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Women's Tennis Loses to Washington & Jefferson

WASHINGTON, PA - Frostburg State lost a narrow 5-4 decision to host Washington & Jefferson Monday afternoon.

The Bobcats split the singles line-up with the Presidents 3-3, but were edged 2-1 in doubles action.

Junior Kirsten Getz (Beall/Frostburg, Md.) and senior Christina Bleivik (Bartlett/Anchorage, Alaska) were responsible for the Red and Black's one point in doubles, besting Jennifer Scott and Terra Naviglia, 8-2.

At second doubles, freshman Kierstin Elia (Patuxent/Lusby, Md.) and sophomore Sandy Nagabhushan (Beall/Frostburg, Md.) were ousted 8-2 by Jennifer Van Gorder and Denise Latner.

Junior Susan Adkins (Severn, Md./Archbishop Spaulding) and senior Aimee Mendoza (Great Mills/Lexington Park, Md.) were downed in a 9-8(3) battle by Katy Petousis and Cassandra Nicastro at third doubles.

Getz won handily at the first spot over Scott, 6-2,6-0 and Bleivik went three sets, taking down Van Gorder at second singles, 6-4,4-6,6-2.

In the third position, Elia lost to Naviglia in a close 6-4, 7-6 contest, while Mendoza easily defeated Lattner, 6-1,6-0 at fourth singles.

Adkins was bested at fifth singles by Petousis, 6-2,6-2 and Nagabhushan lost her duel at the sixth spot, 6-2,6-1 to Jennifer Lazorchak.

The Bobcats (4-10) return to action on Wednesday, Oct 1, when they host AMCC opponent Penn State Altoona at 3:00 p.m.

For further information on this release, contact:

Office of Sports Information
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD  21532-2303

Telephone: 301-687-4371
Fax: 301-687-4780