Oct. 2, 2001
Behind 16 kills and eight digs from Kyleen Bell, the Yellow Jacket volleyball won its fourth consecutive conference match, defeating NC State in four games, 30-13, 30-13, 21-30, 30-17. Georgia Tech improves to 8-3, 4-1 ACC while the Wolfpack falls to 5-7, 1-4 ACC.
The Jackets jumped out to an early two games to none lead while hitting .681 as a team compared to State’s .038 percentage. Tech also outdug the Wolfpack 28 to 14, including seven from Lynnette Moster. In game three, State cut down on its errors and played strong defense, holding the Jackets to a .050 percentage while hitting .188 themselves to win the game. But, in game four, Tech regrouped to claim the decisive game and the match.
In addition to Bell, Pachale recorded 15 kills and a .357 hitting percentage while Kele Eveland notched 49 assists and Moster notched 13 digs. Alexandra Preiss continued to play solid in conference play, as she notched seven kills and hit a career-high .778 in the match. Keight Vincent also played solidly for Tech, tallying a career high 12 digs.
For the Wolfpack, Charece Williams tabbed a team-high 14 kills, while Melanie Rowe and Alison Kreager each tallied eight digs.
The Jackets will return to action on Sunday when they travel to Chapel Hill, NC, to face North Carolina (10-3, 4-0 ACC) at 3 p.m. in Carmichael Auditorium.