Milwaukee vs. Georgia Tech final score: Yellow Jackets beat Panthers, 66-57, in Puerto Rico finale

Mark Dolejs-US PRESSWIRE

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets finished their time at the San Juan Shootout with a 66-57 win over the UW-Milwaukee Panthers on Saturday afternoon.

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets women's basketball team improved to 3-2 on the season with a 66-57 victory over the UW-Milwaukee Panthers on Saturday afternoon in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Dawnn Maye led Georgia Tech with 17 points in the victory and Tyaunna Marshall had a double-double, scoring 16 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Jasmine Blain came close to recording double-doubles on back-to-back days, scoring nine points and grabbing seven rebounds.

Despite a slow start, Georgia Tech went to halftime with a 32-26 lead. The Panthers would get within one point a number of times in the second half but could never overtake the Yellow Jackets, who closed out the nine-point victory.

It was the last game of the San Juan Shootout for head coach MaChelle Joseph and the Yellow Jackets. Georgia Tech will be back in action on Wednesday, Nov. 28, when they visit the No. 14 Purdue Boilermakers at 7 p.m. ET.

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