Augusta State will play West Florida later today to set up the finals.
In the quarterfinals, Augusta State held a 4-2 edge over Grand Canyon before play was suspended due to darkness Thursday night.
Augusta State No. 1 seed Bernardo Fernandes lost his match to Stephane Murray in the third set. ASU No. 3 Victor Cabellos lost in two sets to Patrice Giraldi. It all came down to Boturao.
Trailing 4-3 in the third set to No. 22 Frederic Schoelzel, Boturao broke serve and then held serve. Up 5-4, Boturao broke serve again to win the final point and send the Jaguars to their first Final Four appearance.
On Thursday, Augusta State went 2-1 in doubles to grab an early lead. Then, Victor Guimaraes and Jan Labas each won their matches in two set to give the Jaguars two more points.