No. 24 Georgia Tech Cruises Past Army, 76-47

Jan. 2, 2010

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ATLANTA (AP) Alex Montgomery scored 21 points and Deja Foster had 12 points and 14 rebounds to lead No. 24 Georgia Tech to a 76-47 victory over Army on Saturday.

Georgia Tech (13-2) also got 12 points from Sasha Goodblett and 11 from Brigitte Ardossi in winning its eighth straight game.

Erin Anthony led Army (6-7) with 26 points and seven rebounds.

Army trailed early but rallied to tie it at 17-all. Georgia Tech went on a 20-6 run fueled by 10 points from Montgomery to lead 37-23 at halftime.


Army Head Coach Dave Magarity

Opening Statement

“I was really impressed with Georgia Tech’s size and athleticism. Their front line is just terrific. I thought we did a pretty good job against [Bridget] Ardossi, who I think is one of the best players in the ACC. Our problem was we gave Alex Montgomery way too many open looks. Our biggest problem has been that we hit a stretch where we just can’t score. We’re not very deep and we’re a young team.”

On Erin Anthony’s 26 point performance

“She is a preseason All-Patriot League player. She’s currently the leading rebounder and one of the top two scorers in the league. She’s had some big games for us and she is very capable, but she’s been banged up a lot. She had a really tough game against Oklahoma early this year.

“Honestly, comparing Oklahoma to Georgia Tech I think Georgia Tech is every bit as good. I really like Georgia Tech’s balance. I really like how they play together. They just keep coming at you. There’s not a big drop off when they go to the bench either.”


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