The Georgia women’s basketball team earned its third win in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, since the 2000-01 season on Sunday afternoon with a 73-56 effort. LSU gave up more points to the Bulldogs than any other SEC rival this season.
Georgia women’s basketball lost to No. 16 Texas A&M 64-47 at home on Thursday. Leading by one point at half, the Bulldogs were outscored 4…
After coming off a win just less than a week ago against Alabama, Georgia couldn’t sustain its momentum when Texas A&M came into Athens.
A nail-biter in Stegeman Coliseum highlighted the blossoming junior class coach Joni Taylor calls her own. The 76-75 victory over Alabama show…
A crucial turnover by Alabama with 33 seconds remaining in overtime allowed the Georgia women’s basketball team to maintain its one-point lead and escape a scare in Stegeman Coliseum.
After a week of productivity and rest, the break is over and the Georgia women’s basketball team is ready to return to Stegeman on Sunday afternoon to take on the Alabama Crimson Tide.
The Georgia women’s basketball team currently sits with a 13-11 overall record heading into its matchup on Feb. 16 against Alabama. With five games remaining in the 2019-20 regular season, here are three takeaways from The Red & Black.
A sloppy offensive game forced Georgia to find new ways to win in 49-43 victory over the Florida Gators in Gainesville, Florida.
Georgia football signed its second No. 1 ranked recruiting class in three years. Both women’s and men’s basketball lost to SEC opponents, and softball won with ease on its opening weekend.
After closing an early score deficit, Georgia women’s basketball was up 49-48 at the beginning of the fourth period. In the first six minutes …
Gabby Connally departed in the second quarter, and Georgia’s early lead turned quickly into a 67-53 loss to Mississippi State in Starkville, Mississippi.
Georgia's second half comeback against No. 15 Texas A&M fell short after a couple of late free throws by the Aggies to seal the game.
Sunday, Jan. 26 wasn’t just any other Sunday. For the Georgia women’s basketball team, it was a day filled with pain, emotion and heartache.
The Georgia women’s basketball team is gearing up for its away game against Arkansas on Thursday, and that means a game that involves a lot of running and rotating the bench in and out.
The Georgia women's basketball team defeated Auburn 61-50 to break a three-game conference losing streak. Heading into a string of four straight ranked opponents for the Bulldogs, here are three takeaways from The Red & Black.
After a low-scoring first quarter, Georgia scored 23 points in the third quarter to pull away from Auburn and grab its second SEC win of the season.
After a full week of rest, Georgia prepares for its fifth SEC matchup of the 2019-20 season. After coming off its worst rebounding performance against Tennessee, meaningful improvements must be apparent against Auburn.