GREAT MOMENTS

March 25, 1996
National Player of the Year Saudia Roundtree scored a career-high 37 points (including 26 in the second half) as No. 5 Georgia upset No. 1 Louisiana Tech 90-86 in the final of the NCAA Midwest Regional. The victory gave the Lady Bulldogs their second straight Final Four berth and punctuated Roundtree's stellar season.

March 21, 23 and 29, 1985
Georgia defeated UCLA, on its home floor, and Long Beach State to capture the NCAA West Regional and earn its second Final Four berth in three years. The Lady Bulldogs then dismantled Western Kentucky 91-78 to advance to the national championship game. Georgia's 1985 lineup featured one of the most talented groups in the history of women's basketball. Janet Harris, Teresa Edwards, Katrina McClain and Lisa O'Connor were all All-Americans during their careers at Georgia.

March 27, 1983
Upstart Georgia knocked off Tennessee 67-63 in South Bend, Indiana to earn the first Final Four berth in school history. After trailing 29-28 at the half, the Lady Dogs opened the second stanza with a 20-4 run, grabbing a lead they would never relinquish. Four-time All-American Janet Harris turned in one of the finest performances of her career, scoring 12 of Georgia's 20 points during the decisive opening moments of the second half.

March 25, 1995
What a comeback! The 12th-ranked Lady Bulldogs rolled past No. 2 Colorado in the final of the NCAA Midwest Regional to earn a Final Four berth. Though Colorado led for much of the contest, sophomore Kedra Holland caught fire in the closing moments and almost single-handedly dismantled the Lady Buffs. The Houston native scored 11 of her 15 points in the last 3:18 as Georgia turned a six-point deficit into a five-point lead.

January 8-25, 1996
Facing perhaps the most daunting stretch in school history, Andy Landers' Lady Bulldogs responded with five consecutive wins over Top 25 teams and, in the process, moved to the No. 1 position in both the Associated Press and CNN/USA Today polls. Georgia began the string with a 77-71 win over Tennessee on Monday, January 8 in Athens, snapping the Lady Vols' 43-game SEC regular-season winning streak. Four days later, the Lady Dogs knocked off No. 24 Auburn on the road. Three days later and with a national television (ESPN) audience looking on, Georgia defeated defending national champion and No. 3 Connecticut to end the Huskies' 44-game home winning streak at Gampel Pavilion. The following Saturday, the Lady Bulldogs won a 79-78 thriller over No. 10 Penn State in the Lady Lions' first game at the $55-million Bryce Jordan Center, leaving 12,093 Penn State partisans to go home unhappy. To cap the run, Saudia Roundtree notched her third career high in as many games, pouring in 32 points to lead Georgia to a 72-61 victory over No. 20 Florida at the O'Connell Center.

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