ATLANTA, Ga. – The Clemson volleyball team fell on Wednesday afternoon in three sets to No. 14 Georgia Tech in O’Keefe Gymnasium (7-25, 19-25, 16-25). With the loss, Clemson drops to 12-17 (3-14 ACC), while Georgia Tech improves to 22-5 (13-4 ACC).
Sophomore Camryn Hannah led the charge for the Tigers with nine kills and one block assist for 9.5 points. Sophomore Colleen Finney followed closely behind her with eight points after finishing with six kills off 17 attacks to hit a team-high .294. Finney also picked up two block assists and the lone ace for Clemson. Graduate transfer Kaylee Martin added seven kills in the match to bring her career total to 1,861. Freshman Devan Taylor led the team with nine digs, while Mckenna Slavik had 18 assists and Ani Clark had two blocks.
As a team, the Tigers got off to a slow start offensively but were able to turn it around later in the match to hit .364 in the second set and .250 in the third to finish with 28 kills and hit .216.
Georgia Tech hit .430 as a team behind the 19-kill performance of Mariana Brambilla. Two additional Yellow Jackets finished with double-digit kills.
Clemson concludes the 2021 season on Saturday, Nov. 27 when the Tigers travel to Raleigh, N.C. to take on NC State at 1 p.m. inside James T. Valvano Arena.