ATLANTA - The Georgia State men's tennis team will conclude its fall season at the Charleston Challenge Nov. 8-10. 

The Panthers will play four players - Robert Schulze, Thomas Cook, Valentin Horvat and Jannis Koeke - in both singles and doubles. Schulze and Horvat will team up for doubles, as will Cook and Koeke. 

Both doubles and singles play will take place in A, B, C or D flights. 

The tournament will also feature players from Virginia Tech, South Carolina State, Liberty and host College of Charleston. Virginia Tech finished last season ranked No. 39, while the Panthers finished No. 61. 

"We are excited to finish our fall campaign on a high note with the College of Charleston Tournament as we are looking to get ready for our start into the season," head coach Joerg Barthel said. "January is around the corner and we need to be prepared for what is ahead. We decided to take a very young group to this tournament and will work on competing at the highest level possible"

Check back to GeorgiaStateSports.com for updates from the Charleston Challenge.