Hassell, Georgia women beat Mercer, 80-43By CHARLES ODUM, AP Sports Writer Tuesday, Dec 6, 2011
Led by Hassell’s play around the basket, Georgia outscored Mercer 52-6 in the paint.
Georgia (8-1) trailed 14-12 following a 3-pointer by Mercer’s Ry’van Buchanan, who had 13 points. Hassell had back-to-back baskets in the Lady Bulldogs’ 11-0 run.
Khaalidah Miller had 15 points and Anne Marie Armstrong added 12.
Precious Bridges had 11 points for Mercer (2-7).
The Lady Bulldogs had 14 steals, including four by Jasmine James, and outscored the Bear 26-3 in points off turnovers.
Mercer coach Susie Gardner played for Andy Landers at Georgia from 1983-86. Landers is in his 33rd season at Georgia.
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