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Teegan

Van Gunst

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Height: 6'0"
Year: Graduate
Hometown: Fayetteville, GA
High School: Whitewater High School
Other College: Georgia Tech

Bio

Academic Honors

Spring 2017 Dean's List

Fall 2017 Dean's List

2018

Participated in 34 of the team’s 36 matches… Earned a 22-12 record on the season playing in the number one flight… The 22 wins were fourth most on the team… Was 9-4 in the one position with Tiffany Creamer, and 13-8 in the top flight with Annika Van Gunst… With Creamer, defeated the number one pair from No. 4 Florida State on August 24th in straight sets… Defeated the number one pair from top ranked Pepperdine on March 18th with sister Annika… Finished with a 2-2 record in the CCSA Tournament.

2017

Transfered to Georgia State after four years of court volleyball at Georgia Tech. Represented Team USA in the 2017 University Games in Taipei. 

2016

Started all 32 matches for Georgia Tech... first team all-ACC...led the team with 507 kills...second on the team with 386 digs, and 27 service aces... became on of nine players in school history with 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs... 20 double-doubles on the season.

2015

Named first team all-ACC...led the team with 471 kills...recorded 20 double-doubles... 25 matches with 10+ kills and 23 matches of 10+ digs... twice named ACC player of the week (Sept. 7, Sept. 28)...led ACC in kills, kills per set, and points. 

2014

Started every set... led team with 392 kills...tallied 67 blocks and 312 digs... second on the team with 20 aces.

2013

Started all but one set as a true freshman... collected 83 kills and 189 digs.

Personal

Teegan Van Gunst is the daughter of Hauke and Kristi Van Gunst... born 2/17/1995... played with her twin sister, Teegan at Georgia Tech, and will continue to play with her at Georgia State... earned an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech... will pursue a career in Business Administration.

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