Geneva College

Athletics

 
  • Men's Soccer      Geneva 0   John Carroll 6   (Sep 27 - Final)
  • Men's Soccer      Geneva 0   La Roche 1   (Sep 24 - Final)
  • Men's Soccer      Geneva 1   Lycoming 1   (Sep 20 - Final (2OT))
  • Men's Soccer      Geneva 1   Point Park 0   (Sep 18 - Final)


Recent Accomplishments of the Geneva Soccer Program:

  • 2012 PAC & NCCAA East Regional Finalist
  • 2011 NCCAA National Championship Runner-Up
  • 2011 NCAA Great Lakes Region: Final Ranking 7th
  • 2010-11 NSCAA Team Academic Award(3.25 GPA)
  • 15 Post Season Playoff Appearances(NCCAA, NAIA, & PAC)
  • 10 NCCAA All-Americans
  • 29 Academic All-Americans(NCCAA & NSCAA)
  • 65 All-Conference(PAC & AMC), All-Region, or District Players
  • 6 NCCAA National Players of the Week
  • 1994 NCCAA National Champions

Cultivating Christian leadership and Excellence

Geneva College is an NCAA DIII institution participating in the Presidents Athletic Conference(PAC) in the Great Lakes Region. Geneva also competes in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC). The Geneva Men’s Soccer Program has both a rich academic and athletic history.

The mission of Geneva Men’s Soccer Program is cultivating Christian leadership and excellence through our four core values of passion, character, discipline and brotherhood. Exemplifying Christian principles on the field, in the classroom, and in everyday life is central to the mission of the program. We recognize the talents and abilities God has given to each member of the team, and dedicate ourselves to use them for God’s glory. We set to accomplish this by creating an environment where our players build each other up, hold each other accountable, and work as a team of “brothers” who respect each other, love each other, support each other, and challenge each other to become the best they can be for Christ’s Kingdom. 

The Geneva Men’s Soccer Program is committed to playing at the highest level. We will challenge ourselves against the best NCAA DIII, DII, and NAIA programs to raise our standard of play. Our athletes train both in and out of season through team training sessions, individual technical development, team tactical awareness sessions, muscle endurance and strength training, speed and agility exercises, and fitness development workouts in order to compete at the highest level. They take seriously their commitment to academics and their responsibility as a student-athlete.  Each member of the Geneva Men’s Soccer Program prepares themselves to reach the highest possible level on and off the soccer field.

For more information on playing at Geneva, contact:

Admissions Office
3200 College Avenue
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
724-847-6500
800-847-8255
admissions@geneva.edu