MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – The Georgia College volleyball program and head coach Gretchen Krumdieck had a busy early signing period, adding Kaitlyn Lattimer among others for the upcoming inaugural season.
“Kaitlyn is a great setter and will be able to push our hitters to run a quick-tempo offense,” said Krumdieck. “She also makes very good split-second decisions that will help our offense terminate.”
A native of Buford, Ga., Lattimer played volleyball at Mill Creek High for head coach Brian Williamson. A Preseason Super Six selection by the Gwinnett Daily Post, she has earned a spot on both the All-Area and All-County teams the past two seasons. The general for the Hawks, she snapped the school and county assist record with 919.
Lattimer plans to major in accounting.
Georgia College added volleyball as its 11th varsity sport last fall, set to begin play in the NCAA Division II Peach Belt Conference (PBC) in fall 2013.
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