After seeing off the men’s basketball team to New York City, Georgia Tech’s women also advanced to the WNIT semifinals with a win over the Crimson Tide.
Led by 16 points from Elo Edeferioka, the Jackets hit 50 percent of their field goals, and went 43.8 percent from beyond the arc. Antonia Peresson hit 3-of-5 threes, and joined Kaylan Pugh with a dozen points off the bench.
GEORGIA TECH IS HEADED TO THE WNIT SEMIFINALS!!
FINAL: Georgia Tech 76, Alabama 66 pic.twitter.com/ukVgWneu3u
— GTWBB (@GTWBB) March 26, 2017
Tech awaits the winner of Washington State and Iowa this afternoon to find out their opponent in the WNIT semifinal game.