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Tech Falls to Kansas in NCAA Tournament
Georgia Tech staged an early comeback against Kansas in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, but lost Friday 77-58 in Maples Pavilion. The Yellow Jackets close the 2021-22 season at 21-11 overall, marking the second 20-plus win campaign under head coach Nell Fortner in three seasons.Show More
Cubaj Repeats as ACC Defensive Player of the Year
After claiming the Defensive Player of the Year honor last year, Lorela Cubaj remains one of the league’s top defensive forces. She ranks second nationally and leads the league in defensive rebounds per game with 9.4 and total rebounds with 333, which ranks fifth in the country.Show More
Jackets Fall to Irish in Quarters
Digna Strautmane scored 12 points and Eylia Love added 11 for Georgia Tech, but Notre Dame shot 51.8 percent from the floor and made 10-of-27 three-point shots to defeat the Yellow Jackets, 71-53, Friday in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum.Show More
Yellow Jackets Top Demon Deacons, 64-56
Fueled by a double-double from Lorela Cubaj, No. 22 Georgia Tech women’s basketball (20-9, 11-7 ACC) concluded regular season play with a 64-56 victory at Wake Forest (14-15, 4-14 ACC). A total of four Yellow Jackets dropped double-figure scoring totals in LJVM Coliseum on Sunday.Show More
Jackets Fall in Overtime at FSU, 65-63
Three Yellow Jackets finished in double-figures, but it wasn’t enough as No. 22 Georgia Tech fell in overtime at Florida State Thursday night, 65-63. The Jackets, playing their third overtime game in four outings, were led by Lotta-Maj Lahtinen and Digna Strautmane each with 16 points.Show More
Offensive Struggles Plague Jackets in Loss
No. 16 Georgia Tech women’s basketball was never able to get on track offensively in a 51-39 loss to Miami (Fla.) on Sunday afternoon at McCamish Pavilion. Georgia Tech (19-8, 10-6 ACC) shot just 28.6% from the field (14-of-49) for the game including 18.8% from 3-point range (3-of-16).Show More
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