2007: Played in 16 games, starting 11, after missing the beginning of the season because of injury ... Had 14 points (third on team) on seven goals (tied with Richard Oliva for second on team) ... Seven goals tied Geppert for sixth among Conference USA scorers ... Named Academic All-Region by ESPN The Magazine ... Named (along with midfielder Ben Shuleva) to Conference USA All-Academic team.
2006: Saw action in 13 games, including nine starts before sustaining a season-ending knee injury in early October ... Scored five goals and two assists (12 points) on 15 shots ... Posted two game-winning goals (vs. Dayton, at FIU) ... Recipient of All-Tournament team honors at the Golden Hurricane Classic.
2005 (at Brown): Led the Bears in scoring with four goals and six assists ... Saw action in 18 games, including 14 starts ... Tallied three game-winning goals ... Earned 2005 Rookie of the Year honors.
High School: Three-year letterwinner and served as team captain his senior season ... 2004 Texas State Player of the Year and was a high school All-American ... 2004 state MVP ... Sigh school team posted a 63-3-5 mark during his career ... Totaled 48 goals and 16 assists ... Also lettered in golf ... Played club soccer for the Dallas Comets '87.
Personal: Financial consulting major ... Enjoys hanging out with friends and golfing ... Favorite TV show is Seinfeld ... Would most like to visit Hawaii ... Has one younger sister ... Parents are Tom and Cindy Geppert ... Full name is Scott Anthony Geppert.