Middle Blocker
Height: 6'1"
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Canton, Ga.
High School: Creekview
Experience: 1st Year


Academic Honors

  • Spring 2018 Dean's List
  • Fall 2017 Dean's List
  • Spring 2017 Dean's List


Played in all 29 matches and made 24 starts… Appeared in 87 of GSU’s 117 sets… Recorded 108 kills and ranked second on the team with 71 blocks on the season… Added 16 digs and two service aces… Was third on the team with a .203 hitting percentage… Notched a career high 12 kills while hitting .385 in a September 9th win over Chattanooga… Recorded a career high eight blocks and hit .357 in a win against Georgia Southern on November 8th… Accounted for double digit points on four occasions on the season... Finished the year with 147 total points.


Played in 23 matches and started in 17 of them for the Panthers ... Participated in 65 sets and totaled 51 kills ... Was second on the team in total blocks with 45 on the season including 40 block assists and five solo blocks ... Also compiled 12 digs and three assists ... Creger posted six kills versus William & Mary on Sept. 2 ... Recorded a season-high five block assists versus East Carolina on Sept. 17.


Four-year starter and three-year letterwinner at Creekview … Played middle blocker under head coach Abigail Jackson … Was her team's MVP her senior year … Made it to the state playoffs all three years on varsity and the sweet sixteen as a senior … Posted 178 blocks her senior year earning her 1st place all-time for blocks in a season in GHSA 5-A history …  Named to 1st team All-County and All-Area as a senior … Earned 2nd team All-County as a junior … Earned the scholar athlete award … Played two years of club volleyball with Prolink Atlanta and served as team captain … Helped the U18 club team earn its first bid at nationals … In 2014, played with the USA high performance A2 team and won gold.


Full name is Katelyn Elizabeth Creger … Born on Jan. 5, 1996 in Lansing Mich. … Parents are Drew and Gina Creger … Has a younger brother named Drew (16). Plans to go to med school and become a trauma surgeon.

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