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Sergio Geiger
Sergio Geiger

Hometown:
Columbia, S.C.

High School:
Spring Valley

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 165

Position:
Defensive Back

Birthdate:
03/06/1984


2005: Started in all 11 games, earning his third collegiate letter... Posted a career-high 30 tackles, 17 of them solo... Posted a season-high five tackles each in the road wins at South Carolina State and Savannah State... Recorded four tackles in the dramatic win over James Madison... Also intercepted two passes during the year at Elon and against Delaware State, both victories... Had one fumble recovery in the overtime victory against Gardner-Webb...

2004: Saw action in all 11 games, getting one start against Charleston Southern... Had 20 tackles and one interception on the year... Had the best game of his career against CSU, posting nine tackles, eight of them solo, and an interception in helping CCU to the Big South title...

2003: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman, four of them as a starter at cornerback... Recorded 13 solo tackles and six pass breakups... Had three tackles each against Gardner-Webb and at Charleston Southern... A member of CCU's 2003 recruiting class...

High School: Had 62 tackles and five interceptions as a senior, garnering All-State, All-Region and All-Area accolades from the High School Sports Report and All-Area honors from The State... Selected to play in the 2002 Shrine Bowl, representing the top 48 players in South Carolina... Named to the Class 4A All-State team... Led his team to an 18-5 mark his final two years... Totalled 146 tackles and 13 interceptions in his three years of varsity football, including the Most Valuable Defensive Back for the team all thee seasons... Was on the same high school squad as Coastal teammate Brett Porterfield... Qualified for the indoor nationals in the long jump as well, earning All-Region honors in track twice... Was in the National Honor Society and the Honor Roll...

Personal: Full name: Sergio Mariotto Geiger... Born: 3-6-84... Son of Curtis and Lucretia Geiger... Majoring in physical education.