Georgia - TCU Game Notes
Dec. 18, 2012
Georgia Concludes Pre-Holiday Slate
No. 6 Georgia wraps up the pre-holiday portion of the 2012-13 campaign on Wednesday evening when it faces TCU in Fort Worth. The game will tip at 7:00 p.m. CENTRAL and will air regionally on FOX Sports Southwest and nationally on the FOX College Sports Channel.
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Head Coach: Andy Landers
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· UGA looks for its sixth 12-0 start during Andy Landers' 34 seasons at UGA
Keeping an eye on...entering the Lipscomb game:
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Series History With TCU
Georgia owns a 5-1 lead in its all-time series with TCU, including a 2-0 mark in Forth Worth.
Last time out...
The No. 6 Georgia Lady Bulldogs bettered their largest margin of victory this season in defeating Lipscomb, 93-42, Sunday at Stegeman Coliseum.
Longer Line Produced Record 3's
The foot added to the distance for the three-point shot in women's basketball -- from 19-feet, 9-inches to 20-feet, 9-inches -- at the start of the 2011-12 season didn't seem to concern Georgia or TCU a year ago.
Of starts and streaks...
The Lady Bulldogs' 11-0 record equals their sixth-best start ever and represents the 19th double-digit win streak in the program's history.
Only 8 Remain Undefeated
Georgia is one of just eight remaining undefeated Division I women's basketball teams during the 2012-13 season.
Lady Bulldogs hit "magic number"
Georgia has furthered one of the greatest statistical indicators in any sport four times this season.
The Lady Bulldogs put up 80 or more points against Savannah State, St. Bonaventure, Furman and Mercer...and in the process improved to 423-6 when reaching the 80-point plateau under Andy Landers.
That converts to an almost unfathomable winning percentage of .986013986. It also highlights the fact that Georgia has scored more than 80 points in over 50 percent of Landers' victories with the Lady Bulldogs.
UGA, James Top-10 Statistically
The Lady Bulldogs are among the nation's top-10 teams in five stats.
Hassell hits millennium as well
Jasmine Hassell scored her 1,000th career point against Savannah State.
Hassell became the 33rd UGA player to reach that plateau. She has since moved past Saudia Roundtree and Megan Darrah into the No. 31 position.
The former McDonald's and WBCA prep All-American from Wilson Central High in Lebanon, Tenn., has developed consistently throughout her career. She scored 211 (6.2 ppg) as a freshman, improved to 327 (9.6 ppg) points as a sophomore and bumped that up to a team-high 402 (13.0 ppg) as a junior.
A milestone in the making
Anne Marie Armstrong needs 141 points to become the third member of Georgia's senior class to reach 1,000.
To date, the only three classmates to top 1,000 career points for the Lady Bulldogs are 1997's La'Keshia Frett (No. 7 with 1,850 points), Tracy Henderson (No. 9 with 1,764) and Kedra Holland-Corn (No. 13 with 1,566).
Playing time being distributed
A year ago, six Lady Bulldogs averaged between 20.0 and 34.5 minutes per game. All told, five different players logged all 40 minutes of a game a combined 25 times.
This season, depth is allowing more equal distribution of playing time.
Nine Georgia players are averaging between 16.6 and 23.6 minutes played. Jasmine James leads the Lady Bulldogs in minutes played. By contrast, James averaged 35.4 mpg and played 24 minutes or more in 86 of 91 games played during her first three seasons at in Athens.
Freshmen garnering PT
Georgia's quartet of freshmen has logged significant minutes for the Lady Bulldogs from the get-go.
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