Geneva Golden Tornadoes

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 8-17 - Conference: 0-0
11/21 vs. Cairn Final W, 104-58
11/22 vs. Mount Union Final L, 85-69
11/25 vs. La Roche Final L, 73-70
11/29 vs. Hiram Final L, 88-84
12/3 at Grove City Final - OT L, 68-64
12/6 at Washington and Jefferson Final L, 80-66
12/13 vs. Bethany Final - OT W, 98-94
12/29 vs. Calvin Final L, 91-65
@ Defiance
12/30 at Defiance Final L, 93-79
1/3 at St. Vincent Final L, 80-68
1/8 at Malone Final L, 93-69
1/10 vs. Waynesburg Final W, 80-60
1/12 at Penn St.-Beaver Final L, 71-66
1/14 vs. Thomas More Final L, 92-74
1/17 at Thiel Final W, 88-71
1/21 vs. Westminster (Pa.) Final L, 82-77
1/24 vs. Grove City Final L, 77-66
1/28 vs. Washington and Jefferson Final L, 84-82
1/31 at Bethany Final W, 78-74
2/4 vs. St. Vincent Final L, 102-89
2/11 at Waynesburg Final - OT W, 101-92
2/14 at Thomas More Final L, 90-66
2/16 vs. Penn St.-Beaver Final W, 97-71
2/18 vs. Thiel Final W, 100-75
2/21 at Westminster (Pa.) Final L, 88-80

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 8-17 - Conference: 0-0

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/PAC/Men/2008-09/standings-div1 : /conf/PAC/Men/2008-09/standings-div2 : /conf/PAC/Men/2008-09/standings

2008-09

Thomas More 10-2 19-9
Bethany 9-3 17-12
Washington and Jefferson 7-5 20-10
Westminster (Pa.) 7-5 10-17
Grove City 6-6 12-13
Waynesburg 2-10 6-19
Thiel 1-11 2-23
St. Vincent 0-0 22-3
Geneva 0-0 8-17

Past Records

2017-18 (12-15, 7-11 PAC)
2016-17 (10-16, 7-11 PAC)
2015-16 (5-21, 5-13 PAC)
2014-15 (10-16, 7-9 PAC)
2013-14 (7-21, 1-15 PAC)
2012-13 (5-21, 4-12 PAC)
2011-12 (6-20, 5-11 PAC)
2010-11 (18-9, 0-0 PAC)
2009-10 (18-12, 0-0 PAC)
2008-09 (8-17, 0-0 PAC)

Team Info

Coach: Jeff Santarsiero
Conference: PAC

Geneva

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 1564
Location: Beaver Falls, PA
Colors: Black, Old Gold
Region: Great Lakes
Arena: Metheny Fieldhouse (2800)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

February 26, 2014 Tuesday: Bethany bounced, CNU advances Ninth-seeded Geneva sent PAC top seed Bethany deep onto the bubble, while CNU made the CAC semis for the first time and both IIAC women's 5 and 6 seeds advanced.