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Kathleen Geiger

Hall of Fame


Inducted 2001


Temple University

Kathleen Geiger was a two-time attack wing All-American at Temple University. She previously was a star All-American center and graduate from Lansdowne Aldan High School. While at Temple, she served as the team captain in 1986, earned Team MVP in 1986, was named as a USWLA and Brine All-American in 1985 and 1986, and was named to the 1983 and 1984 NCAA Tournament Team.

Geiger played for the U.S. Team from 1984-97. She played on seven touring teams, three World Cup championship teams, and was a two-time team captain. She also served as the manager for the 2001 U.S. Team.

Geiger has played club lacrosse since 1984 and continued to do so at the time of her induction. She also remains active in the sport as a coach. Geiger coached at Penn Wood High School for 15 seasons, leading the team to the Delaware Valley League championship in 1991, and beginning in 2000, she began coaching at Springfield High School.

Geiger has also been inducted into the US Lacrosse Philadelphia Chapter Hall of Fame.