Eagles Continue Final Homestand with The Citadel and Davidson
Georgia Southern enters the weekend competition with a 5-7-1 overall record and 1-3-1 Southern Conference ledger. The Citadel is 8-8 overall and 1-3, while Davidson is 5-11 and 1-4 in league matches.
Georgia Southern Hosts
The Eagles will look to break a four-match skid on Saturday. Georgia Southern is coming off a 6-1 defeat against Elon (March 24) in Statesboro. Jayraj Jadeja was the lone victory for the Eagles claiming a 6-2 straight set victory over Philip Nemec at the two seed.
Scouting The Citadel
The Citadel Bulldogs enter Saturday’s match looking to snap a two-match skid. The Bulldogs have dropped their past two matches to Wofford and most recently Furman. The Paladins blanked the Bulldogs, 7-0 on March 29. The Citadel hosts Samford on Friday before traveling to Statesboro.
The Wildcats are coming off a 7-0 sweep by No. 66 Elon on April 1. Davidson has dropped the past four matches, three to SoCon opponents. A 5-2 victory over Chattanooga marks the only conference win by Davidson thus far in the dual season. Davidson will face College of Charleston on Saturday before heading to Georgia Southern.
Both opponents took matches from Georgia Southern in the 2008 season. The Citadel registered a 5-2 victory in Charleston, while Davidson recorded a 5-2 win in Davidson. Georgia Southern notched a 4-3 home decision over The Citadel in 2007. The last time the Eagles recorded a win over Davidson dates back to the 2005 season when Georgia Southern secured a 6-1 victory.
- Category: Men's Tennis
- Published on Friday, 03 April 2009 00:03