Strong Second Half Sends Bobcat Women’s Hoops Past Georgia Southwestern, 76-63

Senior guard Brianna Davis
Senior guard Brianna Davis

AMERICUS, Ga. – Four double-digit scorers helped the Georgia College Women's Basketball team (6-5, 3-2 PBC) top Georgia Southwestern State University (4-5, 1-4 PBC) 76-63 Wednesday on the road.

Senior Alyah McGriff (Suwanee) led all scorers with 21 points, tying her season high, while fellow forwards Erin Drynan (Chicago, Illinois) and Ta'Asia Wright (Denmark, South Carolina) both posted double-doubles. Drynan had 15 points and 11 rebounds, while Wright added 11 points and 13 caroms. Guard Brianna Davis (Rockford, Illinois) added 14 points to the cause.

The Bobcats out-scored GSW 46-35 in the second half, taking a two-point halftime lead to double-digits by the 2:15 mark in the third quarter.

Georgia College out-shot GSW 43 percent (27-61) to 33 percent (23-69) from the field. The frontcourt helped the Bobcats dominate play, leading to a 40-24 lead in points in the paint.

Freshman guard Kenyatta Storms (Alpharetta) had a breakthrough game dishing out 10 assists, the first Bobcat to have double-digit assists since Karisma Boykin Feb. 2, 2011.

The Bobcats are back in action Saturday, Jan. 6 at 1:30 p.m., traveling to UNC Pembroke.

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