Georgia Volleyball to Host LSU, Texas A&M
Brittany Northcutt

Nov. 7, 2012

ATHENS, Ga. –The University of Georgia volleyball team is back in action on Friday, Nov. 9 and Sunday, Nov. 11 when it welcomes the LSU Tigers and the Texas A&M Aggies to the Ramsey Center. Friday’s match is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m., while Sunday’s match will begin at 2 p.m., and will be televised on CSS. Georgia enters the weekend with a 13-11 overall record and is 7-7 in the Southeastern Conference. LSU is 10-13 on the year and 6-8 in the SEC, while the Aggies own a 11-4 mark in league play and is 19-5 overall.

The Last Meeting
October 3, 2012
Baton Rouge, La.
Georgia Volleyball Grabs 3-2 Win Over LSU
In its first televised match of the season, the University of Georgia volleyball team used a dominating performance in the fifth set to seal a 3-2 (27-29, 26-24, 23-25, 25-23, 15-6) win over the LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge, La. With the win, Georgia improves to 9-6 overall, including a 3-3 mark in the Southeastern Conference. LSU falls to 6-10 on the season and 2-5 in league play.

Match Schedule
Friday, Nov. 9
Georgia vs. LSU – 7 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 11
Georgia vs. Texas A&M – 2 p.m.
Match Information
• Gametracker will be available at 

• Live audio will be available for free through GTV  

• Live video for Friday’s match will be available for free through GTV
• Sunday’s match will be televised on CSS
Quick Notes
Against LSU: LSU leads the all-time series 20-30, however Georgia won a 3-2 decision over the Tigers earlier this season in Baton Rouge. Brittany Northcutt lead the Bulldogs with 20 kills, while Briana Bahr added 19 in the five-set win.
Against Texas A&M: Sunday’s match against Texas A&M marks just the second time that a Georgia team has faced the SEC newcomer this season. The Aggies lead the all-time series 3-7, but the two teams have not faced off since 1999, when Georgia fell 3-0 to an Aggie team that was ranked 16th in the nation. The last Georgia win came in 1994 when Georgia handed Texas A&M a 3-1 loss.
 • A Look Back: After winning five of six SEC matches, the Bulldogs have lost three-straight SEC contests. After falling to Kentucky 3-2, the Bulldogs dropped a 3-0 decision to No. 13 Florida and a 3-1 decision to Auburn last weekend.
 • Aces: Georgia is 10-1 when it leads the match in aces. Kaylee Kehoe leads the team with 21 service aces for an average of 0.24 aces per set. Against Auburn, Georgia had three different players in Chloe Buckendahl, Kehoe and Allison Summers register two service aces.



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