Geoffrey Grambo excelled at athletics at Lyons High School and at St. Lawrence University.  He was a three sport athlete at Lyons, participating in football, wrestling and track.


    Geoff was a three year starter on the football team.  He was named Section V Class C Outstanding Offensive Lineman in 2002.  The team won the Section V Class C Championship in both his junior and senior years.  Geoff played in the Eddie Meath All-Star game in 2004.


    Geoff was a varsity wrestler all four years in high school.  He finished 4th at Sectionals in 2003 and 3rd at Sectionals in 2004.  He qualified for Super-Sectionals in both 2003 and 2004.


    As much as Geoff enjoyed wrestling and football, track was where he really excelled.  He helped the team to Section V Class C Championships in 2002, 2003 and 2004.  He was the individual Section V Class C Champion in shotput in 2002 and 2004, taking second place in 2003.  He was runner-up in discus in 2003 and 2004.  Geoff was named to the Section V Class C All-Conference 1st Team shot put in 2004.  He was Wayne County All-Conference in the shot put in 2002, 2003 and 2004.  Geoff participated in the Empire State Games in shot put in 2003.  He was named Co-Male Athlete of the Year at Lyons High School in 2004.


    Geoff continued his success in track at St. Lawrence University.  He was four time Liberty League Champion, two time NYS Champion and one time ECAC Champion.  Geoff was a NCAA Division III All-American in shot put in 2008.  He still holds the record in shot put at St. Lawrence University.


    Geoff went on to earn his MBA at William Woods University in Fulton, Missouri where he also was a graduate assistant track coach.  Geoff is currently employed at Klein Steel in Rochester and is an Assistant Track and Field Coach at St. John Fisher College.  He has coached one National Champion, two All-Americans and four National Qualifiers.  Geoff also is still an active competitor in Olympic Weightlifting.  He has qualified four times for the American Open 2012-2015 and this year qualified for the National Olympic Weightlifting Championship.