Khaalidah Miller scored 22 points and had five steals to help No. 8 Georgia beat St. Bonaventure 84-48 on Friday.
Tiara Griffin added 14 points as five Bulldogs (6-0) reached double figures.
Georgia got out to a 7-0 lead then extended that to 29-10 midway through the first half. By halftime, the lead had grown to 48-23, with four players scoring at least seven points, led by Griffin's nine.
St. Bonaventure had not given up more than 52 points on the season but the Bonnies could not handle Georgia's pressure, turning it over 24 times leading to 15 fastbreak points.
Nyla Rueter scored 10 points to lead the Bonnies (3-2).
The Bulldogs will face either New Mexico and North Texas on Saturday.