The duo bested pairs from Tulane, No. 17 FAU, No. 13 South Carolina, and No. 3 FSU on the way to earning CCSA All-Tournament honors.
Weiner and Novack guided the Panthers to a 2-0 start in pool play of the championship on Friday. After earning a first-round bye, the pair led Georgia State to a victory over Florida Atlantic to advance to the semifinals on Sunday. With Weiner and Novack's win on Sunday, the Panthers nearly upset No. 3 Florida State to advance to the championship, falling to the Seminoles 3-2.
The pair has won 14 straight matches including six-straight against ranked opposition. Saturday’s win over FAU was the 91st on the career for Weiner making her the winningest player in GSU history.