BC Women’s Tennis Drops 5-2 Result to NCAA DII UVA-Wise

Freshman Alli Kogoy sends over a forehand return (Courtesy of Caroline Gerke).
Freshman Alli Kogoy sends over a forehand return (Courtesy of Caroline Gerke).
WISE, Va. - The Brevard College women's tennis team dropped a 5-2 result to NCAA Division II University of Virginia Wise on Saturday in Wise, Virginia.
The Tornados produced two impressive wins in singles play with victories by freshmen Alli Kogoy and Sarah Iocovozzi.
Kogoy cruised in her number five singles match, defeating Megan Harwood of UVA-Wise.  Kogoy beat Harwood 6-3 in the first set before a dominant 6-1 second set to take the match.
Iocovozzi had to battle back after losing the first set 6-2 to Olivia Dishner in number six singles.  Iocovozzi fought hard to a 7-6 win in the second set to set up a match-deciding third set.  The final set proved to be an intense battle, with Iocovozzi eventually finishing off Dishner with a 7-5 win.
Samantha Sepe (no. 1 singles), Hamrick Perry (no. 2 singles), Eleanor Flannery (no. 3 singles) and Margaret Correll (no. 4 singles) all dropped their singles matches in straight sets after UVA-Wise won the doubles competition to open the day's action.
The Brevard College women's tennis team returns to action with a road match at Pfeiffer on Sunday, September 29 in Misenheimer, North Carolina.
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