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Georgia Tech vs. Winthrop Game Notes

Nov. 13, 2009

Box Score

#2 Mo Bennett, Guard
– Registered career-highs with points (21) and steals (8) and tied a career high with seven rebounds
– Six of her steals came in her first half
– Her 21 points surpassed her previous high of 19 points achieved against UConn last season

#14 LaQuananisha Adams, Center
– Finished with a career-high 10 points
– Shot an impressive five-of-seven from the field

#32 Chelsea Regins, Forward
– Finished with a career-high in points (8) and rebounds (7)

Team
– Tech forced Winthrop into 27 turnovers and held the Eagles to only 21 percent shooting from the field
– The Jackets, who led the nation in steals the past two seasons, registered 17 steals
– Outrebounded Winthrop 47-34
– Tech moved to 19-4 (since 1978-79) when the season opener is played at Alexander Memorial Coliseum and 26-10 overall in season openers
– Tech is 7-0 under head coach MaChelle Joseph in season openers
– The Jackets are 70-22 under coach Joseph at the AMC
– This marked win No. 482 for the Yellow Jackets women’s basketball program

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