Post-Georgia notes

March 7, 2009

Recap | Box Score | Quotes


Vanderbilt is now 22-8 overall, 11-4 in the Southeastern Conference.

The Commodores evened the all-time series in the SEC Tournament at 6-6 between the two teams.

Freshman guard Tia Gibbs notched a new career high by grabbing seven rebounds, surpassing her previous career high of six, accomplished twice this season.

Senior forward Christina Wirth’s 23 points led Vandy in scoring for the 14th time this season.

Wirth and junior guard Meredith Marsh each played all 40 minutes of today’s game for the Commodores.

Vanderbilt is now 38-24 all-time in the SEC Tournament, good for a .612 winning percentage, second best all time in the event. The 38 wins are third behind Tennessee (58) and Georgia (39).


Session 3 attendance: 3,386

Georgia is now 18-13 overall, 8-8 in the Southeastern Conference.

UGA is now 39-26 all-time in the SEC Tournament.

Junior forward Angel Robinson set a new career high with 29 points.

Robinson’s 29 was the highest point total for a UGA player this season and was the eighth time she led the Bulldogs in scoring this season.

Robinson recorded her ninth double-double of the year by grabbing 16 rebounds to go with her point total. She recorded a double-double in both of Georgia’s games in Little Rock.

Robinson was the only UGA player in double-figures.

The Bulldogs won the battles of rebounding (39-34), bench points (14-13), second chance points (17-8), and points in the paint (30-26)

Guards Angela Puleo and Ashley Houts each played all 40 minutes in today’s game.