Beaver Falls, PA – Geneva Tennis hosted Westminster for season home opener. Despite the home court advantage Geneva fell to conference rival 9-0, dropping their overall record to 2-1.
Playing on the courts at Brady’s Run, Geneva opened the match with three consecutive losses in doubles matches. Julie Kline and Christine Bullock finished with a 8-1 final, Sam Jensen and Jen Bullock 8-3 and Brittany Kress and Courtney Light took the match to 9-8 (4).
In single matches Westminster did not allow Geneva to find there rhythm. In each of Geneva’s singles players dropped straight set decisions to the Titans.
The Golden Tornadoes will travel to Thiel for more conference play on Tuesday for a 3:30 match.
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