ATLANTA – With seven members receiving academic honors, the Georgia State women's tennis team performed at a high level on and off the court this season.
Georgia State women's tennis wraps up its 2017 campaign. The Panthers (13-9) finished the season with a winning record for the fourth consecutive season.
No. 3 seed Georgia State dropped a close semifinal match to No. 2 South Alabama 4-2 in New Orleans, La. Damira Muminović and Lara Vovk each notched singles victories in the No. 5 and 6 flights, but it was not enough in the end.
Georgia State avenged its regular season loss to UT Arlington Friday afternoon in New Orleans. The Panthers (13-8) edged the Mavericks 4-3 in the quarterfinal round.
Georgia State travels to New Orleans, La. for the Sun Belt Championship beginning Friday. The Panthers are poised to make a run as a No. 3 seed to defend last season's Sun Belt title.
The Sun Belt Conference released the Women's Tennis Championship bracket Tuesday morning. Georgia State enters the SBC Tournament as a No. 3 seed. The Panthers (12-8, 4-3) have a first-round bye and open play with the winner of UT Arlington and Arkansas State on Friday, April 21st.
Georgia State turned in its second 4-0 sweep in as many days Sunday morning. The Panthers (12-8, 4-3) used balanced doubles and singles play to control the match from start to finish.
Georgia State bounced back with a 4-0 rout of Appalachian State Saturday afternoon. The Panthers (11-8, 3-3) played well in singles and doubles play to take home the victory.
Georgia State had its three-match win streak snapped Friday in Mobile, Ala. The Panthers fell to the South Alabama Jaguars 5-2 after winning the doubles point.
The Panthers head to Mobile, Ala. to play three matches in as many days this weekend. Having won five of its last six matches, GSU will look to extend its win streak to four.
ATLANTA - Georgia State fought to a 5-2 victory versus UAB Wednesday at Piedmont Park. The Panthers (10-7, 2-2) controlled the match from start to finish on a gorgeous day for tennis.
After defeating Troy and Georgia Southern last weekend, Georgia State welcomes UAB to Piedmont Park Wednesday. The Panthers (9-7, 2-2) meet the Blazers (4-11, 0-1) at 1 p.m. ET.