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Lady Bulldogs beat Detroit
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Freshman Jasmine Hassell scored a career-high 14 points in No. 9 Georgia’s 66-42 win over Detroit on Tuesday night.

Meredith Mitchell and Ashley Houts added 12 apiece for Georgia (11-0), which shot just 32 percent from the field. Hassell hit six of her nine field goal attempts while the rest of the Bulldogs were 18-for-65 (28 percent).

Brigid Mulroy scored 14 for Detroit (1-9), which upset Georgia last year and considered it such a signature win that the photo of the scoreboard after that win is the front cover of this years media guide.

Trailing by two early on, Georgia used a 16-4 run to take a 20-10 lead with 9:27 remaining in the half. Detroit rallied back behind Demeisha Fambro and was only down 29-25 at the half.

Georgia ended any thoughts of a second straight upset win with a 13-4 spurt out of the half.

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