What you need to know:

Georgia State extended its win streak to three matches with a dominant 6-1 victory over the Miami OH Redhawks. The Panthers (3-3) improved to .500 on the season with the convincing result.

* GSU took the doubles point thanks to Tarani Kamoe and Arina Taluyenko’s 7-6 win over Miami OH’s Nelli Ponomareva and Anastasiia Vasiukhina. Daniela Ramirez and Anastasia Grosheva won their doubles match via forfeit. The Panthers took five of the six singles matches to pick up their third straight win.

* Playing its best tennis of the season, Georgia State returns home on Saturday, Feb. 18th for its first home match of 2017. The Panthers host Winthrop and UAB at Piedmont Park starting at 11 a.m. ET.


LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Georgia State women’s tennis team dominated Miami OH to earn its third consecutive win. The Panthers (3-3) routed the Redhawks (1-3) 6-1 inside Louisville’s Bass-Rudd Tennis Center.

GSU took the doubles point after Tarani Kamoe and Arina Taluyenko’s 7-6 win. Daniela Ramirez and Anastasia Grosheva won their doubles match via forfeit.

Taluyenko, Ramirez, Damira Muminović, Grosheva and Kamoe each notched singles victories on the afternoon.

Playing in the No. 1 spot, Taluyenko gutted out a 6-4, 0-6, 6-4 win against the Redhawks' Nelli Ponomareva.

Ramirez, Muminović and Grosheva played in the No. 2, 4 and 5 spots respectively and managed singles wins in straight sets. Kamoe notched another win in singles via Miami OH’s second forfeit on the day.

After improving to .500 on the season, Georgia State will return to Atlanta for its first home match on Saturday, Feb. 18th. The Panthers will host Winthrop and UAB at Piedmont Park starting at 11 a.m. ET.  

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