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Katrina Geiger
Katrina  Geiger


Drexel Hill, Pa.

High School:
Haverford High




Loyola Women's Lacrosse | Patriot League Championships Preview

Loyola women's lacrosse hosts the Patriot League Championships May 6-8, 2016, at Ridley Athletic Complex. The Greyhounds open play in the semifinals on Friday at 5 p.m. when they host Lehigh University.


Loyola 18; High Point 7


Loyola 19; Cincinnati 0


Women's Lacrosse vs. Bryant

Loyola defeated Bryant, 21-3, in the NCAA Championships First Round on May 8, 2015.

2017 (Redshirt Senior)
 All-Patriot League Second Team midfielder
 Won 50th career draw with her fourth versus Johns Hopkins
 Tied personal-best five ground balls versus Bucknell
 Led the team in goals once
 Tallied three games with the top statistic in assists
 Had the most points of the team in two games
 Led in ground balls twice
 Earned the most caused turnovers on the team twice

2016 (Senior)
• Played in one game but missed the rest of the season due to injury

2015 (Junior)
Missed 10 games due to injury
Played in 12 games, starting four
Finished the season with six goals and four assists
Also had 19 ground balls, 19 draw controls and 13 caused turnovers

2014 (Sophomore)
• Redshirted season

2013 (Freshman)
• Made collegiate debut vs. No. 8 Virginia
• First career goal vs. No. 10 Penn State would eventually become game winner
• Scooped up ground ball at No. 16 Towson that led to the eventual game-winning goal
• Also earned ground ball in sudden-death OT at No. 6 Notre Dame that led to game-winning goal
• Scored two goals at Towson, against Cincinnati, and at High Point
• Recorded two assists at Rutgers
• Scooped up career-high five ground balls at No. 6 Notre Dame
• Controlled five draws against No. 17 Johns Hopkins

High School
• Named Girls' Co-Player of the Year in 2012
• Earned US Lacrosse and Under Armour All-American honors
• Finished career as all-time leader for goals (320), assists (117) and points (437)
• Was the first player in school history to have her number retired
• Three-time all-league first-team selection
• Named the Player of the Year by the Daily Times senior year
• Honored as Scholar-Athlete of the Year by the Delaware County Chapter of PA Sports Hall of Fame
• Earned First All-Central League junior year
• Member of Philly 1 squad at the National Tournament





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