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October
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Gametracker | WREK
Last Match
  1 2 3
Georgia Tech 16 22 20
Miami 25 25 25
Teegan Van Gunst (GT): 9 K, 11 D, .240 hit
Annika Van Gunst (GT): 9 K, .174 hit
Savannah Leaf (UM): 16 K, .424 hit
2014 ACC Standings
  ACC Overall  
  W L Pct. W L Pct. Streak
#4 Florida State 7 0 1.000 19 0 1.000 W 19
#21 Duke 7 1 .875 15 4 .789 L 1
#9 North Carolina 6 1 .857 15 2 .882 W 6
Pittsburgh 5 1 .833 17 2 .895 W 4
Miami 6 2 .750 13 6 .684 W 4
Louisville 5 3 .625 13 7 .650 W 3
Virginia 4 3 .571 11 9 .550 L 1
Clemson 3 4 .429 14 6 .700 L 1
Boston College 3 4 .429 8 10 .444 L 1
Wake Forest 2 5 .286 12 9 .571 L 4
Georgia Tech 2 6 .250 9 12 .429 L 3
Notre Dame 2 6 .250 5 14 .263 W 1
NC State 1 6 .143 12 7 .632 L 6
Virginia Tech 1 6 .143 8 12 .400 L 4
Syracuse 1 7 .125 8 12 .400 W 1
ACC SCORES
Fri 24 Oct
Boston College at #9 North Carolina, 6:00pm
Miami at Wake Forest, 6:00pm
Clemson at #21 Duke, 6:30pm
#4 Florida State at Pittsburgh, 7:00pm
NC State at Virginia, 7:00pm
Notre Dame at Virginia Tech, 7:00pm
Syracuse at Georgia Tech, 8:30pm
Sat 25 Oct
Notre Dame at Virginia, 7:00pm
Sun 26 Oct
#4 Florida State at Wake Forest, 12:00pm
#9 North Carolina at Georgia Tech, 1:00pm
Clemson at Virginia Tech, 1:00pm
Boston College at NC State, 2:00pm
Louisville at Pittsburgh, 2:00pm
2015 Recruits

Lauren Frerking - 6-0 MB (Wesleyan/A5) - Played for club team that finished tied for 3rd in 18 Open at the 2014 USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships and 6th place in 18 Open at the AAU Girls National Championships ... "Just missed" PrepVolleyball.com's 2015 Senior Aces list ... Won 2013 Georgia AA State Championship ... 2013 Georgia AA All-State team .. 2013 Gwinnett Post Player of the Year ... Sister Katie plays basketball at Auburn ... Brother Andrew plays football at Baylor ... Father Bill played basketball at UMKC and is a member of their Hall of Fame ... Has also played softball, basketball and soccer.

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Saturday
Oct012011

Tech downed by NC State in 5

For the first time since 1999, Georgia Tech lost to NC State at home in a 25-20, 25-20, 23-25, 22-25, 18-20 thriller Friday night in Atlanta. Junior rightside Monique Mead had 27 kills, 9 digs and 6 blocks, but also had a career-high 16 hitting errors (as well as a career-high 72 swings). Junior libero Nicky Meyer also set a career-high while leading the back row with 25 digs, while junior defensive specialist Susan Carlson tied her career-high with 13 digs. Tech had three players other than Mead with double-figure kills: sophomore outside Jennifer Percy had 13, senior middle Asia Stawicka had 12 and sophomore middle Quinn Evans, in her first start in the O'Keefe Gym, had a career-high 12 kills (hitting .440). See story and box score.

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