Tech will honor lone senior Asia Stawicka in her final game as a Jacket
Three Tech attackers garnered double-digit kills on the night
This weekend will be the final weekend of ACC play in 2011
Tech will play NC State live on RSN on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m.
Seven different Yellow Jackets netted a kill in the victory
Honors and Awards
2009, 2010 ACC All-Academic Team
2009 ACC Honor Roll
2010 Academic All-ACC
2010: Ranked ninth in the ACC hitting .335 and was fourth in blocking at 1.10 a set ... Despite missing half of her freshman season with an injury, the Warsaw, Poland native has cracked the Georgia Tech top 10 in total blocks and block assist ... In 2010, the middle blocker also averaged 0.50 digs and 0.10 service aces a set ... Had at least five blocks in a match 14 times, including a career-high nine in back-to-back matches against Georgia (9/11) and Clemson (9/17) ... Put down 11 kills and made four blocks in the final game of the season against Clemson (Nov. 26) ... Recorded 15 kills, five blocks and two digs against Virginia Tech and Virginia (Nov. 12-14) ... Recorded five kills, six blocks and a dig in win over Miami (Nov. 6) ... Tallied four kills and three blocks with a dig and service ace against Florida State (Nov. 5) ... Tallied a team-high five blocks to go with four kills and three digs against Duke (Oct. 30) ... Totaled seven kills with three blocks and a dig against Wake Forest (Oct. 29) ... Tallied six kills for a .455 hitting percentage to go along with four blocks, two digs, an assist and a service ace against Middle Tennessee State (Oct. 26) ... Registered a team-high five blocks to go along with eight kills and three digs against Boston College (Oct. 22) ... Recorded a team-high hitting percentage of .550 after tallying 12 kills against NC State (Oct. 17) ... Recorded nine kills and seven blocks against North Carolina (Oct. 15) ... Saw action in all three sets at #20 Florida State (Oct. 10) recording seven kills for a .333 hitting percentage, four blocks and a dig...Played in all five sets against Miami (Oct. 8), registering five kills for a .308 hitting percentage, four digs, and two blocks...Recorded a team best hitting percentage of .412 against Virginia Tech (Oct. 2) tallying eight kills while making three blocks ... Had the best hitting percentage on the team (.600) with an 11-for-15 effort against Virginia (Oct. 1) also recording five blocks ... Saw time in all three games against Wake Forest (Sept. 26) recording seven kills for a .462 hitting percentage and two blocks ... Notched nine kills and five blocks against Duke (Sept. 24) ... Saw action in all 11 sets at the Clemson Classic notching 21 kills for a team-high .385 hitting percentage, a team-best 20 blocks (four solo), two digs and one service ace ... Played in all 11 sets at the Bulldog Invitational leading the team in kill percentage (.393, 27 kills) while also adding two assists, two aces, and a team leading 13 blocks on the weekend ... Led all Yellow Jackets in blocks over the course of the weekend at the KSU Invitational notching 14 while also recording 21 kills (1.91/game) for a .280 hitting percentage, four service aces and five digs ... Led the team in blocks with 11 (2 solo, 9 assisted) at the Georgia Tech Courtyard Marriott Classic also registering 25 kills in 48 chances for a .417 hitting percentage.
2009: Started all 31 matches for the Yellow Jackets and appeared in every set on the season ... First on the team and seventh in the ACC with a .331 hitting percentage ... Was also tops on the team and fifth in the ACC with 1,09 blocks per set ... Fifth on the team with 189 kills and 1.63 a set ... Also added eight assists and 38 digs ... Hit over .400 in 14 matches, including a career-high .692 on nine kills and no errors against Georgia (8/28) ... Hit .667 with eight kills and no errors against Austin Peay (8/29) and also turned in a .625 (11 kills, one error) performance against Maryland (10/9) ... Posted a season-high 12 kills at Virginia (10/17) ... Had at least five total blocks in eight different matches, including a career-high 10 against Mississippi (9/12) ... Added nine total blocks including a career-best three solo ones at North Carolina (10/30) ... Had seven total blocks against both Austin Peay (8/29) and Ohio (9/5) ... Dished out a season-high two assists as well against Austin Peay (8/29).
2008: Started the first 19 matches of the season before suffering a season-ending elbow injury at NC State ... Hit a team-best .390 in her 71 sets ... Was the ACC leader in hitting percentage early in the year after hitting .500 or better in seven matches ... Posted 115 kills while averaging 1.62 kills per set in her first season on the Flats ... Also very effective on the block, averaging 1.08 blocks per set ... Finished second on the team with 77 total blocks despite missing the last 11 matches of the season ... Posted double figures in kills twice and tallied five or more blocks in nine of her 19 matches on the year ... Had 10 kills on 12 swings (.833) while posting four block assists in the Jackets' season-opening victory at Georgia (8/29) ... Tallied nine block assists in the Jackets' final match of the 2009 Bulldog Invitational ... Had eight kills and eight block assists in the Jackets' five-set loss to Michigan (9/7) ... Posted a season-high 12 kills while hitting .556 against Eastern Illinois (9/13) ... Tied her season high with nine block assists in a three-game sweep of Florida A&M at the Clemson Classic (9/19).
High School/Club: Played five years at middle blocker for coach Artur Wojcik with MOS Wola Warszawa ... Member of the UMKS MOS Wola Warszawa that finished in third place at the Polish Championships in 2007 ... The same junior team captured the regional championships in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... Her 2006 junior team advanced to the finals of the Polish Championships, while the 2005 and 2008 squads were semifinalists ... Named to the second league as a senior for AZS AWF Warszawa.
Personal: Joanna Marianna Stawicka is the daughter of Wojciech Stawicki and Jolanta Stawicka ... Goes by the nickname Asia (pronounced "Asha") ... Last name is pronounced Stah-veetz-kuh ... Born May 2, 1989 in Warsaw ... Management major at Georgia Tech ... Has an older brother named Wojciech ... Was forced to start playing volleyball in school at the age of 14 and originally hated it.