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Limited 2023 Volleyball Season Tickets Available Now

THE FLATS – Season tickets for Georgia Tech volleyball’s 12-match home slate are on sale now, the program announced on Tuesday. A limited number of tickets are available as the announcement follows a 2022 season in which the Yellow Jackets sold out all 13 matches in O’Keefe Gymnasium and set a program attendance record of 3,418 in the first ever volleyball match in McCamish Pavilion. The White and Gold have sold out 24 of their last 25 matches in O’Keefe Gymnasium dating back to 2021.

Tickets

Limited season tickets are now available. Secure your 2023 Georgia Tech volleyball tickets online HERE. To view your current account details, you may log into your personal ticket account HERE. If you need assistance, the Georgia Tech Ticket Office may provide more information at 888.Tech.TIX. The Georgia Tech Ticket Office is also open Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Pricing

Adult – Season

$80.00

Youth (ages 3-18)/Senior (55+) – Season

$50.00

Seating is general admission.

A Closer Look

As part of a 28-match slate for the 2023 season, Georgia Tech volleyball’s schedule consists of 12 home matches, including the Georgia Tech Classic, highlighted by the home opener against archrival Georgia on Sept. 15 in the second ever McCamish Pavilion match

Following the Gold-White scrimmage (Aug. 13) and an exhibition match against Auburn (Aug. 19) on The Flats, the Jackets will make their official home debut hosting the Georgia Tech Classic. They’ll begin home competition with Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate against Georgia in McCamish Pavilion (Sept. 15), then take on Howard (Sept. 16) and San Diego (Sept. 17) in O’Keefe Gymnasium. The White and Gold will host nine Atlantic Coast Conference foes, beginning with NC State (Sept. 24) before going on a four-match homestand against Florida State (Oct. 13), Miami (Oct. 15), Duke (Oct. 20) and North Carolina (Oct. 22). Tech will begin a subsequent three-match stretch at home against perennial contender Louisville (Nov. 3), following with Notre Dame (Nov. 5) before wrapping up the stint with budding rival Pitt (Nov. 10). The Yellow Jackets will conclude their regular season home slate with Senior Day against Syracuse (Nov. 19).

Over the course of the past four seasons, Georgia Tech is 46-7 at home in O’Keefe Gymnasium. The Jackets went 11-3 on The Flats in 2022, including the program’s first match in McCamish Pavilion. Tech is 305-104 (.746) all time in O’Keefe Gymnasium’s 28-year history.

Georgia Tech will battle stiff competition on the road to a potential fourth straight appearance in the Big Dance as six of its 2022 home opponents competed in the 64-team field of the 2022 NCAA Division I Volleyball Championship, excluding exhibition opponent Auburn who also advanced to the postseason. The White and Gold will face national title contenders Louisville and as well as Final Four foes Pitt and San Diego.

Three of the aforementioned six teams finished ranked in the top five of the final 2022 American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 25. The Jackets concluded the 2022 season in the second round of the NCAA tournament, ranked No. 16 in the final AVCA poll.

Home Opponents in the 2022 NCAA Tournament

Auburn (Aug. 19, home | exhibition) – Second Round

Georgia (Sept. 15, home – McCamish Pavilion) – Second Round

San Diego (Sept. 17, home) – Final Four

Pitt (Nov. 10, home) – Final Four

Florida State (Oct. 13, home) – First Round

Miami (Oct. 15, home) – First Round

Louisville (Nov. 3, home) – National Championship Game

Home Opponents in the 2022 AVCA Final Rankings

No. 2 Louisville (Nov. 3, home / Nov. 21, away)

No. 3 San Diego (Sept. 17, home)

No. 4 Pitt (Oct. 6, away / Nov. 10, home)

Gearing up

Headlining Tech’s 13 returners from the 2022 campaign are a pair of all-ACC second team selections in outside hitter Bianca Bertolino and setter Bella D’Amico, the former of which also receive all-region honors. The incumbents will be joined by eight highly touted new Yellow Jackets, including three transfers and five freshmen, four of which are international.

Georgia Tech heads into the 2023 season on the heels of a 2022 season that saw the Jackets earn an NCAA tournament win for the third consecutive season under coach Michelle Collier, joining the White and Gold of 2002-04 as the only squads to do so in succession in program history. The berth in the Big Dance alone marked the 12th time in program history. Going beyond 2019’s NIVC title, Tech has won 79 of its last 99 matches.

Alexander-Tharpe Fund

The Alexander-Tharpe Fund is the fundraising arm of Georgia Tech athletics, providing scholarship, operations and facilities support for Georgia Tech’s 400-plus student-athletes. Be a part of developing Georgia Tech’s Everyday Champions and helping the Yellow Jackets compete for championships at the highest levels of college athletics by supporting the Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund, which directly provides scholarships for Georgia Tech student-athletes. To learn more about supporting the Yellow Jackets, visit atfund.org.   

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