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Tigers Travel to Mobile, Ala. for Jaguar Invitational
Wednesday, September 4, 2019
Tigers Travel to Mobile, Ala. for Jaguar Invitational

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Live Stats | Visit this link for live stats of each match listed.  (USA Sept.6 @2 p.m. | MVSU Sept.6 @4:30 p.m. | NSU Sept.7 @11:30 a.m.).

Broadcast | Visit this link for broadcasting of each match listed. (USA Sept.6 @2 p.m. | MVSU Sept.6 @4:30 p.m.).

MATCH INFORMATION: TSU will travel to Mobile Ala. for the Jaguar Invitational and compete against South Alabama, Mississippi Valley State and Northwestern State. Big Blue's record against USA is 0-2 with the last meeting being a 3-1 loss in 2013. Against MVSU, TSU's winning record is 2-1, winning the last match in 2002, 3-0. Northwestern State holds a winning record against Tennessee State, 0-2, winning the last meeting 3-1 in 2015.

TSU UPDATE: The Tigers hosted it's home opener against Chattanooga, winning the match 3-1 (25-16, 24-26, 25-21, 25-18). Tennessee State's overall record is 2-2 and against Chattanooga it is 3-7.

ABOUT SOUTH ALABAMA: After a successful seven-year run for former coach Amy Hendrihobsky, South Alabama hired the 2018 Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year, Alexsis Meeks. Meeks added Gandolfo of West Florida and Chilcoat of West Alabama to her staff, as well as signing a libero in the spring.

ABOUT MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE: With its first meeting in almost two decades, Mississippi Valley and Tennessee State will meet again at South Alabama’s tournament. TSU is 2-1 in the series with Mississippi Valley, sweeping the Delta Devils at ASU’s tournament in 2002.

ABOUT NORTHWESTERN STATE: The Tigers enter the third matchup against Northwestern State, looking for a victory. Big Blue has dropped the first two contests, but with a four year break, TSU wants a win. Last season, NSU went 2-3 at a neutral site.

UP NEXT: Tennessee State will host Evansville on Sept 10. at 6 p.m. This match will be High School night with a Meet and Greet after. Be sure to come out, meet the players and recieve some goodies from the players. 

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