Alexa Geiger
Alexa Geiger
Height: 5-5
Year: Fr.-HS
Hometown: Fullerton, Calif.
High School: Troy
Position: Diving

Academic Notes: Majoring in elementary education...3.0 high school GPA...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2014.

2013-14 (Freshman): Earned three All-WAC second team honors at WAC Championships...Competed on all three boards at the WAC Championships...Finished fourth on 3-meter with a career-best score of 310.15...Finished fifth on 1-meter with a score of 278.95 after eighth-best prelim score...Finished seventh on platform with a career-best score of 189.65...Qualified for NCAA Zone E Meet...Finished 22nd on 1-meter at Zones with a score of 250.65...Career-best score of 282.97 on 1-meter versus Grand Canyon...Finished 19th and 20th on 1-meter and platform respectively at Air Force Diving Invitational...Finished 18th on 1-meter at Wildcat Diving Invitational...Placed first on 1-meter versus Northern Colorado and New Mexico State and first on 3-meter versus Grand Canyon...Named WAC Diver of the Week on Feb. 11...Second-best score on team on 1-meter and third-best scores on 3-meter and platform for the season.

High School: Three-year letterwinner and starter and two-year team captain at Troy HS...Two-time Freeway League undefeated champion...Team was Freeway League champion in 2012...Top-15 CIF Finalist in 2012...Was the AAU National 3-meter synchronized diving champion in 2012 and national top-12 1-meter AAU finalist...Team was sixth place All-Around team at AAU Nationals...Also Level 8 Regional All-Around champion in gymnastics in 2008.

Personal: Alexa Rae Geiger was born May 24, 1995 in Ventura, Calif....Daughter of John and Jenna Geiger...Two older sisters, Penie and Chelsea, and one older brother, Adam...Father, John, played football at Cal State Fullerton...Hobbies include skiing and horseback riding...Most memorable athletic moment was winning AAU Nationals for 3-meter synchronized diving with her partner Alejandra Gomez...Chose NAU because she loved everything about the university and team and it felt like home...Also considered Arizona State and Kansas.