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Jackets Record Seventh ACC Sweep at Virginia

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Recording its seventh Atlantic Coast Conference sweep and 12th of the season, Georgia Tech volleyball (17-8, 10-4 ACC) shutout Virginia (11-16, 3-11 ACC) 3-0 on Sunday afternoon to finish out its four-match road trip.

How it happened:
The Jackets jumped out to a 10-5 lead in the first with a 7-1 run and Virginia called a timeout. Tech kept on rolling, moving its lead to 16-8 on a service ace from freshman Julia Bergmann and the Cavaliers used their second timeout. Virginia was able to string together a handful of points but the Jackets easily pocketed the set at 25-14 on a service error. With 14 kills in the first set, the Jackets had more than double the amount of kills than the Cavaliers (six).

The second set was a closer start but the Jackets once again worked their way to a 16-10 lead on a service ace from sophomore Mariana Brambilla and Virginia signaled for timeout. Tech stayed ahead and a kill from sophomore Kayla Kaiser gave the Jackets the 21-15 lead, inciting the Cavaliers to burn their second timeout. Virginia battled back, putting together three in a row as the Jackets had set point to make it 24-20 and Tech called its first timeout. Sophomore Matti McKissock snuck one over the net to seal the set for the Jackets at 25-20 for the 2-0 lead.

Virginia bounced back in the third set, using a 4-0 run to lead 9-5 and Tech called timeout. The Jackets battled back to knot the score at 11-11 and the teams traded points to a tie at 15-15 before the Jackets snuck ahead by three at 18-15 on a bad set. Tech held into its lead, making it 21-18 on a kill from Brambilla and Virginia used its first timeout of the set. The Cavaliers came within one at 22-21 but sophomore Mikaila Dowd kept the Jackets’ lead alive with a kill and Virginia called its second timeout. Dowd landed another kill to give the Jackets set point and a service error secured the sweep for Tech at 25-23.

Up next:
The Jackets return to O’Keefe on Sunday, Nov. 17 for their second meeting of the season with NC State at 1 p.m. on ACCNX.

Tech Tidbits:

  • The sweep was Tech’s seventh sweep in ACC play.
  • It was the Jackets’ 12th sweep this season.
  • Brambilla led all player with 12 kills.

ACC Network has launched!
The ACC Network is a linear and digital platform dedicated to 24/7 coverage of ACC sports that launched on Aug. 22, 2019. It will exclusively televise approximately 450 live events each year, including 40 football games as well as 150 men’s and women’s basketball contests.

 Don’t get shut out! For more information and to learn if your cable/satellite/digital provider is carrying the ACC Network, visit GetACCN.com. Georgia Tech fans whose cable/satellite/digital providers aren’t carrying the ACC Network are urged to contact their providers and ask for the ACC Network to be a part of their subscription.

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