Georgia Tech won the first two sets, but then #8 North Carolina came roaring back as the Jackets fell 25-22, 25-18, 14-25, 15-25, 8-15 in Chapel Hill, NC Saturday evening.
The Tar Heel block came alive after the first two sets and held Tech to a .022 hit percentage (25 kills, 23 errors) over the last three. Tech hit .310 in the first two sets (33 kills, 11 errors).
Senior outside Teegan Van Gunst led the Jackets with 14 kills, hitting .136, with 15 digs to earn her 49th career double-double. Junior outside Gabriela Stavnetchei added 13 kills and senior rightside Annika Van Gunst banged out 12 kills.
Senior libero London Ackermann led the back row with 18 digs.