ATLANTA (AP) -- Jamie Mitchell and Chjioma Nnamaka scored 10
points each to lead a balanced attack that carried Georgia Tech's
women to a 54-38 victory over Tulsa on Sunday.
Tech (7-1) held Tulsa (6-2) to 26 percent from the field and
contained the Hurricanes' star, Jillian Robbins, who had only four
points in the first half when Tech bolted to a 24-12 lead. Robbins
finished with 13 points and also had 18 rebounds and seven blocked
The Hurricane closed to six points with an 8-2 run in the second
half, but Tech quickly stretched the advantage back to 12 points
before Tulsa again cut it to six on a 3-pointer by Tandem Mays with
7:19 to play. Tulsa got no closer.