Was the team's most pleasant surprise last season with 14 points after seeing action in just seven games as a freshman...Good speed and shot...Has recovered fully from a shoulder injury late last year.
1998-99: Played in 28 games...Seperated his right shoulder vs. UMass Lowell (2/12) and missed seven games...Was third on the team in scoring when he was injured...Had his best game at Boston College (2/5) with a goal and two assists...Had a career long five-game scoring streak broken up vs. BU (12/5)...Scored his first collegiate goal vs. Colorado College (11/28) on a shorthanded bid...Recorded his first power play goal the next night against Air Force (11/29)...Help set up Jeff Turner's game-winning goal against BU (1/23)...Scored a goal in the playoffs vs. Maine after coming back from a shoulder injury...Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll for the spring semester for having a GPA above 3.0.
1997-98: Appeared in seven games, taking five shots.
BEFORE UMASS: Played for Robert Corliss at Whitman-Hanson...All time leading scorer in Whitman-Hanson history with 172 career points (100g, 72a)...Also holds the school's single-season record with 56 points (30g, 26a)...Boston Herald All Scholastic...Three-time Patriot Ledger and Brockton Enterprise All-Scholastic... Also played for the NECDL Classics in 1996-97...Was the team's MVP and a Eastern Junior Hockey League All-Star.
PERSONAL: Raymond Stanley Geever...Son of Daniel and Deborah Geever...Born May 16, 1977, Brockton, Mass....Would like to be the general manager of a professional hockey team one day...A Sport Management major.