Bearcats fall to Buffalo 6-1

VESTAL, N.Y. - Binghamton women's tennis dropped its opening dual match of the fall, losing to visiting Buffalo, 6-1, Saturday at the West Gym Courts.

Freshman Lya Kushnirovich (Brooklyn, N.Y./Brooklyn Technical) was the lone winner for Binghamton. She posted a 6-2, 6-2 win at No. 1 singles. Buffalo captured all three doubles matches before winning five of the six singles contests.

Binghamton's scheduled match against Siena was called due to darkness after the Bearcats had captured the doubles point. It will not be finished. In the day's other match, Siena defeated Buffalo 4-3.

Buffalo 6, Binghamton 1

Ortmon/Nenova (Buff.) def. Kushnirovich/Brill (BU), 9-8 (5)
Kollanova/Fischer (Buff.) def. Altinay/Stern (BU), 8-6
Wiltman/Zielinski (Buff.) def. Freel/Popova (BU), 8-2

Lya Kushnirovich (BU) def. Kristin Ortmon (Buff.), 6-2, 6-2
Maggie Nenova (Buff.) def. Melis Altinay (BU), 6-0, 4-6, 6-3
Katrin Fischer (Buff.) def. Alexis Brill (BU), 7-6, 0-6, 10-8
Michelle Kollanova (Buff.) def. Vera Popova (BU), 6-0, 6-0
Lisa Wittman (Buff.) def. Lauren Freel (BU), 6-1, 6-4
Erica Zielinski (Buff.) def. Sherri Stern (BU), 6-1, 6-3

Binghamton vs. Siena (cancelled due to darkness)

Kushnirovich/Brill (BU) def. Lebedev/Marcove (S), 8-1
Altinay/Stern (BU) def. Slenkamp/Pudusseri (S), 8-3
Langer/Scullin (S) def. Popova/Freel (BU), 8-3

no matches were completed


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