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Sep 14, 2021

Match Day Central: Georgia State

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Clemson vs. Georgia State

Who: Georgia State (3-6, Sun Belt)
When: Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 8 p.m. ET
Where: Jervey Gym
Live Stats:
Watch: ACC Network

The Clemson Volleyball program (4-3) is set to play four matches in the next five days, beginning Wednesday night as the Tigers take on Georgia State (3-6) at 8 p.m. in a televised contest on ACC Network. Clemson then hosts Rutgers, UNC Asheville and ETSU in the Big Orange Bash on Friday and Saturday.

Clemson Notes:

  • The 2021 season marks Clemson’s 45th as a program and first under the direction of current head coach Jackie Simpson Kirr.
  • Clemson is 3-0 this season when playing at home in Jervey Gym.
    • The Tigers have defeated Samford, N.C. A&T and Gardner-Webb.
  • In all three of the Tigers’ victories, Clemson has hit .250 or better in those matches. When Clemson hits below that threshold they are 0-2 this season.

Martin among nation’s best finishers

  • Graduate Kaylee Martin ranks 8th among active players in the NCAA with 1,616 career kills.
  • Martin spent three seasons at Illinois State and one at Northern Illinois, where she amassed 1,536 kills and 748 digs, and was a four-time all-conference performer. She is using an additional season granted by the NCAA due to COVID.
  • She leads Clemson with 80 kills this season.

Slavik closing in on milestones

  • Junior Setter Mckenna Slavik is set to become just the 11th setter in Clemson history with 2,000 career assists, and would do so in just her 56th match if she reaches 37 on Wednesday.
  • Slavik’s 9.53 assists/set career average is fifth in Clemson history.

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