Kinesiology major earns Peach Belt accolades

Congratulations to senior kinesiology major Jordan Bickett (above, second from left) for being named to the Peach Belt Conference Volleyball All-Academic Team!

Bickett is the definition of a scholar-athlete, as she is also one of the undergraduate students participating in research and scholarship through the Augusta University Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (CURS), and presented with Dr. Graeme Connolly and fellow student Roderick Boldon Jr at the Georgia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (@GAHPHERD) Conference in Savannah.

As a junior, Bickett led the Jaguars with 33 service aces, 176 digs, and was fifth on the squad with 173 kills. She helped the Jags to a No. 10 regional ranking. This year, the Jags are 17-15 in conference play, and you can click here to view her individual stats.

Bickett is a native of Tallahassee, Fla.

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