Danielle Adams had 23 points and 14 rebounds and
Texas A&M built a 31-point halftime lead on the way to a 79-38 win
over Georgia on Sunday and a spot in the NCAA regional final.
The Aggies are hoping for a fourth meeting with top-seeded
Baylor, which plays Wisconsin-Green Bay in the other Dallas
Texas A&M (30-5) led 13-0 and was up 27-2 with just under 10
minutes to play in the first half. The Aggies raced to the lead
thanks to a barrage of 3-pointers and stifling defense that limited
the Lady Bulldogs to a 1-for-14 start from the field.
The win gives Texas A&M its first 30-win season and puts the
Aggies in the regional final for the second time and first since
Jasmine James scored 10 points to lead Georgia (23-11).