What you need to know:

The Georgia State women’s tennis team will be seeking its fifth straight win Saturday. The Panthers (4-3, 0-1) take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs (6-1) at 2 p.m. ET at Piedmont Park.

* After starting 0-3 this season, GSU has gotten hot behind stellar play from freshman Arina Taluyenko and junior Kristin Rehse. The two have combined to go 10-0 in singles matches on the year.

* Come out and cheer on the Panthers Saturday at Piedmont Park at 2 p.m. ET. Admission is free to the public.

ATLANTA – Georgia State (4-3, 0-1) returns home to Atlanta and Piedmont Park again on Saturday to host Mississippi State. The Bulldogs (6-1) will provide a tough test for the Panthers.

On Wednesday afternoon, GSU swept Samford 7-0 to pick up its fourth consecutive win.

Junior Kristin Rehse and freshman Arina Taluyenko have helped the Panthers go 21-13 in singles matches this season. Georgia State has outscored its opponents 21-4 during its four-match win streak.

Freshmen Damira Muminović and Anastasia Grosheva each won their third singles match Wednesday. Lara Vovk and Daniela Ramirez each won their second singles match on the season with straight-set victories.

Mississippi State has started the 2017 season strong with wins over Syracuse, South Alabama and Minnesota.

The Bulldogs sustained their only loss of the year at the hands of the Michigan Wolverines. The team has only dropped a total four matches in its six wins.

Come out Saturday and cheer on GSU at Piedmont Park. First serve between the Panthers and Bulldogs is set for 2 p.m. ET.

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