The goal of The Geneva School basketball program is to educate and teach our student athletes the game of basketball with confidence, commitment, and integrity. We aim to teach our athletes respect for themselves, their peers, and the community through the game of basketball. We strive to give a competitive environment while instilling Christian principles and values. The Geneva School girls basketball program competes as an independent team under the FHSAA guidelines and currently offers a middle school team. We take all levels of players and integrate them in our program as they learn the game of basketball.
Girls Basketball Coaching Staff
Director of Basketball: Tony Medina—Read Bio Middle School Coach: Pam Christy
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Tony Medina joined The Geneva School in the fall of 2021 as the substitute teacher coordinator and assistant facilities manager. Beginning June 2022, he transitioned to the position of director of basketball in addition to the role of dialectic PE teacher.
Prior to coming to Geneva, Tony served as the athletic director at Faith Christian Academy for twenty years and the head varsity men’s basketball coach for seventeen years. Tony reached several coaching milestones at FCA as the varsity men’s basketball coach, including 200 wins in December 2014 and 300 wins in January 2017. Tony was named three times FHSAA District Coach of the Year. In 2017, Tony turned over the basketball program to the assistant AD in order to spend more time with his son and help develop his son’s love for basketball and coach his AAU team.
Tony holds a BS in Sports Administration from DeSales University in Lehigh, PA. He was a standout for the DeSales men’s basketball team from 1991–95 and was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame at DeSales University in the fall of 2014. Tony worked from 1995–2000 as a recreation supervisor at KidsPeace, a national center for kids in crisis. He then relocated to Orlando and spent a year as a psychiatric assistant at La Amistad, a residential treatment facility for adults and children, before being hired by FCA.
When not found on a court or field fostering relationships with student athletes, Tony enjoys spending time with his wife and son fishing or at the beach, swimming pool, or church. Tony and his wife attend Sanctuary Church Orlando. Tony believes that genuine relationships are the key to life, and his favorite Scripture is Proverbs 22:6, “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old, he will not depart from it.”
Inspiring students to love beauty, think deeply, and pursue Christ's calling.