ATLANTA – The Georgia State volleyball team fell to conference foe Towson 3-0 in the 2012 season finale. With the loss, the Panthers end the regular season with a 4-20 record overall and a 2-10 mark in the Colonial Athletic Association while the Tigers improved to 23-3 overall and 10-0 in the conference.

Senior Jamiee Freeman was honored prior to Sunday’s match. The Decatur Ala., native ended her career ranked in the top 10 in school history in attacks, digs with 1,310, digs per set, and aces.

Freeman was one of three Panthers with seven kills Sunday as she joined sophomore Andrea Book, and Eliza Zachary. Freshman Sydney Hunsley led GSU with 11 kills on the day. Freeman also led the Panthers with 14 digs.

Freshman setter Natalia Nieto posted 32 assists and three services aces while Book led the panthers with two block assists and one solo block.

The Tigers took the first set 25-15 and the second set 25-14 to take a 2-0 lead. In the third set, GSU took an early lead and fought hard but fell to Towson 30-28.

Towson’s I’Isha Keliiikoa led all scorers with 13 kills on the day. Tiger setter Aubrey Kirven earned 48 assists and Marta Machos was a part of five block assists.

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