June 26, 2012
– Name: Callie Bivings
Bivings, a setter and rightside hitter, comes to Tech from Wesleyan High School in Norcross, Ga., after lettering all four seasons under Ted Russell. The two-time captain helped her team earn the 2009 state championship as well as the 2008 and 2009 area championship and 2008-10 Gwinnett County Championships.
When I was a kid, the professional athlete I pretended to be was: Muhammad Ali
On a random night off the court, fans can find me: with friends!
Three things I cannot live without are: My cell phone, my Bible, and my volleyball
My special hidden talent is: I’m a black belt in Tae Kwon Do
The title to a movie about my life would be: The Epic Tale of the Life of Callie Bivings
The person who has influenced my game the most: All of my teammates through high school
On the court, some would describe my game face as: excited
The thing that excites me most about being a student-athlete is: getting to do the thing that I love the most everyday
The things that drew me to Georgia Tech the most was: The coaches, volleyball program, campus and academics. Also I love that it is in the ACC
My top academic and athletic goals while I attend Georgia Tech are: Improve greatly as a player and prepare myself to be successful in a job that I love.
What I am going to bring to Georgia Tech Volleyball: Enthusiasm and Spirit