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Clemson 60

(7-16, 1-9 ACC)

(18) Georgia 88

(20-6, 8-3 SEC)

    3:20 PM ET, February 13, 2005

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    CLEM 32 2860
    #18UGA 44 4488

    Humphrey has 25 points, 11 rebounds

    DULUTH, Ga. (AP) -- Tasha Humphrey scored 25 points, and Cori Chambers added 22 to lead No. 18 Georgia to an 88-60 win over Clemson on Sunday.

    Humphrey, a freshman, also had 11 rebounds for her 11th double-double of the season, tops in the Southeastern Conference.

    Georgia improved to 20-6, marking the 21st time in 26 seasons that coach Andy Landers' teams have reached 20 victories. Landers' teams are 358-5 when scoring at least 81 points.

    Clemson (7-16) lost its 10th straight game, the previous nine coming against Atlantic Coast Conference opponents.

    Sherill Baker had a season-best seven steals for Georgia.

    The Lady Bulldogs improved to 11-5 against Clemson, including 3-0 at neutral sites. Arkansas beat Georgia Tech 71-59 in the first game of the SEC-ACC doubleheader.

    Reggie Maddox led Clemson with 18 points.

    The Tigers pulled within 13 at the 5:54 mark when Maxienne White hit an 8-foot runner off the glass.

    Chambers answered with consecutive 3-pointers from the left side before Humphrey hit a pair of free throws to make it 78-57 with 4:20 remaining.

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