Georgia jumped out to a huge lead early against Belmont, and then coasted to an easy 70-38 win.
The Georgia Bulldogs had no trouble doing away with the Belmont Bruins on Sunday, winning 70-38. Belmont actually started the game with a 2-0 lead, but Georgia went on to score 31 of the next 33 points to put the game away in the first half. They also out-rebounded Belmont by a massive margin (51-28), and held them to a 28.6-percent shooting as a team. Georgia didn't exactly shoot the lights out at 39.7 percent, but it was more than enough to get the job done.
Jasmine Hassell led the Lady Dawgs with 17 points and 10 rebounds, and Jasmine James finished with 10 points. They were the only two Georgia players to finish with double-digit points, but every player on the roster scored at least two points and recorded at least one rebound.
Jordan Coleman led Belmont with nine points and 11 rebounds. Coleman transferred to Belmont from Vanderbilt last year.