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Jessica Tapp gets a kill against Pikeville. Photo by Jordan Alves
Jessica Tapp gets a kill against Pikeville. Photo by Jordan Alves
Volleyball - Thu, Nov. 10, 2016

Postseason play began for Georgetown College volleyball in Thursday's quarterfinals of the 2016 Mid-South Conference Tournament in Bowling Green, Ky. The No. 11 Tigers (28-6) had to weather a couple of rallies from a University of Pikeville team not ready to see its season end.

As the dust settled from set three, GC won 25-21, 25-20, 25-20.

"There is a reason it is survive and advance this time of year," said GC coach Nick Griffin. "No one is ready for a season to be over so they will fight with all they have. We knew coming in that Pikeville is feisty and solid defensively. We just had to find ways to score and make things happen."

Jenny Howell led with 11 kills and Sarah Bell had 32 of the team's 33 assists. Bell also had 11 digs, while Courtney Grafton led with 12.

GC returns to action 3:30 pm Friday against Campbellsville University in the semifinals.

All the action can be followed here: https://portal.stretchinternet.com/midsouthconf.




 

 
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