What you need to know:
* Georgia State women's tennis wraps up its 2017 campaign. The Panthers (13-9) finished the season with a winning record for the fourth consecutive season.
* GSU also notched four Sun Belt Conference victories and posted an 8-3 record on neutral courts. Freshmen Arina Taluyenko and junior Kristin Rehse led the Panthers all season long and were named to the All-Conference First Team. Taluyenko also took home Player to Watch honors.
* Head coach Jason Marshall and the team enter the off-season expected to return seven student-athletes including Taluyenko, Rehse, Damira Muminovic and Anastasia Grosheva. The four players combined for 45 singles wins this year. The tennis team graduates senior Tarani Kamoe.
ATLANTA – The Georgia State women's tennis team heads into the off-season after a productive 2017 season. The Panthers (13-9) recorded their fourth straight winning season and found a gem of a player in rising sophomore Arina Taluyenko.
Among GSU's 13 wins include road wins against Louisville, Georgia Southern and Appalachian State as well as neutral site victories over Coastal Carolina, Miami (OH) and Troy. The Panthers finished with a winning season at Piedmont Park and GSU-Clarkston after defeating UAB back on March 29.
Rehse compiled a 9-5 singles record and went 9-7 in doubles with partner Damira Muminovic. Taluyenko sparkled in singles play with a 15-4 record and won seven of her last nine. She also earned a 13-7 doubles record including 12 victories with senior Tarani Kamoe. Kamoe wraps up her four years at Georgia State with a noteworthy doubles career. The Nadi, Fiji native went 48-26 in doubles play and 12-8 this season.
In doubles play, Grosheva and Vovk finished the year strong going 5-1 as a pair.
Head coach Jason Marshall and the Panthers are expected to return seven student-athletes next fall. GSU's fall season should begin in late September.
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