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Tigers Look to Continue Streak in Memphis
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Tigers Look to Continue Streak in Memphis
Photo by Sam Jordan- TSU Athletics

TENNESSEE STATE at ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF
Friday, Mar. 3 | 10 a.m. CT
Memphis, Tenn.  

TENNESSEE STATE at RHODES
Saturday, Mar. 4 | 9 a.m. CT
Memphis, Tenn.   

TENNESSEE STATE at LEMOYNE-OWEN
Saturday, Mar. 4 | 2 p.m. CT
Memphis, Tenn.  

OPENING SERVE: The TSU women’s tennis team looks to build on early season success with a trio of road matches at Rhodes on March 3 and 4 in Memphis.

LAST TIME OUT: The last time the Tigers were in action TSU earned a 6-1 victory over Cumberland at Hadley Park. TSU won two doubles matches on the day before picking up straight set victories in five singles matches.

ABOUT ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF: Pine Bluff has started the season 0-11. James Cowan is the head of the Golden Lions program.

ABOUT RHODES:  Rhodes is off to a 5-2 start; but has lost its last match against Hendrix. Natalie Arnold leads the team with six singles wins this season.

ABOUT LEMOYNE OWEN: Avery Coins is at the helm of the program leading seven student-athletes.

UP NEXT: The Tigers will have a three game home-stand starting with the first conference match against Austin Peay on March 17.

 

Singles Victory Leader: Popiashvili (17)

Doubles Victory Leader-Team: NATRAJ, Pragati/VISWANATH, Abhilasha (5)

Doubles Victory Leader-Individual: NATRAJ, Pragati (9)

 

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