Women's Tennis serves up first home event of '19-'20

Monday July 8, 2019Jerry Reilly
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FREDONIA, N.Y. – Women's tennis has the first scheduled home event of the 2019-20 Fredonia Blue Devil athletic year, an August 30 match starting at 4 p.m. vs. D'Youville on the Steele Hall courts.

There are 15 matches on the full 2019 schedule, including seven against SUNYAC opponents. Fredonia will play two conference matches at home, two on the road, and three at the Binghamton Tennis Center, also the site of the conference championships Oct. 12-13.

The Blue Devils reached the 2018 SUNYAC semifinals with a 6-3 win over Plattsburgh in the final match of the regular season.

Fredonia is coached by Matt Johnson, now in his second year in charge. He guided last year's team to a 12-4 mark, a school record for most wins in a season.

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