What you need to know:

Georgia State had its four-match winning streak snapped Saturday afternoon. After winning the doubles point, the Panthers dropped all six singles matches to fall 6-1 against Mississippi State at Piedmont Park.

* Damira Muminović and Kristin Rehse picked up their fourth doubles win on the season against Miss. St.’s Anastasia Rentouli and Sara Lizariturry. Daniela Ramirez and Anastasia Grosheva improved to .500 in doubles with a 6-4 victory over the Bulldogs’ third pair. After doubles, the Panthers were unable to win any singles matches amd fell in straight sets.

* GSU will be back in action next Friday, March 3rd at the GSU-Clarkston facility. The Panthers take on ETSU at 2 p.m. ET.


ATLANTA – Georgia State jumped out to a 1-0 lead over Mississippi State Saturday afternoon. The Bulldogs (7-1) took all six singles matches in straight sets to defeat the Panthers (4-4, 0-1) 6-1 at Piedmont Park.

Damira Muminović and Kristin Rehse picked up their fourth doubles win on the season against Miss. St.’s Anastasia Rentouli and Sara Lizariturry.

Daniela Ramirez and Anastasia Grosheva improved to .500 in doubles with a 6-4 victory over the Bulldogs’ third pair of Madison Harrison and Khrystyna Vozniak.

Freshmen Arina Taluyenko and Muminović carried their respective opponents Harrison and Vozniak into the tie break in the first set, but ultimately fell in the second set.

The Miss. St. Bulldogs won their fifth consecutive match  to hand GSU its first loss since a 4-2 deficit against Illinois back on Jan. 28th.

Head coach Jason Marshall and the Panthers will look to bounce back next Friday when they take on ETSU. The match is set for 2 p.m. ET at the GSU-Clarkston facility.

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