Lady Bulldogs motivated by 2012 NCAA early exit
The Georgia Lady Bulldogs are motivated to avoid another early
exit from the NCAA tournament.
They’re still feeling the sting of last year’s rare first-round
loss to Marist. Georgia’s long tournament history includes 19 trips
to the round of 16.
Georgia is the No. 4 seed – just like last year – and plays
Montana on Saturday in Spokane, Wash.
Lady Bulldogs forward Jasmine Hassell says last year’s loss was
”heart-breaking because you’re so used to going to the Sweet
This is the Lady Bulldogs 19th straight NCAA tournament and
coach Andy Landers says any temptation to look past the first-round
game should have been ”self-corrected” by last year’s loss. It
was only the third time in the last decade Georgia didn’t reach the
round of 16.