1 Billy Geist
1 Billy Geist
Height: 6-0
Weight: 195
Year: Junior
Hometown: Arnold, Md.
High School: McDonogh School
Position: Defenseman
House Affiliation: Pforzheimer

010 (Senior):
Team co-captain.

2009 (Junior):
Named All-Ivy League honorable mention ... Started all 13 games ... Grabbed a ground ball in victory at Duke (Feb. 22) ... Snared two ground balls in win at Stony Brook (Feb. 28) ... Collected a ground ball and caused a turnover against Massachusetts (March 7) ... Had three ground ball and three caused turnovers against Hartford (March 13) ... Collected a ground ball in Ivy win over Penn (March 21) ... Caused two turnovers and had a ground ball at Georgetown (March 25) ... Had two ground balls against Presbyterian (March 27) ... Grabbed two ground balls at Cornell (April 4) ... Snared a ground ball at Princeton (April 11) ... Caused a turnover against Brown (April 15) ... Collected four ground balls and caused four turnovers in win over Holy Cross (April 18) ... Grabbed two ground balls against Yale (April 25).

2008 (Sophomore):
Started all 14 games ... Collected a career-best six ground balls against Princeton (April 12) ... Grabbed five ground balls vs. Cornell (April 5) ... Collected two ground balls in win over Fairfield (March 15) and at Brown (April 16) ... Also grabbed two ground balls in victory at Yale (April 26) ... Had a ground ball in opener at Siena (Feb. 23), at Holy Cross (April 19) and against Dartmouth (May 3).

2007 (Freshman):
Appeared in all 12 games, making 11 starts at close defense ... Had a season-high three ground balls against Penn march 24 ... Had an assist in the opening seconds of Harvard's win against Dartmouth May 5.

Before Harvard:
Three-year letterwinner and two-year starting defenseman at the McDonogh School ... Two-time all-state and all-county selection ... Captained team as a senior ... Baltimore Sun All-Metro selection ... Helped team to the 2005 Maryland state championship and the 2005 national title ... Team was state runner-up in 2006 ... Cum laude society ... High school teammates included current Harvard teammates Joe Pike and Garrett Schabb.