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Georgia Tech Volleyball Loses at Boston College

Nov. 18, 2005

Final Stats

Shardai Davis and Morgan Woodstock each had 13 kills for Boston College as the Georgia Tech volleyball team lost to the Eagles Friday night, 3-1 (30-24, 24-30, 26-30, 28-30). With the defeat, the Yellow Jackets drop to 15-13, 11-8 ACC while the Eagles improve to 8-20, 3-16 ACC.

Talisa Kellogg led the Yellow Jackets with 21 kills and 11 digs while Ulrike Stegemann finished with 10 kills while Lindsey Laband ended with 43 assists, 16 digs and five block assists.

In game one, the Jackets started off slow as the Eagles took an early 4-1 lead after several Yellow Jacket hitting errors. A kill from Kellogg closed the score at 3-5 and then Tech tied the score at 5-5 after a service ace from Laband. Three straight hitting errors by DeMichelis and an error from Miller followed by a kill from Niemczewska than gave the Eagles a 15-9 lead. The Jackets then tied the score at 16-16 with a service ace from Gray, two kills from Kellogg and several Boston College hitting errors. After a hitting error from Stegemann made the score 17-19, the Jackets then took a 20-19 lead with kills from Stegemann and Kellogg and an Eagle hitting error. Tech went on a 10-5 run to close out the game, scoring the final point on a service ace from Laband to win the game, 30-24.

In game two, Tech fell behind and was down by as many as 10 points at 6-16. After a kill from DeMichelis made the score 7-16, the Jackets then got as close as three points at 22-25 on a kill from Kellogg but two straight Eagles’ kill gave Boston College a 27-22 lead. After a block from Kellogg and Kaminskas gave the Jackets the serve at 24-29, Kellogg hit her serve into the net to give the Eagles the game, 30-24.

The Jackets came out on fire in game three, scoring the first six points of the game and led by as many as seven at 9-2. But the Eagles slowly chipped away at the deficit and eventually tied the game at 20-20 on a kill from Morgan Woodcock. After tying the game at 20-20, Stegemann and DeMichelis each recorded a hitting error to give Boston College its first lead, 22-20. Tech narrowed the margin to one at 23-24, but a kill from Tori Thompson and Niemczewski made the score 23-26. Tech made the score 25-28 but a kill from Shardi Davis made it 25-29 and the Jackets would go on to lose, 26-30.

Boston College carried its momentum into game four, leading throughout the game. Tech fought its way back into the game tying the score at 27-27, but could not close it out, losing 30-28.

The Yellow Jackets will return to action Sunday when they travel to take on Maryland at 1 p.m.

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