The Lady Bulldogs (12-2, 1-0) got 15 points from Anne Marie Armstrong and 12 apiece from Meredith Mitchell and Khaalidah Miller.
Sarah Watkins had 15 points for Arkansas (11-2, 0-1) and C’eira Ricketts added 14.
The Razorbacks built a 16-9 lead in the first 6 1/2 minutes. But after hitting eight of their first 15 field goals, the Razorbacks missed their next 13 shots from the field.
Georgia went on a 13-0 run to go up 23-18 on a tip-in by Mitchell with 5:10 left in the half.
The Lady Bulldogs took a 52-34 lead at 13:26 of the second half on Hassell’s turnaround jumper. Hassell’s three-point play at 5:16 gave Georgia its biggest lead at 66-46.
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- Brunner's late layup leads No. 10 Arizona St women past Utah
- No. 14 Princeton women take control early, beat Yale 67-49
- No. 6 Lady Vols beat slumping Georgia 70-59
- No. 19 Stanford women defeat No. 7 Oregon State 69-58
- No. 13 Kentucky women snap 3-game skid, beat Arkansas 56-51
- No. 4 Notre Dame women top Pitt 87-59, clinch share of ACC
- No. 5 Maryland beats Indiana 83-72 for 20th straight win
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- No. 12 Texas A&M loses Jones for season
- No. 2 South Carolina seeking steadiness after SEC crown
- No. 24 California women beat Oregon 74-59
- No. 8 Louisville cruises past Boston College 77-60
- Late 3 lifts Missouri women over No. 12 Texas A&M 70-69
- No. 25 Northwestern women wallop No. 20 Rutgers 80-60
- No. 9 Seminoles beat NC State 72-52