Tiaria Griffin scored 20 points Thursday night, and No. 16 Georgia returned from an 11-day layoff with no signs of rust in an easy 81-55 victory over Belmont.
Jasmine Hassell scored 17 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead No. 10 Georgia Sunday to a 70-38 rout of Belmont, her mother's alma mater.
Tournament-tested Georgia held the newcomers from Nashville to one field goal in the final 15:22 of an ugly 53-36 victory in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.