BC Tennis teams lose final home match of Fall season
Bluefield College loses on both men's and women's side to King College (Tn.)
October 5, 2011
Bluefield College Athletics
Sports Information Department
Bluefield, West Virginia- The Bluefield College men's and women's tennis teams competed Tuesday afternoon at the Bluefield city tennis courts falling to NCAA Division II side, King College (Tn.).
Bluefield College competes in a short Fall season like most programs across the country, competing in just five matches in the span of several weeks. The two teams will pick training back up in early January in preparation for the full 2012 Spring season.
The men's side were swept 0-9 by King College, while the women's team lost 3-9 to the visiting Tornadoes.
First year head coach Mark Sarver takes over the program as his concentrated focus this fall and will look to bring a newfound passion and excitement to the game of tennis at Bluefield College.
Here is a full list of the matchups and results from Tuesday's contest:
Number 1: Jordan Owens lost to Pablo Vidal 6-2, 6-2
Number 2: Chaz Stonestreet lost to Leo Brigato 6-1, 6-1
Number 3: Matt Moore lost to Vitor Villar 6-0, 6-1
Number 4: Tyler Estep lost to Patrick Jones 6-0, 6-1
Number 5: J.D. Taylor lost to Seth Hale 6-1, 6-2
Men's Scores- Doubles:
Number 1: Owens-Stonestreet lost to Brigato-Villar 8-4
Number 2: Estep-Moore lostto Jones-Hale 8-3
Number 3: Forfeit
Women's Scores- Singles
Number 1: Casey Germain lost to Kayla Ketron 6-3, 6-3
Number 2: Leslie Willams lost to Sarah Anderson 6-1, 6-0
Number 3: Kalyn Dolan lost to Eden Sherrod 6-2, 6-3
Number 4: Erika Cregar lost to Karissa King 6-3
Number 5 & 6: King College Forfeit
Women's Scores- Doubles
Number 1: Germain and Williams lost to Ketron and Anderson 8-4
Number 2: Julie Austin and Caitlin Allen lost to Sherrod and King 8-1
Number 3: King College Forfeit
The women's tennis team is scheduled to play at Berea (Ky.) next week. Please stay tuned for more detailes to see if the match is still scheduled closer to competition day.