Career Honors Honorable Mention Academic All-MAC (2011)
2012: Saw action in 110 of 115 sets and played in all 31 matches on the year...Ranked third on the team in digs (226) and fourth in digs per set (2.05)...Posted six services aces...Had 11 digs in back-to-back matches vs. No. 17 Oregon (Sept. 2) and at Niagara (Sept. 6)...Recorded double-digit digs in nine matches...Notched 12 digs vs. Eastern Michigan on Sept. 29...Registered seven digs and tied a career high with two service aces at Ball State (Oct. 13)...10 digs in the MAC Tournament quarterfinal match vs. Ball State (Nov. 16)...Posted a season-best 13 digs in the MAC Tournament semifinals vs. Northern Illinois (Nov. 17).
2011: Finished eighth in the MAC in digs with 465, tops among the Bobcats ... Notched a career-best 30 digs in a win over Villanova ... Surpassed 20 digs in contests with Georgia State, Eastern Michigan, Bowling Green, Kent State and Akron ... Recorded 10+ digs in 27 matches for the Green & White ... Played in every game for Ohio, making starts against Tennessee and Maryland ... Finished third on the team in assists ... Had assists in 18 matches, multiple assists in nine matches ... Career-best four assists in win at Bowling Green ... Multiple service aces in wins over Maryland and Kent State ... Her first collegiate kill came in a win over Georgia State ... Her first kill in a MAC contest occurred in the win at Bowling Green.
2010: Played in 28 matches for the Bobcats and started the MAC Championship contest against Northern Illinois ... Finished the season with 115 digs including a career-best 16 against Eastern Michigan ... Had consecutive double-digit dig performances in the NCAA Tournament against Penn and Duke ... Had multiple service aces in a win over Bowling Green ... Had her first collegiate dig in a home win over Pitt.
Prior to Ohio: Geske was a First Team All-State selection at Shakopee High School in Minnesota and helped guide her team to an undefeated 3A State Championship and a No. 4 national prep volleyball rating during her senior season. She helped lead the Sabers to three-consecutive state titles, four-consecutive Missota Conference Championships and was also named all-conference, all-metro and all-tournament multiple times over her high school playing career. In the classroom, Geske was a four-year Academic All-Conference recipient and an All-State selection in 2009.
Personal: Majoring in Marketing/International Business with a minor in Spanish.