The Pitt-Bradford men's tennis team earned its first win of the season Friday night, defeating Geneva 6-3.
The Panthers won the No. 1 and No. 2 doubles flights. The pair of Kosta Teverovsky and Tyler Dugan won 8-2 and Tyler Richmond Alex Jadlowiec prevailed 8-6. In singles play, Pitt-Bradford won the first four matches to secure the win. Teverovsky won 8-2, Dugan was victorious 8-1, Richmond won 8-5 and Matt Dennis earned an 8-4 victory.
The win improves Pitt-Bradford's season record to 1-1 and concludes the fall portion of its schedule. The Panthers will resume their spring schedule in late March.