Fredonia State women's tennis improved to 5-1 with a 7-2 home win Tuesday over Pitt-Bradford.
Jess Johnston (Fredonia), Molly Zanetti and Stephanie Thompson each improved to 5-1 in singles competition as well as 5-1 in doubles, while No. 1 singles player Alison Phillips won for the second straight day. Fredonia State's other singles winner was Sara DiFulvio.
"We keep finding a way to win," Fredonia State head coach Joe Calarco said. "(Ali Phillips) had the most competition. It was a closer match than the score. She was behind and she battled back. she showed a lot of character in winning."
The loss dropped the Panthers to 5-5.
Fredonia State is scheduled to meet Brockport in a SUNYAC match Friday. The site and time will be determined Wednesday.
"The team keeps on rolling along," Calarco added.
Devils down Medaille in four games
BUFFALO - Fredonia State women's volleyball improved to 9-8 overall with a 3-1 win Tuesday over the Medaille Mavericks.
Lindsey Olson and Hannah Manning were the top hitters for the Blue Devils, winners by set scores of 25-16, 25-16, 21-25, and 25-23, Olson had 14 kills and Manning 10. .
In addition, Kelly Edinger had 35 assists and Meredith Smietana three solo blocks and four block assists.
The Blue Devil defense was credited with 80 digs, led by Lauren Hokaj with 26, Paulina Rein with 19, Edinger with 11 and Olson with 10.
Fredonia State takes a break from competition for the next nine days as it prepares for its home tournament, The Blue Devil Invitational, Oct. 4-5 at Dods Hall. Matches vs. D'Youville, Rochester Institute of Technology, Westminster Pa. and one opponent-to-be-determined are scheduled.