| Clemson’s Krystal Scott, on floor left, fights for a loose ball against Georgia Tech’s Nina Barlin, front right, and Milli Martinez.|
(AP Photo/Patrick Collard)
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) – Chrissy Floyd scored 21 points and had six rebounds and three steals to lead Clemson to a 68-49 victory over Georgia Tech on Monday night.
Krystal Scott had 13 points and Maggie Slosser added 10 for the Lady Tigers (18-8, 9-6 Atlantic Coast Conference). Erin Batth, who scored only 4 points, had a game-high 12 rebounds and four assists for Clemson.
Georgia Tech (12-13, 3-11) was led by Jaime Kruppa with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Milli Martinez had 12 and Jasmina Pacariz added nine points for the Yellow Jackets.
The two teams were even for the first 12 minutes of the game. Georgia Tech cut Clemson’s lead to 19-18 on a shot by Kruppa with 8:02 left in the half. But Floyd scored five points and Marci Glenney’s drive for a score from the left side gave the Lady Tigers a 30-19 lead at 4:22 left in the half.
Clemson led 37-26 at the half.
The Lady Tigers outscored the Yellow Jackets 27-10 in the second half to take their largest lead of the game at 64-36 with 3:21 left.