Geneva College



Sluggish performance leads to loss at CMU

Pittsburgh, PA – Geneva’s volleyball team turned in a less than desirable effort on Wednesday night which resulted in a 3-0 straight set loss to Carnegie Mellon University. The Golden Tornadoes managed 22 points in game two, which was their high mark for the night. The loss dropped Geneva to 2-3 overall on the young season.

Marisa Barickman continued to lead Geneva’s offense. On Wednesday she threw down a team best 14 kills, while Megan Summers chipped in with six kills and added three blocks.

Caryn Azure helped out with 20 assists and Allison Seldomridge had a team high 14 digs.

Geneva will enjoy its longest lay-off without a match for the whole season. The Golden Tornadoes won’t take the court again until they play their home opener against Thiel College on September 14th.


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Geneva prepares students for a wide range of environmental careers through a B.S. degree in environmental science and an engineering concentration in environmental technology.

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