Khaalidah Miller has 22 double-figure scoring games this season.
March 14, 2012
ATHENS, Ga. --- Georgia's Anne Marie Armstrong, Jasmine Hassell and Khaalidah Miller have been tabbed All-SEC by the Associated Press. Armstrong and Hassell were second-team selections, while Miller was an honorable mention choice.
Armstrong, a 6-3, junior from Norcross, Ga., was the Lady Bulldogs' leading scorer in SEC play, averaging 13.1 points per game. She also paces Georgia both overall and in league action in rebounding, assists, blocks and steals. In statistics for SEC games only, Armstrong was ranked among the league's top-10 individuals in a conference-high nine of 13 categories.
Hassell, a 6-2, junior from Lebanon, Tenn., is Georgia's leading scorer overall and ranks No. 7 in the SEC at 13.2 points per game. She has a team-high 23 double-figure scoring games and has led the Lady Bulldogs in scoring a team-high 11 times and in rebounding a team-best eight occasions. Hassell also ranks No. 11 nationally in field goal percentage at .542.
Miller, a 5-9, sophomore from Atlanta, averages 12.1 points overall and 11.1 points in SEC played. She has accounted for 67 of Georgia's 137 three-point field goals this season, 48.9 percent of the Lady Bulldogs successful shots from behind the arc. Miller's total of three-pointers made (67) and taken (191) rank No. 7 and No. 4, respectively, on UGA's single-season all-time leaders ledger.
Georgia opens NCAA Tournament play this Sunday when the fourth-seeded Lady Bulldogs face 13th-seeded Marist at noon in Tallahassee, Fla., in an ESPN2-televised matchup. The Lady Bulldogs will be making their 29th NCAA appearance, the second most of any program in the nation.
Also on Sunday, fifth-seeded St. Bonaventure will take on 12th-seeded Florida Gulf Coast in Tallahassee at approximately 2:30 p.m. Sunday's winners will face off on Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET for the right to advance to the "Sweet 16" in Raleigh.
All-session tickets for both days of competition are $30 adults and $20 youth and can be ordered online here or by calling 850-644-1830.