Genevieve Gray, Class of 2018, and Her Exciting Soccer Wins

Genevieve Gray is midway through her sophomore year at Pomona College in California and making the most of her experience. She graduated from Bosque School in 2018 and brought her love of playing soccer with her to college.

At school, she plays center back on the Pomona-Pitzer women’s soccer team. “I love being a part of this team, especially because of how inclusive and welcoming the program is,” said Genevieve. Her team recently won the SCIAC (Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) Double, which includes both the Regular Season Title and SCIAC Tournament Championship, for the first time in program history. On top of that, they were the first SCIAC school to win the Double since 2011. Needless to say, it is an exciting time for her to be on the team. This upcoming weekend, her team is heading to Iowa to face St. Scholastica in their first-round game of the DIII NCAA tournament. Her parents, Martha Allen and Jay Gray, will be traveling to support her on the field.

Genevieve hasn’t yet declared a major. However, she said, “I am leaning towards majoring in Cognitive Science and minoring in Spanish.” She is currently working as a cognitive science research assistant. Her end goal is to become a speech pathologist or therapist. Genevieve also shared that she plans to study abroad somewhere in South America over the spring semester of her junior year. “I’m not sure where yet,” she said. It will be a remarkable experience wherever she chooses.