7 Miller Geschke
7 Miller Geschke
Height: 6-1
Weight: 185
Year: So.
Hometown: Los Altos, Calif.
High School: Menlo School
Position: ATK
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Career Stats
Year Goals Shots Assists Ejections Drawn Ejections Vs. Blocks Steals Sprints Won
2018 58 129 28 14 30 2 22 1
Totals 58 129 28 14 30 2 22 1

 

Career Game Highs
Goals 6 vs. Austin College (September 6, 2018)
Assists 4 Twice - Most Recently vs. Iona (November 18, 2018)
Ejections Drawn 3 vs. Princeton (September 29, 2018)
Field Blocks 1 Twice - Most Recently vs. Harvard (November 4, 2018)
Steals 3 vs. Princeton (October 6, 2018)
Sprints Won 1 vs. Connecticut College (September 8, 2018)


2018:
[SEASON STATS]
- ACWPC Division III All-America First Team
- Northeast Water Polo Conference All-League Second Team 
- Northeast Water Polo Conference All-Tournament Second Team
- CWPA Division III Eastern Championship All-Tournament First Team
- Ranks third in the MIT record books for most goals in a single game after he tallied six against Austin on September 2
- Scored at-least one goal in all but two games
- Registered 12 hat tricks 
- Aided the Engineers to their ninth CWPA Division III Eastern Championship in program history

Favorite Sports Memory:
- Winning National Junior Olympics in 2016

Favorite Moment as an MIT Student-Athlete:
- Working hard together during preseason

Out of the Pool at MIT:

- Majoring in mechanical engineering
- Has a concentration in economics

High School:
- A 2018 graduate of the Menlo School
- Three-time varsity letter winner in both swimming and water polo
- Menlo School Sophomore Athlete of the Year
- Two-time First Team All-Central Coast Section
- Two-time Honorable Mention All-Central Coast Section
- 2015 First Team All-Peninsula Athletic League
- 2017 Second Team All-Central Coast Section
- Menlo School 2017 Varsity Water Polo Captain
- Two-time Central Coast Section DII Runner-Up
- 2017 Central Coast Section Open Division Runner-Up
- 2016 16U Club National Junior Olympics Champions 
- 2018 Kap7 International Tournament Champions
- 2018 Newport Invitational Champions
- Also played for the Stanford Water Polo Club
- Four-year member of the Honor Roll
- Two-time winner of the Math Department Award