THE FLATS – Georgia Tech women’s basketball opens a two-game road swing on Sunday, making a trip to No. 24 Florida State. The Yellow Jackets and Seminoles tip at 2 p.m. on the ACC Network.
GEORGIA TECH (13-13, 4-11 ACC) at No. 24 FLORIDA STATE (21-7, 10-5 ACC)
Sunday, February 19, 2023 | 2 p.m. EST | Tallahassee, Fla. | Donald T. Tucker Center
TV: ACC Network | Watch Online
Play-by-Play: Jenn Hildreth | Analyst: Helen Williams
RADIO: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets App
Play-by-Play: Richard Musterer
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The Yellow Jackets snapped a three-game skid on Thursday, collecting a 63-55 victory over Wake Forest to split the series with the Demon Deacons this season. Kara Dunn recorded her second-straight 20-point outing, dropping a new career-high of 21 points. Tonie Morgan also added double-figures to the scoreboard with 15 points as Tech shot 43.1 percent from the field, including a 70.0 percent effort in the fourth quarter to help mute a late Deacs rally.
Florida State has dropped two of its last three meetings and comes off a win over Syracuse entering its final home game of the regular season on Sunday. The Seminoles have dropped only one game at home this season, falling to Louisville on Jan. 15, 82-75. Three Seminoles average double-figure numbers on the season, paced by freshman Ti’Niya Latson’s 21.8 points per game average. Latson leads the ACC in scoring individually this season.
Georgia Tech looks to avenge a loss to Florida State in the first meeting earlier this season. FSU took a 99-58 decision in McCamish Pavilion to move its advantage in the all-time series to 29-25. The series remains tied when competing in Tallahassee, 13-13, with Tech taking two of the last three meetings.
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