No. 13 Georgia women cruise past Appalachian State
ATHENS, Ga. – Khaalidah Miller had 23 points and 11 rebounds, freshman Krista Donald added 22 points and No. 13 Georgia beat Appalachian State 81-37 on Thursday night.
Georgia (10-2) was able to let point guard Jasmine James rest her injured right knee. The Lady Bulldogs' second-leading scorer watched the game from the bench in a warmup.
Meredith Mitchell moved from swingman to point guard, and Erika Ford started in Mitchell's spot. But Mitchell left the game with blurred vision after getting poked in the eye late in the first half.
Miller took over at point guard and made it 38-19 early in the second half by stealing the ball from Raven Gary, scoring a fast-break layup and converting a three-point play.
Anna Freeman scored 14 points to lead Appalachian State (8-2).