Oct. 4, 2015
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Georgia Tech volleyball team (11-5, 2-2 ACC) fell at No. 17 Florida State (11-4, 4-0) in three sets Sunday afternoon at Tully Gym.
How it Happened
In set one, the Yellow Jackets stayed close to the Seminoles throughout the game. At 24-20, Georgia Tech fended off two Florida State set-points, pulling within two, 24-22, but the Seminoles captured the opening frame, 25-22.
Georgia Tech was down 24-14 in game two and held off set-point with a 6-0 rally, but fell in set two 25-20. The Seminoles jumped out to a 9-1 lead in game three and never looked back, winning 25-13.
“Florida State is a great team, and in order to be able to compete with great teams we need to do great things and we didn’t,” head coach Michelle Collier said. “We played below our potential in every aspect of the game, and the focus now needs to be on how we get collectively better next week and be ready to face two tough opponents again.”
– Annika Van Gunst and Lauren Pitz led the Yellow Jackets with eight and six kills, respectively. Teegan Van Gunst added five kills and Gabriela Stavnetchei had four.
– London Ackermann put up a team-best 13 digs and Teegan Van Gunst contributed 10 digs.
The Georgia Tech volleyball team will play its annual pink match, this year titled “Jackets For The Cure” presented by UnitedHealthcare, on Friday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. against Louisville on ESPN3. The Yellow Jackets will don pink jerseys for breast cancer awareness.
Georgia Tech will auction off its pink jerseys with the proceeds benefiting the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The auction begins Friday, Oct. 9 at Noon and ends Friday, Oct. 23 at Noon. Bidding begins at $50 with $5 increments.
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