http://www.mstateathletics.com/fls/16800/livestats/mstatetennis.jpg#23 Mississippi State (5-1) vs. Alcorn State (0-1)
January 30, 2015 – 1 hour, 30 minutes


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Final Score – MSU 4, ASU 0



DOUBLES
Order of match finish…3,1,-

#1

Juan Cruz Estevarena/Florian Lakat (MSU)

6

Nikita Kostikov/Ernesto Santillan (ASU)

2

 

#2

Mate Cutura/Tassilo Schmid (MSU)

5

Nischay Rawal/Vasudev Vijayaraman (ASU)

4(susp.)

 

#3

Rishab Agarwal/Robin Haden (MSU)

6

Garry Amor/Kilian Salgado (ASU)

1


MATCH NOTES

-        MSU is now 3-0 all time against Alcorn State.

-        Bulldogs have won 18 of their last 20 matches at the A.J. Pitts Tennis Centre.

-        MSU returns to action this Sunday against No. 42 Texas Tech, scheduled for 11 a.m.

SINGLES
Order of match finish...5,6,1,-,-,-

#1

Florian Lakat (MSU)

6

6

-

Ernesto Santillan (ASU)

0

2

-

 

#2

No. 63 Tassilo Schmid (MSU)

6

3

-

Nikita Kostikov (ASU)

2

1(susp.)

-

 

#3

Juan Cruz Estevarena (MSU)

6

3

-

Nischay Rawal (ASU)

4

0(susp.)

-

 

#4

Mate Cutura (MSU)

6

1

-

Vasudev Vijayaraman (ASU)

4

1(susp.)

-

 

#5

Rishab Agarwal (MSU)

6

6

-

Garry Amor (ASU)

0

0

-

 

#6

Robin Haden (MSU)

6

6

-

Kilian Salgado (ASU)

1

0

-


COLLEGE TENNIS SCORING SYSTEM

Under the current system, a college tennis match consists of three doubles matches and six singles matches which determine seven total points as follows:

- All matches will be played with no-ad scoring.

- Doubles - Three doubles matches will be played to begin the match. Each match will be one set (first to 6, by two). A regular tiebreaker (first to 7, by two) will be played if a set reaches 6-all.

- Intermission - Five minutes between doubles and singles
- Singles - Six singles matches will be played after the intermission. Each singles match will be best 2-of-3 sets (first to 6, by two). A regular tiebreaker (first to 7, by two) will be played if a set reaches 6-all.

The team to score four points or more is the winner of the match.