NORFOLK, Va. - Gainesville High graduate Tasha Humphrey, a four-time all-Southeastern Conference first-teamer, led Georgia with 20 points and 10 rebounds but it wasn't enough for Georgia as it fell to North Carolina 80-66 in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Tuesday night.
A Georgia cheerleader was released from the hospital Monday, a day after she hit her head hard on the court during the women's NCAA tournament. Christine Conley sustained an injury consistent with a concussion and was discharged from Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, Georgia team physician Fred Reifsteck said Monday. Conley, a senior, is expected to make a full recovery. Reifsteck said the team trainer got to her within seconds and found her awake and alert.
NORFOLK, Va. - Tasha Humphrey made a go-ahead turnaround jumper with 58 seconds left and Ashley Houts hit eight free throws in the final 41 seconds as Georgia outlasted Iowa 67-61 on Sunday in the first round of the New Orleans regional.
April 03, 2008|
The Associated Press
Georgia senior Tasha Humphrey, a Gainesville High graduate, was named a first-team All SEC by the Associated Press on Tuesday for the fourth consecutive season. She becomes just the third womens basketball player in SEC history to become a consensus four-time All-SEC pick.