Women's Basketball Heads to Atlanta to Take on Georgia State
Jan. 18, 2012
ATLANTA, Ga. - Old Dominion University is looking for its second Colonial Athletic Association road victory of the year as they take on Georgia State Thursday night in Atlanta.
Old Dominion (5-12, 2-3) is coming off an 81-68 loss to Hofstra while GSU lost at Drexel, 65-38 on Sunday.
Old Dominion led for the secondstraight game at halftime, butwas outscored 40-22 in the second half, falling 81-68 to Hofstra.
Tia Lewis led the Lady Monarchs with 27 points and nine rebounds. Lewis moved into 17th on the school's all-time scoring list and is now just five rebounds shy of becoming the seventh Lady Monarch to record 1,000 career rebounds.
Junior Jackie Cook scored the first eight points for ODU and finished with 15 for the game.
Georgia State is 6-10 overall and 0-5 in the CAA.
The Panthers have lost four-straight, starting with a loss to ODU on January 4.
The two schools have just two common opponents, both falling to Georgia Tech, ODU by 31 and GSU by 35, and both fell to Hofstra by 13.
Sophomore Kendra Long leads the team with 11.9 points per game. Chan Harris leads the team with 7.6 rebounds per game and is second in scoring at 9.6 per game.
ODU is back at the Ted Constant Center on Sunday, Jan. 22 when they host UNCW at 2 p.m.