athletes the steps in which to grow into successful basketball players, students and people. The Knights base their personal growth on the "Ladder of Excellence," with each rung signifying an important step in the development of our student-athletes.
We are open to communication with student-athletes of all class years at any time - please don't hesitate to contact Coach Polosky at any point in your college search process!
The information below will give you an idea of the steps we hope to take with you throughout the recruiting process.
STEP 1 Fill out a Recruit Questionnaire
STEP 2 Follow up with Coach Polosky
Introduce yourself with an email and be sure to include any highlights or game film, the major(s) you're interested in, and some information about your academics (GPA, test scores, etc.).
STEP 3 Get Seen
Send Coach Polosky your AAU schedule so the Geneseo coaching staff can attend an event to watch and evaluate your play.
STEP 4 Schedule an Official Visit
Schedule an official visit to campus with Coach Polosky to meet the team, watch a game and/or practice, attend a class, and take a campus tour! Per NCAA rules, an official visit cannot be scheduled until after January 1st of your junior year. If you'd like to visit campus before this time, you must schedule a campus tour through our Admissions Office. Please reach out to Coach Polosky if you have any questions about this process.
In addition to team trips, SUNY Geneseo Study Abroad can connect you to interesting and varied opportunities around the world. The Geneseo Study Abroad office provides resources, advice, support through the application process, pre-departure orientation, assistance while overseas, and post-return support.
Geneseo Athletic Facilities
Geneseo's College Stadium is on the west edge of campus, adjacent to athletic facilities in Merritt Fieldhouse and Schrader Hall. The East field (pictured) features a stadium concourse with locker rooms, restrooms, concessions and a full press box as well as the RAA Suite, a space reserved for donors to the Geneseo Athletics programs. The East field is home to Men's and Women's Soccer, Field Hockey and Men's and Women's Lacrosse.
The West field includes lighting, bleacher seating and a press box. The turf is identical to the East field, and is primarily used for practices.
Ira S. Wilson Ice Arena
The 2,100 capacity Ira S. Wilson Ice Arena is home to the men's ice hockey team. In addition, Geneseo Youth Hockey calls the arena home, using more than 30 hours of ice time on a weekly basis. The arena also offer free skate times and hosts intramural sports such as broomball.
The Alumni pool houses the men's and women's swimming & diving teams. With a six-lane capacity and its own diving well, the facility is used for all home intercollegiate meets along with high school sectionals and community recreation time.
The Louise Kuhl Gymnasium is Geneseo's recreational and special event facility. The recreation space was completely renovated in 2021, including state-of-the-art flooring. The facility has regularly played host to Section V volleyball and basketball championships along with several intramurals and recreational activities.
Carl Schrader Gymnasium
Carl Schrader Gymnasium is the home to the women's volleyball and men's and women's basketball teams. The gym opened for competition in the fall of 2006 and has a capacity of 1,000 spectators. In addition, the complex contains four racquetball courts, academic classrooms and a student-athlete weight training facility.
Geneseo Film Room
In 2019, thanks in large part to funds secured by the Roundtable Athletic Association (RAA), Geneseo opened its Athletics Film Room. The room features stadium seating for 42 individuals as well as a massive 80-inch smart television among its amenities that will serve all 21 intercollegiate programs and its 450 student-athletes. Located on the first floor of the Schrader Athletic Building, the space will provide a place for teams to meet as well as conduct video review sessions.
The Knights' eight-lane track hosts the Geneseo men's and women's track & field teams, two of the college's most successful athletic programs.
Vic Raschi Field
Named after Geneseo alumni and former New York Yankee, Vic Raschi, the field hosts the Knights' softball team. New dugouts, erected in 2018, flank the field.
Geneseo Tennis Complex
Geneseo's Tennis Complex boasts eight courts and serves as the home site for the Knights' women's tennis team.
Located on Avon Road, just three miles from campus, Leg-Up Stables serves as the home of the Geneseo Equestrian team. The 300-acre farm houses more than 70 horses and a barn used for training and shoes. Leg-Up Stables was named the 2018 Livingston County Farm of the Year.