Geneva College

Athletics

 
  • Mens Basketball      Geneva 59   Franciscan 63   (Nov 22 - Final)
  • Womens Basketball      Geneva 39   CMU 88   (Nov 21 - Final)
  • Mens Basketball      Geneva 69   Pitt Greensburg 62   (Nov 21 - Final)
  • Womens Basketball      Geneva 63   Wooster 79   (Nov 19 - Final)
  • Mens Basketball      Geneva 53   CMU 82   (Nov 18 - Final)
  • Geneva men’s comeback falls short, fall to Franciscan 63-59

    Geneva men’s comeback falls short, fall to Franciscan 63-59

    Geneva men’s comeback falls short, fall to Franciscan 63-59
  • Geneva men win first, upend Pitt-Greensburg 69-62

    Geneva men win first, upend Pitt-Greensburg 69-62

    Geneva men win first, upend Pitt-Greensburg 69-62
  • Geneva women fall to taller CMU squad 88-39

    Geneva women fall to taller CMU squad 88-39

    Geneva women fall to taller CMU squad 88-39
  • Geneva’s Jeremy Troutman named first team All-PAC Gib McCracken only freshman honored

    Geneva’s Jeremy Troutman named first team All-PAC Gib McCracken only freshman honored

    Geneva’s Jeremy Troutman named first team All-PAC
  • Heidi Mann named women’s soccer PAC all-conference first team

    Heidi Mann named women’s soccer PAC all-conference first team

    Heidi Mann named women’s soccer PAC all-conference first team
  • Geneva women fall to Wooster 79-63

    Geneva women fall to Wooster 79-63

    Geneva women fall to Wooster 79-63
  • Geneva men fall at CMU 82-53

    Geneva men fall at CMU 82-53

    Geneva men fall at CMU 82-53
  • Geneva freshman Nate Cannon named first team All-PAC

    Geneva freshman Nate Cannon named first team All-PAC

    Geneva freshman Nate Cannon named first team All-PAC

Geneva's Golden Tornadoes have a rich historic past. Our sports teams began competing in the late 1800's and have grown into some of the most competitive programs in the country. With 18 varsity sports, Geneva is a great place for sports excitement-whether you're a player or a spectator.

Geneva's student-athletes excel both in the classroom and on the playing fields. Each year, Geneva boasts numerous Academic All-Americans, as well as All-Conference performers in both men's and women's athletics. Our coaches focus on the development of the entire student: athletically, academically, socially and spiritually.

The Golden Tornadoes are now full members of NCAA Division III and the Presidents’ Athletic Conference. Geneva has also continued its relationship as a member within the ECAC (Eastern College Athletic Conference).

For more information about Geneva athletics, contact the Sports Information office at cllear@geneva.edu or call 724-847-6885. If you are a student interested in playing on a Geneva sports team, contact the Admissions Office.

 
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