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    SEC Volleyball Scoreboard: November 21

    volleyBALL RESULTS
    Georgia 3, Mississippi State 0
    Texas A&M 3, Tennessee 2
    Kentucky 3, Mizzou 0
    Ole Miss 3, Alabama 1
    Florida 3, Auburn 1
    Arkansas 3, LSU 1

    Georgia Sweeps Mississippi State

    ATHENS, Ga. – The University of Georgia volleyball team completed a season-sweep of Mississippi State with a 3-0 (25-18, 28-26, 25-20) win on Wednesday evening at the Ramsey Center. With the win, the Bulldogs improve to 14-15 on the season, including an 8-11 mark in Southeastern Conference play. Mississippi State falls to 4-24 overall and remains winless in the SEC at 0-19.
    “I’m proud of this group for coming out the way they did tonight,” said head coach Lizzy Stemke. “We’ve had a couple of tough games in a row here recently, so it felt good to be back at home. Overall, I think we did a nice job with our defense. Mississippi State played really hard, and I felt like we continued to put the pressure on them, even though they were frustrating us a little bit with their defense. That second game was huge, and I think it was a great confident booster for us.” 
    Brittany Northcutt, Tirah Le’au and Lauren Teknipp each finished with double-digit kills, with Le’au posting a team-best 12 kills and Northcutt and Teknipp each finishing with 11 kills. Teknipp was efficient at the net, finishing with a .435 attack percentage, while Le’au led the team for the third straight match and finished with a .370 attack percentage. Kaylee Kehoe and Maggie Baumert finished with 19 and 18 assists, respectively. Chloe Buckendahl picked up a match-high four service aces, while Jasmine Eatmon finished with two. Elena Perri led the team defensively, finishing with a match-high four blocks, including one solo block. Eatmon finished with three blocks, while Briana Bahr and Teknipp each finished with two blocks.
    Georgia and Mississippi State kept it close in the early points of set one, tying seven times before MSU took a 10-8 lead. UGA fought back to tie the set at 11, 12, 13 and 14 before taking advantage of an attack error to retake the lead at 15-14. With Georgia holding a 19-17 lead, a kill by Teknipp ignited a 5-0 run that put Georgia at set point at 24-17. UGA used the serve of Eatmon during the run and saw a kill by Teknipp, as well as a kill and a block by Perri. Northcutt sealed the 25-18 win with a kill. 
    UGA eased out to an early 9-4 lead in the second set with the help of a 4-0 run that included a pair of kills by Teknipp and a Buckendahl service ace. Holding a 12-10, Georgia scored a trio of points that put it up 15-10. MSU fought back into the set, using three-consecutive points to pull within two at 18-16. Eatmon ended the run with a service ace, but Mississippi State used a kill and a service ace to tie the score at 22. The teams tied at 23, 24 and 25 before Georgia took the final three points on a pair of kills by Northcutt and a Teknipp kill to win the second set 28-26. 
    As with the two previous sets, Georgia and Mississippi State kept it close in the early stages of the third set, until a kill by Brittany Northcutt sparked a 4-0 run that ended with three-straight Buckendahl service aces and forced Mississippi State to use a timeout. Following the break, MSU scored three-straight points to make it a 10-8 game. With Georgia holding a 13-9 lead, Mississippi State scored three-straight to pull within one at 13-12 and caused Georgia to call its first timeout of the set. Mississippi State kept the match close until a kill by Northcutt and an Eatmon ace extended Georgia’s lead to four at 20-16. The team’s traded points over the final four possessions until Le’au clinched the 25-20 win with a kill that allowed Georgia to claim the match 3-0.
    Georgia returns to action on Friday, Nov. 23 at 7 p.m., when it hosts the Florida Gators in the final regular-season match of the year. Fans are encouraged to get in their seats early, as Georgia will be honoring seniors Nicole Choi and Briana Bahr before the match. 

    Texas A&M Gets Big Win at Tennessee

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn.  – Texas A&M picked up its biggest win of the season, defeating defending Southeastern Conference champion and preseason league favorite Tennessee, 15-25, 25-22, 25-20, 27-29, 15-9, tonight at Thompson-Boling Arena.
    It was the eighth consecutive victory for the Aggies, who improve to 23-5 overall and 15-4 in SEC matches. Tennessee, which also entered the match riding a seven-match win streak, falls to 21-7, 14-5.
    Junior setter Allie Sawatzky dished out a career-high 66 assists as four A&M players posted double figures in kills. Alisia Kastmo led the Aggies with 18 kills, and Lindsey Miller pitched in a season-high 17 kills while hitting at a .593 clip. Tori Mellinger had 13 kills, and freshman Shelby Sullivan came off the bench to contribute a career-high 11 kills while hitting .494 in the win.
    The Aggies got off to a slow start and were out of sync in the opening set as Tennessee led the entire frame, outhitting the Aggies .387 to .077, to pull away for the 25-15 win.
    Unlike the first set, the second set turned into a back-and-forth battle that saw 15 ties and seven lead changes with the Aggies prevailing, 25-22. The Lady Vols held an 18-17 lead after notching two consecutive kills, but a service error and two kills by Kastmo gave the Aggies what was then their largest lead at 20-18. Tennessee called a timeout and came back with a kill and a block to tie the score at 20-20. Kastmo then got a kill, tipping the ball to the sideline, and Tennessee hit wide on the ensuing play to put A&M up 22-20 and force another Tennessee timeout.
    A&M had one of its season-high 12 service errors in the match and its third of the set coming out of the timeout, but Kastmo hammered a kill through the Tennessee block on the next play to put A&M up, 23-21. A&M had another crucial service error, but Kastmo tooled the block for a kill on the next play. She then had a well-placed tip attack from the back row, and the ball fell untouched to the center of the Tennessee court for the set-winning kill.
    Kastmo, who had three kills in the first set, posted seven kills in the second set and scored three of the last four points in the stanza for the 25-22 win that tied the match at 1-1.
    A&M jumped out to 5-0 lead to start the third set, including a dig by Sawatzky that fell in for a kill. The lucky play was an indicator of how the set would go, as the Aggies outhit the Lady Vols, .471 to .229 en route to the win. A&M continued to widen the gap and used a 3-0 run to build its largest lead at 18-11. The teams exchanged sideouts, with A&M’s Sierra Patrick also getting a dig to fall for a kill to put A&M up 22-15. The Lady Vols then got a kill and a stuff block to get within 22-17, but Kastmo countered with a cross-court kill to the back corner and Miller and Sawatzky followed with a block to put the Aggies at set point. Tennessee fought off three set points before Kastmo got a kill following an A&M timeout to clinch the win and give the Aggies a 2-1 lead in the match.
    Both teams fought off set points in the fourth set, which would have 17 ties and nine lead changes. Tennessee forged to a 17-12 advantage following a 7-1 run, but Miller had two blocks and two kills in a 5-0 surge by A&M that tied the score at 17-all. A&M would later regain the lead at 19-18 as Heather Reynolds made a play-saving dig that led to a Mellinger kill. The momentum quickly shifted back to Tennessee, however, as the Lady Vols scored six of the next seven points to be serving for the set, 24-20.
    Mellinger kept the Aggies alive, blasting a kill to a wide-open center court, and Kastmo followed with a tip kill. Tennessee then hit long, and an ace by Sawatzky knotted the score at 25-25. Tennessee went up, 26-25, but Kastmo tipped the ball in for a kill and Patrick followed with a kill that put A&M at set and match point. Tennessee rallied once again, getting two kills to take a 28-27 lead. A&M then hit long on the next play to give the Lady Vols a 29-27 win and force a decisive fifth set.
    Tennessee held a narrow 5-4 lead in the final stanza when Miller took over at the net, posting a kill on the slide attack which began a 6-1 run by the Aggies. Miller, who was five-for five in attack attempts and led A&M to a .318 to .095 hitting percentage in the set, had four kills and a block during the rally that put the Aggies up, 10-6. A&M hit wide on the next play, but Sullivan got a kill and Tennessee hit wide to put the Aggies ahead, 12-7. Tennessee put down a kill on an A&M overpass, but Sullivan answered with a kill to keep the five-point lead for the Aggies and force a Tennessee timeout. The Lady Vols got a kill coming out of the timeout, and A&M called its first timeout leading 13-9. Kastmo got a kill coming out the timeout, putting the Aggies at match point. Miller and Patrick then clinched the crucial victory with a block.
    A&M finished with a season-high 77 kills while hitting .282. Tennessee had 64 kills and hit .251 in the loss. The Lady Vols outblocked A&M, 13-10.
    Libero Megan Pendergast led A&M’s back row defense with a match-high 22 digs. Kastmo and Mellinger completed double-doubles as they finished with 12 digs each, and Reynolds had 11 digs.
    Miller led A&M and tied her season high with seven blocks and also led A&M players with a personal season-high 20.5 points.
    Kelsey Robinson led Tennessee with 18 kills.
    The Aggies conclude the regular season at Ole Miss, Friday at 7 p.m. at the Gillom Sports Center in Oxford, Miss. Free live audio of the match will be available at
    The 64-team NCAA Championship bracket will be announced Sunday, Nov. 25 at 3 p.m. on ESPNU.

    Kentucky's 48 Kills Propel Wildcats to Sweep of Mizzou

    COLUMBIA, Mo. - Kentucky logged 48 kills, eight service aces, 56 digs and five blocks in a dominating 3-0 (25-17, 25-22, 25-14) victory at Missouri on Wednesday night in front of 2,362 fans at the Hearnes Center. UK's serving resulted in eight service aces and constantly flustered the Tigers en route to an impressive win on the road.
    Kentucky improves to 19-10 overall on the year and 13-6 in Southeastern Conference action. Missouri drops to 19-11 and 10-9 in league play. UK will conclude its regular season on the road at Auburn on Friday. First serve is set for 4 p.m. ET.
    "I was really pleased with our transition game tonight," Kentucky coach Craig Skinner said. "I thought we executed really well on our first, second and third contacts as well as we have all year in that aspect. I'm proud of our effort and focus all the way through the match in a tough environment on the road."
    Senior Christine Hartmann directed the offense to the tune of 34 assists to accompany 11 digs for her second-consecutive double-double effort. Hartmann found five attackers for six or more kills on the night and registered five hammers of her own.
    Junior Whitney Billings posted a match-high 13 kills and led the team with four blocks in the match. Senior Ashley Frazier was the other UK attacker to reach double-figures with 11 kills marking her seventh-straight match with 10 or more kills. She posted her attacks on a .409 hitting percentage.
    Junior Alexandra Morgan tallied seven kills with sophomore Lauren O'Conner and freshman Kayla Tronick both firing for six apiece. 
    Senior Stephanie Klefot led a tremendous effort in the back-line for the Cats. Klefot had 13 digs with sophomore Jackie Napper picking up 11 and junior Jessi Greenberg adding eight.
    UK surged ahead 1-0 in the match opening with a 25-17 first set win. Kentucky had 17 kills on a match-high .361 hitting percentage to begin the night. Three different Wildcats logged four kills in the first frame.
    The Tigers began the scoring and the teams would exchange points back-and-forth until UK shook loose for a 4-0 run to garner a 12-8 advantage with Frazier igniting the run with a pair of aces. The lead would be all the Wildcats would need en route to a dominating opening set win capped off by consecutive kills from O'Conner and Billings.
    Kentucky prevailed in a tough-fought second set with a 25-22 win. UK totaled 13 kills on a .119 clip with the Tigers generating 13 kills on a .132 percentage. Frazier had four kills on .800 hitting to pace the Wildcat attack.
    A pair of blocks from the duo of Morgan and Billings gave Kentucky an early 3-1 edge. The home team fought back and knotted things at four beginning a string of exchanging points. The Wildcats then utilized an 9-5 run to earn a 20-15 edge with Tronick and Billings teaming up for a block to give the visitors its largest advantage of the stanza. Kentucky kept the pressure on and earned a 24-17 lead before the Tigers saved set point five times to make things interesting. Following a timeout, O'Conner smashed home a kill to give UK the 25-22 win and a 2-0 edge into the break.
    UK trailed early in the third frame as the Tigers came out firing. Three-straight kills from Hartmann, Frazier and Billings reclaimed the lead for Kentucky at 6-4 and the Wildcats never trailed again. Consecutive kills from Billings gave UK its largest lead of the set at 18-6 and never looked back. Morgan fired away from the clinching-point at 25-14.
    The Blue and White closed out the match with 18 kills on .286 hitting as Billings paced the attack with seven kills on .419 hitting for the final set. UK had 28 digs in the set led by seven from Klefot guiding the Cats to limiting Missouri to just seven kills on .071 hitting.
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    Ole Miss Gets Four-Set Win Over Bama on Senior Night

    OXFORD, Miss. – It was the seniors who rose to the occasion Wednesday night, as the Ole Miss volleyball team took down visiting Alabama 3-1 (25-21, 16-25, 25-20, 25-14) at the Gillom Sports Center on senior night.
    Senior libero Ashley Veach and senior setter Amanda Philpot each finished with double-doubles on the night. Veach recorded a team-high 23 digs to go with her career-high 11 assists, while Philpot finished with a team-high 41 assists and 12 digs. It was the first double-double of Veach’s career, and was the 12th this season for Philpot. Senior right side hitter Allegra Wells finished with a team-high 14 kills and three block assists in the victory.
    “Obviously, on senior night, the seniors stepped up and we came away with a good victory,” Ole Miss head coach Joe Getzin said. “On a senior night, for them to perform in front of their families always means a lot to them. I’m just really proud, and hopefully we can do that again Friday evening.”
    Ole Miss (12-16, 6-13 Southeastern Conference) finished with three players reaching double figures in kills, as freshman middle blocker Ty Laporte and junior outside hitter Kara Morgan each had 10 to join Wells in double figures. Senior outside hitter Kiley Sherman recorded a season-high tying six kills on a career-high .545 attacking percentage. Reigning SEC Freshman of the Week, Nakeyta Clair, had nine kills, two solo blocks and five block assists for the Rebels.
    Ole Miss led for much of the first set en route to winning 25-21. The Rebels were led in the opening frame by Philpot’s 12 assists and six digs, and Laporte’s five kills. Morgan tallied two of her team-high four service aces in the opening frame as well. Morgan now has 30 aces this season, the most ever by a Rebel in a single season during the rally scoring era.
    After falling in the second set 16-25, Ole Miss responded with a 25-20 victory in the third. The Rebels got five kills from Morgan in the third set, along with 10 assists from Philpot and five digs from Veach. As a team, Ole Miss hit at a .353 mark in the third set.
    It was all Rebels in the fourth set, as Ole Miss raced out to an early 10-4 lead and never let up en route to an emphatic 25-14 match-clinching set victory. Veach recorded nine digs in the final set to bring her total up to 23. It was the second consecutive match for Veach with at least 20 digs. Veach now has 447 digs this season, the second most in Ole Miss single-season history.
    Ole Miss honored eight seniors Wednesday night, including Ashley Anderson, Whitney Craven, Courtney Cunningham, Philpot, Sherman, Veach, Wells and manager Nick Quillen.
    Ole Miss will close out the 2012 season at home Friday with Texas A&M (23-5, 15-4 SEC), which is coming off a thrilling five-set victory at Tennessee Wednesday night. The match against the SEC West Champions will begin at 7 p.m. CT. Texas A&M is currently receiving votes in the latest AVCA Coaches’ Top 25, and is No. 18 in the latest NCAA RPI. During the match, Ole Miss will be hosting the second annual Black Friday Extravaganza, where fans can enter to win exciting prizes, including a 32-inch LCD HDTV.
    In its first matchup against the Aggies, Ole Miss lost 3-0 (25-21, 25-23, 25-16) in front of 1,981 fans at Reed Arena in College Station, Texas. Philpot had a double-double in the match, recording 28 assists and 12 digs, while had a team-high 12 kills.
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    Gators Pick Up 3-1 Win at Auburn

    AUBURN, Ala. -- The No. 15 Florida volleyball team (24-4,18-1 SEC) survived a feisty Auburn squad on Wednesday night, taking a 3-1 (25-23, 23-25, 25-9, 25-20) victory over the Tigers at the Student Activities Center.
    Florida was led offensively by junior middle blocker Chloe Mann (Gainesville, Fla.), who hit an errorless .560 with 14 kills on 25 swings to go along with a career-high eight blocks, including five in the third set alone. Mann hit above .500 for the 13th time this season and continues to lead the conference in hitting percentage (.436).
    Sophomore libero Taylor Unroe (Muncie, Ind.) led the backrow charge with 19 digs, averaging a whopping 4.75 digs/set. Unroe passed a near-perfect match on serve receive and set a new season high with six assists against the Tigers.
    “There was high level volleyball on both sides, as one would expect this late in the season,” Florida head coach Mary Wise said. “The defense that Auburn displayed and how gritty they are, our team had to match them both physically and emotionally. The difference in the match, in addition to our blocking, was the defense of Taylor Unroe.”
    Freshman phenom Živa Recek (Kočevje, Slovenia) turned in her ninth career double-double with 17 kills and 13 digs, while seniors Betsy Smith (Atlanta, Ga.) and Tangerine Wiggs (Seattle, Wash.) added seven and six kills, respectively.
    Sophomore defensive specialists Madison Monserez (Orlando, Fla.) and Holly Pole (Ocala, Fla.) turned in eight scoops apiece. Monserez and Pole were both responsible for sparking many scoring runs, as the Gators were aggressive behind the service line throughout the match.
    Junior setter Taylor Brauneis (Crystal Lake, Ill.) dished out 45 assists on the night, serving up a match-high three aces against the Tigers.
    Friday was the 18th time this season that a Gator opponent had been held to hitting less than .200 and the 11th time that Florida has turned in double-digit team blocks (11.0).
    Freshman outside hitters Berkley Whaley (St. Petersburg, Fla.) and Gabby Mallette (Orange Park, Fla.) combined for six kills on Wednesday in Mallette’s return to the court after missing three weeks due to illness.
    The teams battled to open the frame but Auburn held a slight advantage through the bulk of the set, using a 3-0 Tiger run to lead 8-6. After 21 straight sideouts between the teams, Florida was able to tie the set at 19-all behind the serve of Monserez. Recek used kills from Wiggs and Brauneis to pull within one, down 18-17. Recek slammed one through the seam of the Tiger block, sparking a 5-0 Gator run with Pole behind the service line, forcing an Auburn timeout with Florida leading 22-19. The Gators earned a set point off a Recek kill but Auburn scored two straight to force a Florida timeout at 24-23. The Orange and Blue went back to their bread and butter, as Recek nailed a kill off the block to give the first set to the Gators, 25-23.
    Auburn jumped out to a 5-1 lead in the second stanza before Florida settled and strung together four straight points with Pole behind the service line, tying the set at 5-all. A Mann-Recek block tied the frame at 8-8, and the Gators began to pull away courtesy of a Wiggs kill and ensuing Tiger attacking error. Kills by Recek and Mann put the Gators ahead, 17-14, forcing a Tiger timeout. The teams traded side outs and an Auburn attacking error forced the Tigers’ second timeout of the set with Florida leading 21-17. Auburn began to cut away at the Florida advantage, pulling within two at 22-20. Out of the break, Florida looked to halt the Auburn momentum with a Mallette kill but the Tigers scored five straight to tilt the frame Auburn’s way, 25-23.
    Florida came out on fire in the third, jumping out to a 6-0 lead behind the serve of Brauneis, who served up two aces in the streak. Recek then stepped behind the service line to get the Gators on a run of their own, scoring five straight to lead 11-3. An Unroe service ace forced a Tiger timeout with the Gators ahead, 13-3, and Florida continued to roll, as Brauneis and Mann stuffed an Auburn attack to go up 17-7. A Brauneis dumped kill gave the Gators a 19-8 lead and a Mann-Wiggs roof put Florida ahead, 21-8. Mann and Wiggs teamed up again for the stuff, this time on set point to give the Gators the third set victory, 25-9.
    The Gators got out to a 6-1 advantage in the fourth frame, forcing an Auburn timeout. A Smith-Wiggs stuff block put the Gators up, 8-5. After Auburn cut their deficit to two points at 11-9, Florida went on a 4-0 run to make it 15-9. A Brauneis-Smith roof got the Gators to the double-decade mark at 20-12, but Auburn rolled off four straight to cut UF's lead to 20-16, forcing a Gator timeout. Mallette slammed a kill down the line out of the break to halt the Tiger tear, and a Smith kill put the Gators within three of the match, 22-18. Auburn scored two straight but Florida didn’t falter, as Brauneis served up an ace to give the Gators match point, 24-20. Mann used an offspeed roll shot to put the match in the Gators’ hands, taking the fourth frame, 25-20.
    Florida will travel on the Thanksgiving holiday to Athens, Ga., as the Gators take on the Georgia Bulldogs at 7 p.m. ET on Friday night to close the 2012 regular season. The match between the Gators and the Bulldogs will air live on and can be accessed for free. Gator fans can listen live to Cory Stephens call the match live on ESPN 850/900.
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    Helm's Career-High 27 Digs Help Arkansas Past LSU in Four

    BATON ROUGE, La. – Behind a pair of double-double performances from Roslandy Acosta and Jasmine Norton, the University of Arkansas volleyball team registered a four-set win over LSU (25-22, 25-13, 23-25, 25-12) Wednesday evening in Baton Rouge, La. Norton finished the night with a match-high 15 kills and 10 digs, while Acosta totaled 11 kills and 12 digs. With the win, Arkansas improves to 22-8 overall and 13-6 in Southeastern Conference play.
    The Razorbacks’ win was the program’s first in Baton Rouge since the 2004 season. Amanda Anderson added 12 kills and a match-high five total blocks, while junior libero Emily Helm tallied a career-high 27 digs. The Razorbacks out-dug LSU, 73-59. Janeliss Torres-Lopez finished the match with seven kills on a .545 hitting percentage to go along with four total blocks. 
    “We knew we would have to be on top of our game tonight against a very good LSU team,” head coach Robert Pulliza said. “We prepared ourselves with the quick turnaround from Sunday’s match and it paid off tonight. I’m excited about where our team is right now.”
    With the score tied at 4-all in the first set, the Razorbacks won six of the next seven points to double up LSU (12-17, 8-12 SEC), 10-5. Arkansas kept the advantage with another surge of points—this time a 5-0 run—to push its lead to 16-8. Out of the Tigers’ second timeout, the Razorbacks maintained their lead and were the first to 20 after consecutive kill from Acosta.
    The Tigers began to rally back, pulling to within three before Norton thumped a shot down the line to bring Arkansas to match point at 24-20. LSU won the next two points but on the team’s third chance to close out the set, Anderson and Norton combined for a block to clinch the opener, 25-22.
    As was the case in the first set, the team played to an even start before the Razorbacks reeled off four of five points to take a 10-6 lead. The visitors extended their lead to 16-7 after an LSU attack error. Back-to-back miscues by the Tigers pushed the Arkansas lead to double-digits, 22-12. On the Razorbacks’ first set point, Torres-Lopez and Liz Fortado teamed up for the game-winning block.
    In the third set, LSU played with a lead for a majority of the set. With the Tigers leading 13-10, Arkansas put together a three-point run to pull even. During the stretch, the Razorbacks picked up a kill and service ace from Norton. However, the home team re-established its momentum and stretched its lead to 19-15 after a block. Arkansas pulled to within one on three occasions before LSU clinched the game, 25-23.
    The Razorbacks took an early 5-2 lead in the fourth set after a service ace from Ashley Vazquez. Santos tallied an ace of her own to give Arkansas an 8-4 lead and force LSU into its first timeout of the set. Holding on to a three-point lead, the Razorbacks rattled off the next seven points to take a 20-10 lead. Torres-Lopez and Kasey Heckelman combined for another block to give Arkansas a 23-12 lead. Two points later, an LSU attack landed out to secure the match.
    The Razorbacks close out their regular season Friday afternoon at South Carolina. First serve of the match is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. (CT) in Columbia, S.C. Arkansas leads the all-time series with the Gamecocks, 20-9 and has won eight of 13 on South Carolina’s home floor. The two teams last met in 2011, a straight-set win for the Razorbacks in South Carolina.
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