Tech Volleyball Standout Kyleen Bell Earns Verizon Academic Honors

ATLANTA – Georgia Tech volleyball star Kyleen Bell is one of six athletes named to the first team Verizon District III Academic Volleyball team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Bell, a junior from Rocklin, Calif., carries an impressive 3.95 grade point average with a major in Management. She is the starting middle blocker for the Georgia Tech volleyball team, which captured a share of the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season title and currently has a 24-7 record. A first-team all-ACC selection this season, Bell leads the team with 427 kills and 114 blocks and a .346 hitting percentage. This marks the second year Bell has earned all-district honors.

To be eligible for Verizon Academic all-America honors, a student-athlete must be a starter or important reserve with at least a 3.2 cumulative grade point average. As a first-team all-District honoree, Bell is now eligible for the national all-America team. The Verizon Academic all-America volleyball team will be announced in December.

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