Nov. 12, 2005
Ulrike Stegemann recorded a career-best 21 kills and hit .543 as the Georgia Tech volleyball team fell in four games (27-30, 30-26, 27-30, 33-35) to North Carolina Saturday night. With the defeat, Tech drops to 14-12, 10-7 ACC while the Tar Heels improve to 21-7, 16-2 ACC.
The match was close the entire evening with both teams playing strong defense. The Jackets ended the night with a season-best 90 digs as a team as senior Jennifer Randall led the way with 31 digs followed by Lindsey Gray who each had a career-best 15 saves and Showers who also added 15. Senior setter Lindsey Laband was Tech’s final player with double-figure digs, finishing with 10. In her final match in O’Keefe Gym, senior Katie Mohs posted a career-best five digs.
Offensively, Talisa Kellogg ended the night with 24 kills while Laura DeMichelis finished with 15. Laband ran the offense recording a season-high 67 assists in her final match in O’Keefe Gym as Tech ended with a .207 hitting percentage.
At the net, Nikki Kaminskas finished with five total blocks while Stegemann and Laband each added four.
The Tar Heels were led by Dani Nyenhuis who ended the evening with a match-high 25 kills and 17 digs.
The Yellow Jackets will return to action Tuesday when they travel to Clemson, SC to take on Clemson University at 7 pm.