According to an email to Patch from Dominican's associate director of public relations, Dave Albee, the St. Thomas More High School graduate will play with his Division II team at the April 21 game against Whittier College and on April 28 against rival Notre Dame de Namur of Belmont to wrap up his college lacrosse career.
Albee told Patch that Domican's lacrosse program has greatly improved during Gonzalez's time at the school.
"When Geraldo arrived at Dominican four years ago, the team barely had enough players to field a team," Albee said in the email.
Now the Penguins have 34 players on the roster, Albee said, and their college lacrosse program is now considered to be one of the best in the Bay Area.
Patch wishes Geraldo and the Penguins the best of luck for the remainder of the season.