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April 11, 2024

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Buffalo herds through BGSU, sweep Falcons

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Drake Harlett
Perrysburg, OH – Falcons Senior Hannah Neuman hitting the ball back over to Oakland at Perrysburg Tennis Center in Perrysburg, Ohio

Everything seemed to click in New York for the home team, as the Buffalo Bulls (15-6, 2-2 MAC) made easy work of the Bowling Green Falcons (7-9, 0-4 MAC) in a 7-0 sweep. The orange and brown are still looking for their first conference win since 2022.  

In the top ranked doubles match, Lucy Furness and Hannah Neuman used their serves to stay in it but fell to Azra Comleck and Laura Koralnik by a score of 4-6. The team of Isabella Baker and Leticia Fonseca suffered a similar fate, falling 3-6 to give Buffalo the doubles point.  

Brynn Chaffee and Tia Clemens would not finish their doubles match.  

The singles slate for BGSU was one they want to forget, as the Bulls won all six matches. The closest competition was in the number three singles match, where Clemens would fall in a 6-4, 2-6, 6-10 thriller.  

Despite the loss, Clemens is putting together a quality freshman campaign. The Cleveland native has won four of her last six singles matches, with both losses coming in competitive three sets.  

With the loss, Bowling Green has now dropped six straight matches against Buffalo, with the last win coming on April 16, 2021.  This is also the first time the Falcons have been swept this year.  

Next up for BGSU is a trip back to the Perrysburg Tennis Center, where they will host Ball State on April 5 at 1 p.m.  

For more stories related to BGSU Athletics, follow Falcon Media Sports Network on X (@bg_fmsn).

 

 

 

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