Guerrieri recognized for contributions to Potomac State Athletics
Geno Guerrieri is one of three alumni who will be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame at Potomac State College of West Virginia University in recognition of his
contributions to athletics at the College. The induction will take place during the annual banquet being held on Saturday, April 20 at the Davis Conference Center.
Guerrieri attended Potomac State from 1990 to 1992 and while here played on the Catamounts football team, where he served as quarterback for both his freshman and sophomore years.
In 1991, Guerrieri was named a J.C. Grid-Wire Scholar/Athlete All-American. Guerrieri credits former Coach Donnie Tucker with his triumph as a college athlete, stating, “Coach Tucker took me under his direction and made me into the quarterback that I became. Without his knowledge and leadership, I would not have been the successful quarterback that I became at Potomac State and then later at Fairmont State.”
Guerrieri earned his bachelor’s degree from Fairmont State University in Fairmont. He has worked in athletics and in the field of criminal justice for more than 15 years. Guerrieri currently serves as the chief of police in White Hall, W.Va., is part-owner of a construction company, Visions In Design LLC, and as president of the Fairmont State Athletic Association.
Social hour for the banquet begins at 6 p.m. while dinner is at 6:30 p.m. Reservations are required and can be made by contacting Patty Lee at 304-788-6873 or at 800-262-7332, ext. 6873 or at Patty.Lee@mail.wvu.edu by April 15. The cost for the dinner is $20 per person.