ATHENS, Ga. --- Four Lady Bulldogs recorded double-digit scoring efforts at No. 8 Georgia rolled over Furman, 83-47, on Wednesday night.
Khaalidah Miller led the quartet of double-digit scorers with 17 points, Jasmine James put up 15 points, Erika Ford notched a season-high 14 points and Anne Marie Armstrong tallied 12 points. Armstrong led Georgia (8-0) on the boards with a season-high seven rebounds.
"We're getting better, and that's what we want to do," said head coach Andy Landers. "It doesn't always happen, but we're actually getting better at transition basketball. Our wings at times got out very well tonight and we were able to advance the ball quickly. We even snuck a layup or two in that any team shouldn't get. I was pleased overall with our transition game and then in the half court the way we moved the basketball around."
Furman (3-2) also had players in double-digit points, as Brittany Hodges scored 15 points and Teshia Griswold posted 14 points.
Georgia plays its next game on the road against in-state rival Georgia Tech on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 2:00 p.m. Georgia Tech lost to Purdue 85-73 Wednesday night.
The Lady Bulldogs return to Stegeman Coliseum on Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 7:00 p.m. when they host Mercer.