Georgia State volleyball's Celeste Friesen has been named second team All-Sun Belt as announced by the league this morning. It is the fourth time a Panther has been named to the all-conference team since rejoining the Sun Belt in 2013.
For the second time in just four days Georgia State volleyball defeated Georgia Southern in five sets (25-23, 25-18, 20-25, 18-25,15-10) ; this time led by sophomore outside hitter Morgan Hash. Hash finished the night with a career high 23 kills while hitting .381, along with two service aces and four digs
Fresh off Wednesday's five-set win in Statesboro, Georgia State will host Georgia Southern Saturday night with a chance to sweep the season series. The rivals will take to the court at the GSU Sports Arena at 6:00 p.m.
It wasn't easy, but nothing worth doing is. Georgia State grinded out a five set victory over in state rival Georgia Southern (20-25, 26-24, 25-20, 23-25,15-13) on Wednesday evening. The win kept GSU's postseason hopes alive, and gave the Panthers another half point in the Rivalry Series standings.
Georgia State volleyball will be in Statesboro Wednesday evening for their penultimate match of the regular season. The Panthers will host Georgia Southern on Saturday for the regular season's final match.
Georgia State volleyball fell to Appalachian State in four sets Saturday night at the GSU Sports Arena (25-18, 25-12, 23-25, 25-14). Sarah Renner recorded her 500th assist on the season during the match.
Sophomore Celeste Friesen etched her name into the Georgia State record books halfway through the third set of Georgia State's match against Coastal Carolina. The libero from Marietta recorded her 18th dig on the evening, which would be the 500th in her dig on the season. Friesen is now one of five Panthers to reach the 500-dig mark in a single season. GSU was unable to provide a win to go along with the milestone, falling to Coastal Carolina in three sets (25-18, 25-14, 25-14).
After two straight weekends on the road, Georgia State volleyball returns to the GSU Sports arena this weekend to face a pair of familiar foes. The Panthers will host Coastal Carolina on Friday night before battling Appalachian State on Saturday. Both matches have a 6:00 p.m. start time.
Georgia State volleyball lost a heartbreaking five-set match at Little Rock Saturday night (25-23, 15-25, 25-22, 17-25, 10-15). The Panthers will return home next week after playing their last four matches on the road.
Freshman Paige Etherington enjoyed a career night, but it fell in vain as Arkansas State defeated GSU in three sets, (14-25, 18-25, 17-25) Friday night. Georgia State has an opportunity to go 1-1 on the road trip as they battle Little Rock tomorrow night.
Georgia State volleyball is headed to the Natural State for a pair of matches against the Sun Belt's Arkansas schools this weekend. The Panthers will battle Arkansas State on Friday night, and get together with Little Rock on Saturday. Both matches are set for 7:30 EST starts.
Georgia State volleyball fell in straight sets to Texas State Saturday evening (25-10, 25-17, 25-8). GSU is now 2-8 in conference play. The Bobcats are 8-1 in conference and have not dropped a Sun Belt set since their conference opener on September 22nd.