Volleyball came together as a team during the spring
Georgia Tech volleyball to get a measuring stick in today's spring volleyball tournament at O'Keefe
Former Jacket is currently playing professionally in Bratislava, Slovakia
Recently graduated outside hitter Bailey Hunter is on her way to Europe to play pro volleyball
A look back at the 2012 season
Get to know Georgia Tech volleyball senior Bailey Hunter a little better in this 2012 senior profile.
Honors and Awards
2012: Played in all 31 matches ... Tallied the second-most kills (383), kills per set (3.30 - sixth in the ACC) and digs (262) on the team ... Collected her 1,000th career kill against Jacksonville (Sept. 8) ... Recorded a career-best six aces against Cleveland State (Sept. 1) ... Logged a perfect 5-0 record against Georgia in her career ... Put up a career-best 15 digs in the season opener vs. Cal State Fullerton (Aug. 24) ... Recorded nine double-doubles ... Named MVP of the GT Courtyard Invite and the GT Courtyard Classic ... Selected to the Indiana Invite and Florida Challenge All-Tournament teams.
2011 (Redshirted): Played in seven games before receiving a medical redshirt ... Recorded a season-high 14 kills and 16.5 points against Kansas State at the Courtyard Classic (Aug. 26) ... Tallied eight kills and two digs against Houston Baptist (Sept. 3) at the Rice Invitational ... Logged 13 kills a dig and a solo block at Duke (Sept. 23) ... Played her final game of the season at Wake Forest (Sept. 24) recording eight kills, three digs and a block.
2010: Played in all 32 matches and was second on the team with 3.05 kills a set ... Hit .259 and had 366 total kills ... Was eighth in the league with 0.28 service aces per set ... Added 87 digs and 50 total blocks ... Had double-figure kills in 21 matches and posted a career-high 24 at Virginia Tech (10/2) ... Blasted 12 kills and five service aces in the final game of the season vs. Clemson (Nov. 26) ... Netted 22 kills, four aces, eight digs and two blocks in a weekend series with UNC and NC State (Nov. 19-21) ... Had an outstanding 18 kills against Miami (Nov. 6) ... Tallied 13 kills in back-to-back-to-back nights vs. MTSU (Oct. 26), at Wake Forest (Oct. 29) and Duke (Oct. 30) ... Notched nine kills with five digs and two blocks against Maryland (Oct. 23) ... Tallied a team-high 12 kills with three digs and two blocks against Boston College (Oct. 22) ... Notched 18 kills for a .485 hitting percentage along with two aces, two blocks and two digs against NC State (Oct. 17) ... Tallied 18 kills for a .316 hitting percentage against North Carolina (Oct. 15) to go along with two blocks ... Against No. 20 Florida State (Oct. 10), tallied eight kills for a .429 hitting percentage, six digs and six blocks ...Registered 16 kills for a .282 hitting percentage, five digs, a block and a service ace in five sets against Miami (Oct. 8) ... Notched a career-high 24 kills against Virginia Tech (Oct. 2) also tallying a .333 hitting percentage and two blocks ... Named to the Bulldog Invitational All-Tournament Team after playing in each of the 11 sets on the weekend at the Bulldog Invitational recording the second-most kills (42), second-highest hitting percentage (.340), six service aces and one block ... Played in all 11 sets at the KSU Invitational notching 21 kills (1.91/game), two assists, two service aces, six digs and a block on the weekend ... Played in all 11 sets at the Georgia Tech Courtyard Marriott Classic recording 29 kills averaging 2.64 per game, second among Georgia Tech players, while also recording five blocks and three service aces.
2009: Played in all 116 sets on the season and made 19 starts ... Ranked first on the team and sixth in the ACC averaging 3.28 kills a set ... Also added six assists, 16 service aces, 89 digs and 35 total blocks ... Went 19 straight matches at one point with at least 10 kills ... Posted first career double-double with a career-best 20 kills and 11 digs at Clemson (11/27) ... Had double-figure kills in 25 of the 31 matches ... Tallied 19 kills against both Clemson (9/11) and Southeast Missouri State (9/12) ... Recorded 17 kills against Miami (11/13) and another 16 vs. Northern Illinois (9/5) ... Hit a season-best .619 against North Carolina (9/27) with 13 kills and no errors ... Also had no errors to go along with 10 kills and a .500 attack percentage at Maryland (11/8) ... Recorded two aces apiece in matches against Clemson (9/11), Virginia (11/21), Duke (10/24) and Virginia (11/20) ... Tied career-high with four total blocks at Boston College (11/6).
2008: Tallied 100 kills in her 18 matches on the season, averaging 1.82 kills per set while hitting .258 ... Posted double figures in kills in each of her first three match appearances, including posting a season-high 13 while hitting .370 against Georgia State (8/31) in the Yellow Jackets' second match of the Bulldog Invitational ... Hit a season-best .615 with nine kills on 13 swings against Florida A&M (9/19) ... Hit .500 or better in four matches on the season ... Posted a season-high four total blocks against Maryland (11/22) and had three assists and three digs in the season finale vs. Clemson (11/28).
High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner and three-year captain for head volleyball coach Graham McCormick at Hendersonville High ... Also earned three letters in outdoor track, two letters in indoor track and basketball and one in soccer at Hendersonville ... Led Hendersonville to the North Carolina HSAA state title in 2005, 2006 and 2007 ... Three-time NCHSAA State Championship MVP (2005-07) and two-time Conference Female Athlete of the Year (2007 and 2008) ... Received PrepVolleyball.com All-America accolades in 2006 and 2007 ... A PrepVolleyball.com Top-50 Junior in 2006 and listed at No. 72 on PrepVolleyball.com's Senior Aces list ... Three-time Western Highlands Conference Player of the Year ... Four-time member of the all-conference volleyball team ... Set the school record with 1,711 kills in her career ... Became just the fourth player in her school history to have her jersey retired ... Finished in fourth place at the NCHSAA state championships in the 100-meter high hurdles in both 2006 and 2008 ... Three-time track MVP (1-outdoor, 2-indoor) at Hendersonville High ... 2007 Wendy's High School Heisman Nominee ... Helped her Piedmont Triad team to No. 32 national ranking in 2008 ... Piedmont Triad won the club division at the Colorado Crossroads National Qualifier in 2007 and captured the Monument Classic titles in 2007 and 2008 ... Led her team to the AAU Junior National Championship in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.
Personal: Bailey Livingston Hunter is the daughter of Randy and Alice Hunter ... Born Nov. 22, 1989 ... Has two siblings - David and Harrison ... Business management major ... Winner of the National Science Fair in high school ... Uncle Rutledge Livingston played football at Clemson from 1975-77 ... Cousin Robert Livingston played football at William & Mary (2007-09).