What you need to know:
* The Panthers will continue dual play on the road this weekend, facing No. 26 Oregon and Portland in Eugene, Ore.
* The team is 2-1 following a third place finish at the FSU Spring Invite last weekend.
* First serve against the Duck on Friday is set for 8 p.m. and first serve agaisnt the Pilots is set for 5 p.m. Saturday.
ATLANTA- Following a successful opening weekend at the FSU Spring Invite, the Georgia State men’s tennis team will continue dual play on the road in Eugene, Ore. this weekend. The team will face both No. 26 Oregon and Portland at the Student Tennis Center over two days.
The Panthers are 2-1 after one weekend of play, earning two sweeps to place third at the FSU Spring Invite.
Senior Sebastian Acuna clinched the first sweep for GSU, defeating Stathis Tsirandis in straight sets. Sophomore Quentin Coulaud clinched the second sweep, going into the tiebreaker set and going 2-1 overall in singles play.
Freshman Kevin Huynh had an impressive weekend in singles and doubles play, earning two singles victories and defeating the No. 8 doubles pair from Florida State with partner Giles Hussey. Huynh was named GSU Student-Athlete of the Week for his performance on the court.
No. 26 Oregon is 2-0 on the season, earning 7-0 victories over Idaho and Portland State. The Ducks are home to an individual and doubles ranking, with Thomas Laurent ranking No. 6 and Laurent pairing with Cormac Clissold as the No. 17 duo in the nation.
Portland will open dual play against the Panthers, heading to Wake Forest for the ITA Kick-Off Weekend to close out January.
First serve against the Ducks is set for 8 p.m. Friday night with first serve against the Pilots Saturday night set for 5 p.m. Live stats for the Oregon match will be available at GeorgiaStateSports.com.
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