WASHINGTON, Pa. – For a second-straight year,...
Geneva Slides Past Presidents to Open Conference Action
WASHINGTON, Pa. – Geneva’s Ashley Davis’ 20 kills led the Golden Tornadoes past the Washington & Jefferson volleyball team 3-0 (25-19, 25-20, 25-23) Tuesday night at the Henry Memorial Center.
This evening’s contest opened Presidents’ Athletic Conference action for both squads. Geneva improved its overall record to 5-2 on the year, while the Presidents dropped their first match of the season and now sit at 4-1.
Along with Davis’ 20 kills, the Golden Tornadoes got 31 assists from senior Deanna Briody.
For W&J, reigning PAC Player of the Week Nicole Bishwaty (Allentown, Pa./Parkland) and senior Tori Clark (Fall Branch, Tenn./Sullivan South) tied for the team lead with 10 kills apiece. Bishwaty added eight digs and three service aces as well.
Freshman Michealia Skleres (Andover, Ohio/Pymatuning Valley) dished out a team-best 16 assists, splitting time on the court with junior Megan Stoehr (Pittsburgh, Pa./Mt. Lebanon). Another rookie, starting libero Allison Means (Connellsville, Pa./Connellsville Area) produced 12 digs for the Presidents.
Washington & Jefferson is back in action this Thursday for a 7:00 pm road match at Pitt-Greensburg.