2nd half Highlights:
Chancie Dunn's jumper with 3:23 to play completed a comeback to tie the game at 65-65 in front of her many friends and family in attendance. The Tigers held a 70-68 lead after Dixon converted on a basket and a foul. After a stop on D with 3.4 seconds to play, Gramlich got a look from about 30 feet just before time expired, but it sailed wide to send the game to OT.
1st Half Highlights:
It was a high-scoring affair as Georgia Tech goes into half with the 45-40 advantage. TEch shot .586 from the floor, but Clemson forced 12 turnovers and scored 16 points off those miscues.
The Tigers have been effective at driving the basketball and getting to the line. However, they converted on just 9-16 from the line.
Kaela Davis was big for the Jackets, scoring 17 in the first half behind four three-pointers.
Clemson's biggest highlight came from junior Nikki Dixon, who scored the 1,000th point of her career with 7:54 to play in the 1st half. The Tigers also got a big effort from Quinyotta Pettaway, who had ten points, her third straight game in double-figures.
Panoramic shot of the Tigers at shootaround. Shootaround done so on to the hotel to rest before pre-game meal. pic.twitter.com/0RXoSM7ZJQ— Clemson Lady Tigers (@ClemsonWBB) January 30, 2014
A little film before shootaround at McCamish.
The team has arrived in Atlanta. Watching film at GT now before shootaround at 1:00. pic.twitter.com/mEgR2rF80X— Clemson Lady Tigers (@ClemsonWBB) January 30, 2014
Rode up to Atlanta in style, and had study hall en route.
Snow delays travel to Atlanta so the team will travel down today on the day of the game. They will be riding in style pic.twitter.com/wGL1t1awL6— Clemson Lady Tigers (@ClemsonWBB) January 30, 2014
Went to IHop for breakfast before leaving for Atlanta.Usually head into town the night before, but with extreme weather on Wedensday, the team decided to travel Thursday morning.