The Panthers had a solid performance at the tournament, with one doubles pair advancing to the finals and several singles players advancing to the quarterfinals. The team went 15-11 in singles play and 7-3 in doubles play.
In the Old Gold Doubles bracket, Andrei Andrukhou and Quentin Coulaud fell in the semifinals to eventual bracket winner Carlos Divar and Michael Kay 8-2 while Sebastian Acuna and Jack MacFarlane fell to the pair 8-5 in the finals.
No. 2 seed Andrei Duarte and Bailey Showers fell 8-1 in the semifinals to Brandon Freestone and Elijah Melendez of host Georgia Tech. Hussey and Kuynh defeated the duo from Georgia Tech 8-4 to win the White Doubles bracket.
Hussey advanced to the quarterfinals of the Old Gold Singles bracket but fell to the eventual bracket winner Divar 6-2, 6-3. MacFarlane advanced to the quarterfinals of the back draw but was defeated 4-6, 6-3, 6-0 by runner-up Amma Alhaqbani of Virginia.
No. 4 seed Andrukhou fell in the quarterfinals but earned a fourth-place finish with a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Asaba Abraham of Virginia Tech. Acuna was the final Panther to compete in the Old Gold Singles bracket, falling in the semifinals of the back draw to No. seed Thomas Mayronne.
Coulaud finished in third place as the No. 2 seed, defeating Huynh 6-2, 6-1 in the playoffs. Showers fell 6-3, 6-1 in the quarterfinals of the back draw, with Duarte also falling in the back draw quarterfinals.
“Overall I was pleased with how the team competed in our last fall tournament against some great competition,” coach Jonathan Wolff said. “We showed signs of improvement in our doubles and the results definitely showed. We had a tough second day in singles, but our guys showed resiliency in bouncing back to finish day three strong. With the amount of matches that took place this past weekend, as a team we certainly feel prepared to go into spring competition.”
Georgia State will return to the court in January to open spring dual play.