ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- Tasha Humphrey scored 22 points to lead No.
24 to a 68-56 win over stubborn Auburn.
Humphrey hit a pair of field goals with two minutes to go,
ending a field-goal scoring drought of better than nine minutes by
Georgia (20-7, 7-5 Southeastern Conference) to put away Auburn. The
Lady Tigers had trimmed a 21-point deficit down to six.
DeWanna Bonner led Auburn (18-9, 6-6 SEC) with 20 points, and
Sherell Hobbs added 14.
Auburn led 6-4 after Bonner's spin move with 17:12 showing. But
the Lady Dogs scored the next 18 points over an eight-minute
stretch, capped by Angel Robinson's jumper from the top of the
lane, making it 22-6 Georgia with 9:38 remaining in the half.
Georgia led 34-15 with 3:02 left in the half on Christy
Marshall's steal and layup but failed to score again in the half.
The Lady Tigers managed one field goal and four free throws to
close to within 34-21 at the half.
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