Kiah Gillespie had 12 factors and 13 rebounds and No. 22 Florida Point out utilised a well balanced attack to pull absent from Georgia Tech for a 64-55 victory to near the normal period on Sunday.
Nausia Woolfolk was the prime scorer with 16 factors for the Seminoles (22-7, 10-6 Atlantic Coastline Conference), who outscored the Yellow Jackets (17-12, 7-9) 17-4 in the fourth quarter. Morgan Jones also had 12 factors, Valencia Myers had 11 and Nicki Ekhomu 10.
Inspite of the turmoil of the earlier couple of days when head coach MaChelle Joseph was put on go away with no explanation and two starters did not go with the group for Thursday’s 69-56 decline at No. 15 Miami, the short-handed Yellow Jackets led all through the second and third quarters and took a 51-47 guide into the fourth quarter right before jogging out of fuel.
Florida Point out scored the 1st 13 factors of the fourth quarter as Georgia Tech skipped its 1st seven shots and had eight turnovers right before Jasmine Carson’s layup with 1:27 remaining made it 60-53. The Seminoles pulled absent even with missing all their three 3-ideas and heading 6 of 14 from the field and 5 of 11 from the foul line in the past 10 minutes. The Yellow Jackets were being 2 of 12, missing all three of their 3-ideas and all four totally free throws.
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Carson led Tech with 14 factors, Elizabeth Balogun had 13, Lorela Cubaj 11 and Elizabeth Dixon 10. Kierra Fletcher and Francesca Pan skipped their second straight match, along with Joseph. Assistant Mike Simon was the guide coach yet again.