Beaver Falls, PA– Geneva hosted the Washington & Jefferson College Presidents for its third consective home game. Geneva fell to W&J 91-47 dropping the Golden Tornadoes overall record to 1-14, 0-9 in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference.
Geneva freshman Nicole Hyland (Penn-Trafford) recorded her second straight double-double, scoring 11 points and grabbing 10 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough to stop Geneva’s now six-game losing streak as the Golden Tornadoes fell 91-47.
Geneva stayed close early but W&J got the lead to double digits before the game was 12 minutes old and never let up.
It was Hyland’s fifth double-double overall as the Golden Tornadoes were led by Heidi Mann with 12 points.
“We had played hard against Westminster,”: said Geneva coach Lori Wynn. “We came out a little flat this game and could never catch up.”
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