Kanna Suzuki scored 15 points to lead South Georgia Tech, while Esther Adenike and Houlfat Mahouchiza added 13 points apiece, to a first round win at the NJCAA National Championships.
The Lady Jets took down Motlow State 64-56 in Lubbock, TX Monday afternoon thanks to a hot start and finish.
SGTC led 16-6 after one quarter, but a Motlow rally left the Lady Jets trailing by three at intermission. But SGTC bounced back in the second, especially with a 22-13 edge in the fourth quarter to earn a first round win.
Up next for the Lady Jets is #2 seed Odessa Tuesday night.
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