Christine Bullock – Tennis
Junior – Singles and Doubles
HS: King Philip Regional
Christine Bullock has been selected as the female student-athlete of the week. Bullock advanced to the Presidents’ Athletic Conference flight five singles match on Saturday before bowing out and settling for a second place finish. She won a pair of matches on Friday to advance to the finals including a three-hour marathon victory over Washington & Jefferson in the first round. She won that match in three sets before winning her semi-final match in straight sets.
Bryan Butler – Soccer
Sophomore – Goal Keeper
HS: Annapolis Christian
Bryan Butler has been selected as the male student-athlete of the week. Butler has a current streak of three consecutive shut-outs including a pair of shut-outs this past week. Butler was forced to make just one save in Geneva’s 2-0 win at Waynesburg on Tuesday but was put to the test with a seven save effort to salvage a 0-0 double overtime tie with Grove City on Saturday. Butler has a current streak of over 300 consecutive minutes without allowing a goal. For the season, he has posted seven shut-outs which is the third highest single season total in school history.
Geneva College was selected to join the Undergraduate Microbial Genome Annotation Program, an initiative of the Department of Energy’s Joint Genome Institute (JGI).