The No. 37 Georgia State men's tennis team defeated No. 4 seeded Troy 4-1 Saturday afternoon to advance to the Sun Belt Championship finals.
The No. 37 Georgia State men's team defeated No. 8 seed Louisiana 4-2 to open the Sun Belt Championship. The Panthers advanced to the semifinals with the win, facing No. 4 Troy at 4 p.m.
The Sun Belt announced Thursday that Zackery Kennedy and Andrei Andrukhou were both named to the All-Sun Belt Singles First Team, as well as being named to the All-Sun Belt Doubles Second Team. Head coach Brett Ross was also recognized, being named Coach of the Year for the second consecutive year.
The No. 37 Georgia State men's tennis team will open the Sun Belt Conference Championship against the No. 8 seeded Louisiana, entering the tournament as the top seed for the second consecutive year.
Junior Andrei Andrukhou helped lead the Panthers to a 2-0 week to close out regular season play, earning him the Sun Belt Player of the Week award.
The No. 37 Georgia State men's tennis team will head to New Orleans for the Sun Belt Conference Championship as the No. 1 seed to the second year in a row.
The No. 35 Georgia State men's tennis team defeated Furman 4-3 in a come-from-behind victory, extending its win-streak to eight matches. Sebastian Acuna clinched the match for the Panthers, his third of the season.
The No. 35 Georgia State men's tennis team will face Furman in its regular season finale Friday afternoon, with the team heading to the Sun Belt Conference Championships beginning April 21.
No. 81 Zackery Kennedy helped lead the Panthers to a perfect weekend with victories over Old Dominion and Florida Atlantic, going 2-0 in both singles and doubles play to be named Sun Belt Player of the Week.
The No. 38 Georgia State men's tennis team earned a 4-3 victory over Florida Atlantic on Monday afternoon in its home finale, with senior Felipe Jaworski earning his fifth match-clinching point of the season.
The No. 38 Georgia State men's tennis team earned a 4-1 victory on the road Saturday afternoon. Senior Felipe Jaworski clinched the match for GSU, his fourth clinch of the season.
The No. 38 Georgia State men's tennis team will hit the road before returning home for the first two of its final three matches of the regular season.