The Bulldogs (14-9) posted the program’s
best record since 1998 and made the 20th NCAA appearance in school history.
Georgia Tech won the doubles point by claiming all three matches.
In singles action, Mississippi State got victories from George Coupland, James Chaudry and Louis Cant.
Coupland and teammate Artem Ilyushin were selected as alternates for the NCAA Singles Championship later this month in Palo Alto, Calif.
Rough day for Rebels: Both Ole Miss tennis suffered season-ending losses on Saturday.
The Ole Miss men (13-11) built a 3-1 lead against 12th-seeded UCLA in Los Angeles before the Bruins rallied to take a 4-3 victory in the second round of the NCAA Championships.
UCLA advanced to face Baylor in the Sweet Sixteen.
Ole Miss’ women (11-11) battled Arizona State for almost five hours before losing 4-3 in the first round of the NCAA Championships.