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Texas A&M vs. Georgia

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Freshman Chennedy Carter led the Aggies with 31 points scored and 4 assists

Georgia defeated Texas A&M 92-84 in overtime on Sunday afternoon in Reed Arena. 

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  • Head women’s basketball coach Gary Blair motivates his team during a timeout.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Junior Anriel Howard scored 14 points for the Aggies.

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  • Chennedy Carter shoots over three defenders.

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  • Senior Jasmine Lumpkin drives to the basket.

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  • Chennedy Carter made 11 of her 12 free throws.

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  • Senior Khaalia Hillsman was named the SEC player of the week.

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  • Junior Danni Williams was held to one point in the first half.

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  • The corps sways together before the game as the Aggie War Hymn plays.

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  • The Aggie Dance Team performs with the Hullabaloo band during a timeout.

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  • Texas A&M honored former Aggie athletes during halftime on Legend Day.

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  • Chennedy Carter averages the third most points-per-game in the SEC.

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  • Junior Danni Williams led the team with 45 minutes of playtime.

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  • Georgia’s Gabby Connally led the bulldogs with 37 points off the bench.

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  • Georgia had 12 blocks compared to Texas A&M’s two.

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  • Texas A&M was held to just three three-pointers against Georgia.

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  • Georgia made 12 three-pointers and Texas A&M made three

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  • Georgia scored 19 points in overtime, while Texas A&M scored 11.

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  • Georgia player Que Morrison celebrates the team’s victory over Texas A&M.

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