How to stop from suggesting "Push to Repository: Subversion"

In this one project I created a git rep by importing from an svn repo so it would have all of the commit history from svn. The svn repo no longer exists anywhere but whenever I try to push changes from this local working copy SourceTree always suggests "Subversion" as an option of where to push it to. And worse, it's always the default selected choice, instead of "origin". 

What's the cause of this? How do I stop it?

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In "Repository Settings..." you can delete remotes.

Thanks, though the only remote listed is my git origin. No svn remote.

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