|Hometown:||Calgary, Alberta, Canada|
|Previous College:||McNeese State|
Back at it for a second year and first full season, Geoff proved to be one of the Tigers' most dynamic golfers as he played in all 10 tournaments on the year. He would take home Pacific's second-best finish of the year with a fifth place finish at the Del Walker Intercollegiate. Geoff would take home a pair of top-20 finishes on the year, the second-most by the Tigers. In total, Fry would lead the Tigers in scoring in three of the 10 tournaments on the year. He earned Academic All-WCC for his work in the classroom at the end of the year.
A mid-year transfer to Pacific, Fry immediately jumped into the Tigers' lineup as he would go on to play in six tournaments in his first season. Fry would end the year with a 76.61 scoring average and post his best finish of the season, 34th, at the Border Olympics in mid-March.
Previous School (McNeese State):
Fry spent a season and a half at McNeese State before transferring to Pacific. The second-year finished his first season with a 75.3 scoring average while playing in all 12 events throughout the season for the Cowboys. His best finish came at the Moe O'Brien Intercollegiate where he finished sixth at 3-under par. IN the first half of 2014-15, the second-year golfer played in three tournaments for the Cowboys.
On the junior circuit, Fry qualified for the 2014 PGA of Canada ATB Classic and the 2014 Qualified Canadian Am which put him among the top-15 amateur's in Canada in 2014. Additionally, he has been a member of Team Alberta where he played in the Canada Summer Games as well as the Western Canada Games.