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2020 Schedule
14-3, 2nd in ACC
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Penn State, Georgia Tech ready to begin new eras

Carolyn Kieger will try to reassert Penn State as a top program in an evolving Big Ten, while Nell Fortner is tasked with stabilizing Georgia Tech.

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Fortner leaves analyst job to coach Ga. Tech

Nell Fortner, who has a career college coaching record of 162-117 and coached the U.S. to the gold medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, is the new coach at Georgia Tech.

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Georgia Tech assistant backs out-on-leave Joseph

Yellow Jackets assistant coach Mark Simons spoke out in support of coach MaChelle Joseph, who was put on administrative leave on Feb. 27. "She's my friend. She's my boss and the reason I came to Tech," Simons said.


North Carolina women top Ga Tech in ACC 80-73

Leah Church scored 20 points and Jocelyn Jones had 14, both career-highs, and eighth-seeded North Carolina pulled away from ninth-seeded Georgia Tech 80-73 in a battle between short-handed teams in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament second round...


No. 15 Miami women win, Georgia Tech without head coach

Beatrice Mompremier picked up her 22nd double-double with 22 points and 16 rebounds Thursday night and No. 15 Miami rolled to a 69-56 win over Georgia Tech, which was playing its first game after coach MaChelle Joseph was suspended.


Cuane, Leslie help No. 8 Wolfpack stay unbeaten

Elissa Cunane scored 17 points, Kiara Leslie added 16 points and No. 8 North Carolina State remained the nation's lone unbeaten team in Division I with a 68-60 victory over Georgia Tech on Sunday.

Durr scores off the sweet backdoor pass (0:26)
Durr goes through the defender and scores (0:25)
Louisville gets the 3, then steals the ball away for a layup (0:40)

Georgia Tech women upset No. 14 Georgia 63-53

Lorela Cubaj had 13 points, seven rebounds and three blocks, Elizabeth Dixon had her second straight double-double and Georgia Tech upset No. 14 Georgia 63-53 on Sunday for just its sixth win in the 41-game series.