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After hiring former Florida head coach Mike White and former University of Central Florida head coach Katie Abrahamson-Henderson, both Georgia basketball programs have experienced significant turnover.

Here are all the player and staff changes on both Georgia basketball teams so far this offseason as of April 19.

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Georgia women’s basketball was eliminated from the SEC tournament in its first game of the postseason, as No. 11 seed Alabama defeated the No. 6 seed Bulldogs 74-62. The Bulldogs fell to 20-9 this season with the loss and will now begin preparing for the NCAA tournament.

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In spite of the rocky finish to the season, Georgia was able to win its final two games against Arkansas and Texas A&M, regaining momentum heading into the postseason.

The Bulldogs enter SEC Tournament play as the No. 6 seed and will play their first game of the tournament on Thursday night against Alabama.

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Bench scoring came once again to the rescue as the Georgia women’s basketball team secured a 63-62 road win against Arkansas on Thursday night. The Bulldogs improved to 18-9 on the season and 8-7 in the Southeastern conference with just one game remaining before tournament play.

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The No. 17 Georgia women’s basketball team suffered a 72-54 blowout loss Sunday afternoon to the No. 1 South Carolina. This latest defeat follows a failed comeback effort on the road at LSU and a heartbreaker at home against rivals Florida. The Bulldogs are now 17-7 on the season and 6-6 in the Southeastern Conference.

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In spite of a spirited second half comeback attempt, Georgia women’s basketball came up short against LSU, losing 73-67. The Bulldogs fall to 17-6 overall and 6-5 in conference play with the loss, while the Tigers improve to 20-4 overall and 8-3 in conference games.

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The No. 14 ranked Georgia women’s basketball team were defeated 54-51 Sunday afternoon by a surging Florida Gator squad. The Bulldogs now fall to 17-5 on the season and 6-4 in conference play, ranking them sixth in the SEC.

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No. 14 Georgia defeated Vanderbilt 71-56 on Thursday night. The Bulldogs improve to 17-4 with the victory while the Commodores fall to 12-11. Jenna Staiti led the Bulldogs in scoring with 16 points, while Que Morrison fought through a first half injury to score 15.