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Long Days, Night Results in Doubleheader Victory

Van Zanic                                                                                                                                

Director of Sports Information

(724) 847-6886

vgzanic@geneva.edu

 

NEWS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 27, 2007

LONG DAYS, NIGHT FOR GENEVA RESULTS
IN TWO VICTORIES

Grove City, PA        It was indeed a long days, night for Geneva’s women’s volleyball team on Saturday. After dispatching Waynesburg in four games in a match over breakfast, the Golden Tornadoes took their act on the road and came away with a 3-1 victory over Grove City in the night cap. The doubleheader victory improved Geneva’s record to 14-18. On a day that Geneva was scheduled to play Chatham and Waynesburg at Chatham, it turned into only a doubleheader when Chatham was unable to field a team because of injuries.

On Saturday night, Geneva got 24 kills from Adriane Blake and 16 throw-downs from Elizabeth Fisher. Fisher also added 20 digs. Brandi Snavely completed another solid day with 51 assists in the night cap, which gave her 101 in the doubleheader. Faith Guerra led the defense with 21 kills.

Geneva will travel to Thiel on Monday before closing out the regular season next Friday at home against Saint Vincent College at 7 pm.


 

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