Georgia State stumbled in a doubleheader Saturday, losing to both No. 18 Tennessee and Miami FL. The Panthers dropped the opening match of the doubleheader to the Volunteers 4-1, and fell 4-0 to Miami in the afternoon matchup.
Georgia State kicked the weekend off with a 6-1 win over Florida Gulf Coast Friday. The win improved GSU to 6-4 on the season. Jason Marshall's team has won five of their last six matches.
The Panthers are back on the road this weekend, this time headed to Fort Myers, Florida. GSU will play three matches in the Sunshine State, facing FGCU Friday morning, and meeting Miami and Tennessee for a doubleheader on Saturday.
Georgia State women's tennis lost 4-1 to Mississippi State. The loss dropped the Panthers to 5-4 on the season.
Georgia State women's tennis swept a pair of matches against Birmingham foes on Friday. The Panthers are now 5-3 on the season with four straight wins. GSU defeated UAB 4-2, and followed it up with a 4-1 win over Samford.
Fresh off two straight wins, Georgia State women's tennis is headed west to Birmingham for a pair of matches on Friday, followed by a trip to Starkville to take on Mississippi State on Sunday. The Panthers will take on UAB 11:00 am and Samford at 4:00 pm Eastern on Friday. Matches will either be played at UAB or at Samford depending on the weather. Sunday's match will be at Mississippi State and start at 1:00 pm.
Georgia State women's tennis swept a Saturday doubleheader with wins over Emory and Coastal Carolina. The wins improved the Panthers to an even 3-3 record.
Georgia State women's tennis is back in action this Saturday with a pair of matches in Atlanta. The Panthers will take on Emory at 10:00 am and Coastal Carolina at 3:00 pm. Both matches will be held at Emory's Woodruff P.E. Center Tennis Courts and may be played on the indoor courts depending on rain.
Sophomore Arina Taluyenko had a big day, but it was not enough ast Georgia State fell to Oregon 6-1 Saturday afternoon. Taluyenko is now 2-0 in singles play this season.
Georgia State women's tennis returns to the courts this weekend for a neutral site match against Oregon. The Panthers will take on the Ducks at noon on Saturday at Georgia Tech's Ken Byers Tennis Complex.
Former Panther Abigail Tere-Apisah has once again been selected as a recipient of the International Player Grand Slam Grant. This is Tere-Apisah's second straight year receiving the grant. She is one of 29 players from 20 different nations to earn the honor.
Georgia State women's tennis split a pair of matches Saturday to close out the season's opening weekend. GSU was defeated 4-1 by Oklahoma, but bounced back in the night session to defeat ULM by the same score. Senior Kristin Rehse led the way with a singles victory and a doubles win on the day.