Jasmine Hassell scored 16 points and grabbed 16 rebounds as No. 13 Georgia defeated Florida 62-57 Sunday, ending a streak of nine wins by the home team in this Southeastern Conference series.
Jasmine Hassell scored 13 points and 10 different players scored for No. 14 Georgia as the Bulldogs beat Southeastern Conference-rival Florida 69-52 Sunday.
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Jennifer George finished with 15 points to pace Florida, and the Gators used an 8-3 run in the game's final 2:47 to upset Georgia (No. 15 ESPN/USA Today, No. 18 AP) 61-57 on Sunday.
Anne Marie Armstrong and Khaalidah Miller scored 19 points apiece to lead Georgia (No. 16 ESPN/USA Today, No. 19 AP) to a 61-55 win over Southeastern Conference rival Florida on Thursday night.
Florida 74, No. 22 Georgia 71
Steffi Sorensen tied a career high with 20 points, Jordan Jones scored 12 and Sharielle Smith added 11 points and Florida upset No. 20 Georgia 64-57 on Sunday.
Jasmine James scored 17 points and Angel Robinson added 12 points and 14 rebounds to help No. 8 Georgia remain unbeaten with a 61-52 victory over Florida on Sunday night.
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Porsha Phillips scored 20 points off the bench to lead Georgia to an 84-75 win over No. 17 Florida on Sunday in the regular-season finale for both teams.
Marshae Dotson scored 20 points, Sha Brooks added 15, and No. 19 Florida beat Georgia 61-45 on Sunday, ending a nine-game losing streak in the series.
Ashley Houts scored a career-high 25 points to help Georgia beat Florida 82-55 Thursday night, giving coach Andy Landers his 700th career win.
Tasha Humphrey scored 19 points and Ashley Houts added 16 to help Georgia beat Florida 77-54 on Sunday for the Gators' ninth straight loss.
Cori Chambers scored 23 points and Janese Hardrick added 19 to help No. 15 Georgia beat Florida 89-57 in the SEC opener for both teams Thursday night.
Carolyn Peck and fifth-seeded Florida might be the hottest team when the SEC tournament opens Thursday.
Tasha Humphrey scored 30 points and Sherill Baker added 15 and five steals to lead No. 15 Georgia to a 92-55 victory over 23rd-ranked Florida